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What does Neander mean?

Neander Pronunciation of Neander [ne-an-der] as a boys' name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Neander is "new man". A Latinate translation of the German Neumann. Johann Neander was a ninth-century German theologian.

ASSOCIATED WITH greek, theologian (philosopher)


(male) Neaner, Nunder, ..

(female) Neandra, Neanne, ..

Neander Mack (N.M.), ..

How popular is Neander?

Neander is an unusual given name for males but a somewhat prominent last name for all people (#110523 out of 150436, Top 73%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Neander has yet to make it into the Top 2000 so far. (2015 BIRTH Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Neander name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Neander outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Alcander, Alexander, Alkander, Ander, Balder, Banner, Beacher, Beamer, Brander, Calder, Casander, Chandler, Cleander, Denver, Ender, Evander, Granger, Haider, Hayder, Heder, Heiner, Isander, Iskander, Jader, Keder, Kenner, Lander, Lanier, Leander, Leanther, Levander, Liander, Linder, Lysander, Nadeer, Nadeir, Nader, Nadir, Nagler, Naheer, Nailer, Nando, Nandy, Napier, Naseer, Naser, Neale, Nealle, Neper, Nester, Nezer, Nikander, Peder, Ranger, Rayder, Regner, Reiner, Reinier, Renier, Sander, Saunder, Seager, Sender, Sikander, Tanier, Tanner, Vander, Verner, Walder, Weaver, Werner, Wernher, Xander, Ysander (see Isandro) and Zander. These names tend to be more frequently used than Neander.

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