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Liander

What does Liander mean?

Liander Pronunciation of Liander [lian-der] as a name for boys is a Greek name, and the name Liander means "lion man". Liander is an alternate spelling of Leander (Greek).

Associated with: greek, lion.

Variations

Liander has 1 variant: Leandre.

5 more alternative forms via Leander: Ander, Leandrew, Leandro, Leanther and Liandro.

Creative forms:
(male) Landder, Luander, ..

(female) Liandes, Liandy, ..

Middle name pairings:
Liander Bronx (L.B.), ..

How popular is Liander?

Liander is an unusual first name for men. Liander is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Popular variation forms of Liander (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Ander (#1322 in recent rankings), Leander (#1979), Leandre and Leandro (#782). Other forms, like Leandrew, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Liander is at its peak today (median #1520), except for the form Leander which has become less stylish. Leandro is the most chic name for newborns here. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ander, Leander, Leandre, Leandro in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Liander and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Liander is pronounced similarly to Lander, Landor and Linder. Other recommended names are Alcander, Alkander, Balder, Banner, Brander, Calder, Chandler, Einer, Ender, Evander, Granger, Hayder, Isander, Iskander, Jader, Kidder, Laddey, Land, Landan, Landbert (see Lambert), Landen, Landers, Landin, Lando, Landon, Landry, Landyn, Lane, Langden, Lanier, Lawler, Lazer, Levander, Lind, Lindberg, Lindel, Linden, Lindlea (see Lindley), Lindlee, Lindly, Lindo, Lindon, Lindsy, Lindy, Linlea, Linlee, Linley, Linnie, Linsey, Lionnel, Lisandro, Lynden, Lysander, Miner, Nader, Neander, Nikander, Philander, Ranier, Rayder, Ridder, Sander, Saunder, Sender, Sikander, Tanner, Vander, Wilder, Winter, Xander, Ysander (see Isandro) and Zander. These names tend to be more commonly used than Liander.

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