What does Shandra mean?
Shandra /shan-dra/ as a girls' name is pronounced SHAHN-drah. It is of English origin. Variant of Sandra. Also possibly short form of Killashandra (Irish) "church of the fortress" or a variant of Chandra (Sanskrit) "of the moon".
Related girl name: Shan-.
Shandra has 24 relations via Chandra, Sandra: Candra, Chanda▼, Chandara, Chandria, Chandrika, Chandy, Chaundra, Sahndra, Sanda, Sandee, Sandi▼, Sandie, Sandreea, Sandria, Sandrina, Sandy▼, Sanndra, Sanndria, Sauhndra, Saundra▼, Sohndra, Sondra▼, Sonndra and Zandra.Kreatif forms:
(female) Shadra, Swandra, ..
(male) Shaners, Shanry, ..
How popular is Shandra?
Shandra is a very popular first name for women (#2003 out of 4276, Top 47%) and a slightly less popular last name for all people (#108734 out of 150436, Top 72%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Shandra for girls. Shandra entered the list in 1960-1969 and reached its highest position of #1110 in the U.S. during 1970-1979, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Sandra (#800 via latest list), Sandy (#1638), Saundra, Sondra, Zandra, Sandie, Chanda, Chandra, Sandee, Sandi and Candra are the popular related forms of Shandra rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Sohndra, are uncommon. These relations of Shandra were at the height of their popularity during the years 1940-1949 (adoption of 2.98%) and have become significantly less conventional since (adoption 0.02%, ▼99.3%), with forms such as Sandi becoming somewhat dated.
Recommended names are Alandra, Chantra, Deandra, Diandra, Dyandra, Kandra, Keandra, Kiandra, Landra, Leandra, Pandra, Phadra, Phaedra, Phaidra, Sandera, Shadia, Shadira, Shadya, Shakira▼, Shamara, Shamira, Shana▼, Shanda▼, Shandea (see Shandy), Shandee, Shandel, Shandey, Shandeya (see Shaneika), Shandi, Shandie, Shandon, Shandy, Shanea, Shanedra (see Sha-), Shaneka, Shania▼, Shanika, Shanita, Shanna▼, Shannea, Shanta, Shara, Shaunda, Shawnda, Shayda, Shonda▼, Sintra, Tiandra and Xandra. These names tend to be less commonly used than Shandra.