What does Sandor mean?
(male) Sansor, Sasdor, ..
(female) Sando, Sandorra, ..
How popular is Sandor?
Sandor is a rare given name for men but a very popular last name for all people (#15350 out of 150436, Top 10%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name history of Sandor for boys. Sandor entered the list in 1960-1969 and reached its peak position of #1970 in the U.S. then, but is not listed at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Popular related forms of Sandor are Alexander (#8 in recent rankings), Sanders, Sandro, Sandy, Xander (#211) and Zander (#246). These relations of Sandor reached the top of their popularity a decade ago (average #1219) and are almost as common today (#1209, down 7%), but with the version Sandy becoming less trendy. Alexander has been the most well-known version, although Zander appears to be gaining favor too.
Sandor is pronounced similarly to Sender. Other suggested similar names are Abnor, Amador, Andor, Baldor, Balfor (see Balfour), Conor, Gaynnor (see Gaynor), Halldor, Halvor, Isador, Izidor, Izydor (see Isidore), Lander, Lando, Landon▲, Landor, Mayor, Menor, Mynor, Nando, Naylor, Radnor, Ragnor, Randon, Raynor, Saadya, Sabr, Sachar, Saddler, Sadler, Said, Salton, Salvador, Samson▲, Sanborn, Sanbourn, Sancho, Sancos, Sandberg, Sandborn, Sandburg, Sandey, Sandford, Sandino, Sanditon, Sanford▼, Sansom, Sanson, Sansone, Santee, Santo, Santos▲, Saxon, Saxton, Seldon, Senior, Shadow, Shandon, Shandy, Shanon, Sior, Skylor, Snider, Snyder, Stanford, Stanton, Taybor, Taylor▼, Teador, Tedor, Teodor, Vander, Vidor and Wynfor. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sandor.