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What does Zanndra mean?

Zanndra Pronunciation of Zanndra as a name for girls has its roots in Greek and Spanish, and Zanndra means "man's defender". Zanndra is an alternate spelling of Alexandra (Greek): Latinate feminine respelling of Alexander. Zanndra is also a variation of Zandra (Spanish).


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, defender


VARIANTS Zondra, Zohndra, Zahndra, Xandra, Sondra, Sohndra, Sanndra, Sandra

RELATIONS VIA ALEXANDRA, ZANDRA Alandra, Sanda, Zanda, Zandie, Zandy



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How popular is Zanndra?

Zanndra is an uncommon first name for women. Zanndra is also a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Alexandra (#125 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Sandra (#975), Sondra and Zandra are the prominent variation forms of Zanndra (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) ranked in the Top 2000. These forms of Zanndra were at the top of their popularity 8 decades ago (USAGE OF 1.89%) and are now much less conventional (USAGE 0.16%, DOWN 91.6%), with versions like Sandra becoming less stylish. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Alexandra, Sandra, Sondra, Zandra in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Alexandra, Sandra outside U.S.

Similar Names

Zanndra is pronounced similarly to Cyndra, Sahndra, Sandria, Sanndria, Sauhndra, Saundra, Sonndra and Xandria. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Alondra, Andra, Annora, Candra, Cantara, Casandra, Casondra, Chaundra, Deandra, Deondra, Diandra, Diondra, Dyandra, Jadra, Janevra (see Geneva), Janora, Jennara, Jeondra, Kalandra, Kanara, Kanarra, Kandra, Keandra, Kendra, Kenndra, Kiandra, Kindra, Kyndra, Landra, Lanora, Lasandra, Leondra, Nadra, Ondra, Onnora, Pandora, Pandra, Panndora (see Pandora), Sandera, Shanedra (see Sha-), Tunndra (see Tundra), Vannda (see Vanda), Vannora, Vanora, Vondra, Wannda (see Wanda), Zahara, Zaheera, Zahira, Zahna, Zahra, Zaina, Zaira, Zaneta, Zanetta, Zanita, Zanna, Zanne, Zannie, Zara, Zarinda, Zaviera, Zayda, Zayna, Zayra, Zenda and Zinara. These names tend to be more frequently used than Zanndra.

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