Alexsandra is a unique spelling variation of the classical Alexandra. Both of these, as implied, dates back to the ancient Greek names Alexander and Alexandros. Though never a top 1,000 name in America, Alexsandra is a popular baby name in Portuguese cultures.

Meaning of the name Alexsandra:

Greek: defender of the people

Origin of the name Alexsandra:

Alexsandra is a variation of the original Greek name Alexandra. It is the Portuguese variation of the name, popular in places like Brazil and Portugal. Both are the feminine forms of the name Alexander, coming from the ancient Greek Alexandros. It comes from the Greek root words “alexo” and “aner.”

Symbolism of the name Alexsandra:

The baby name Alexsandra means “defender of the people” because it has the same meaning as Alexandra and Alexander. The Greek root word “alexo” means “to defend,” and “aner” means “man.”

Style of the name Alexsandra:


Gender of the name Alexsandra:

Alexsandra is a feminine baby name.

Pronunciation of the name Alexsandra:

al-ig-ZAN-druh or a-leh-SHUN-dru

Number of syllables in the name Alexsandra:


Emotion evoked from the name Alexsandra:

Alexsandra is unique and bold. It is a powerful name for girls to realize their full potentials.

Alternative spellings for the name Alexsandra:

  • Alexandra 
  • Alecksandra
  • Alexanndra
  • Alexxandra
  • Alecksanndra
  • Alexandrya

Nicknames for the name Alexsandra:

Popularity of the name Alexsandra:

The baby name Alexsandra has never been a top 1,000 name in America. As of the latest records, it is number 16,883. As of 2020, the original spelling Alexandra is a top 200 name. In comparison, it is rank 137.

Related names for the name Alexsandra:

Great middle names for Alexsandra and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Alexsandra:

  • Alexsandra Wright (actress, “Baby Boy”)
  • Alexsandra Bailey (actress, “When It Rains”)
  • Alexssandra Kyle (author)

Alexsandras in popular culture: