What does Zandra mean?
Zandra \z(a)-nd-ra, zan-dra\ as a girls' name is pronounced ZAHN-dra, ZAN-drah. It is of Spanish origin. Diminutive of Alexandra (Greek) "man's defender"; variant of Sandra. See also Xandra. Fashion designer Zandra Rhodes.
For more information, see also the related girl name Cassandra.
Zandra has 38 more different forms via Alexandra, Sandra, Xandra: Alandra, Alejandra▲, Alixandra, Alyxandra, Anda, Dzana, Lisandra, Lissandra, Sahndra, Sanda, Sande, Sandee, Sandi▼, Sandie, Sandra▼, Sandreea, Sandrella, Sandretta, Sandria, Sandrina, Sandrine, Sandy▼, Sandye, Sanndra, Sanndria, Sannie, Sasha▲, Sauhndra, Saundra▼, Shura, Sinisa, Sohndra, Sondra▼, Sonndra, Wysandria, Xandra, Xandria and Zanda.
Zandra is a very popular first name for females (#2065 out of 4276, Top 48%) but a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of Zandra and corresponding names. Alejandra (#446 the previous year), Alexandra (#92), Cassandra (#516), Sandi, Sandra (#800), Sandy, Sasha (#569), Saundra and Sondra are the prominent variation forms of Zandra (#unlisted). Adoption of these girl names reached its peak in the year 1990 and is now significantly lower, with the forms Sandi, Sandra, Sandy, Saundra and Sondra falling out of style. Alejandra (#446), Alexandra (#92), Cassandra (#516) and Sasha (#569) are four of the more fashionable names for newborns among these, with Alexandra having a revival in usage. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)