What does Alissandre mean?
Alissandre [alis-san-dre] as a name for girls (also used as boys' name Alissandre) is a Greek and Old German name, and the meaning of the name Alissandre is "man's defender; noble". Alissandre is an alternate spelling of Alexandra (Greek): Latinate feminine variation of Alexander. Alissandre is also a derivative of Alix (Old German).
(female) Alesandre, ..
(male) Alissantair, .. Middle name pairings:
Alissandre Kaia (A.K.), ..
How popular is Alissandre?
Alissandre is an uncommon first name for women. Alissandre is an equally rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Alissandre (unlisted) are Alexandra (#101 from recent data), Alessandra (#276), Aleksandra (#1828), Alix and Alexsandra. Other variants, like Alesandare, are seldom used. These relations of Alissandre were popular as baby names in 1995 (adoption of 0.83%) and are now significantly less conventional (adoption 0.28%, ▼66.5%), with the form Alexandra falling out of fashion. Alessandra is the most fashionable name for newborns here. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Alandra, Alejanda, Alejandra▼, Alessandrina, Alexanda, Alexander, Alexandrea▼, Alexandrena, Alexandrene, Alexandria, Alexandrine, Alexanne, Alicinda (see Alcinda), Alisan, Alisann, Alisanne, Alison, Alisoun, Alissa▼, Alissah, Alisse, Alisson, Alisun, Alixandria, Allejandra, Allexandra, Allisann (see Alison), Allisanne (see Alison), Allisson▼, Allisunne (see Alice), Allysann (see Alison), Allysanne (see Alison), Alysan, Alysann (see Alison), Alysanne, Alyssandra, Alyxandra, Cassandra▼, Cassandre, Cassandrea, Cassandry, Corissande, Diandre, Elianore, Jessandra, Kassandra▼, Kassandre, Krisandra, Lisandra, Lissandrine, Lyssandra, Malisande, Malissande, Malyssandre (see Melisande), Melisande, Melisandra, Melisandre, Melissande, Melissandre and Melyssandre (see Melisande). These names tend to be more commonly used than Alissandre.See names in meaning and etymology.