Baby Names With Great Meanings

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 Baby Names With Great Meanings


The names Xander and Alister don’t sound like they have anything in common — at all. As it turns out, though, they’re actually both derived from the same name: Alexander. Can you see it now? Behind the Name explained what the Latinized version of the original Greek name (“Alexandros”) means. Essentially, it translates to “defend men,” or mankind. It is also said to mean “to help.”



While there are plenty of famous Alexanders, the one that probably instantly comes to your mind is Alexander the Great, the Macedonian king. Though, Alexander the Terrible may have been a more fitting name for this man. Naturally, the names Xander and Alister shouldn’t be discredited just because they’re variations of the ancient ruler’s name.  Todos los regalos y muestras gratis, promociones, productos gratis, cupones descuento, sorteos, concursos, ofertas España del 2022 Muestras gratis y regalos



There are also plenty of other Alexanders who have reclaimed the name — Alexander Pope the poet, the first United States Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, and, of course, Alexander Graham Bell, who famously invented the telephone. There’s also many modern-day Alexanders, like the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen and actor Alexander Skarsgård, that prove the name, and its derivatives, are perfectly fine — even great — to use.





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