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What does Sandero mean?

Sandero Pronunciation of Sandero as a boys' name has its root in Greek, and the meaning of the name Sandero is "man's defender, warrior". Sandero is an alternate spelling of Alexander (Greek).


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, defender, warrior


OTHER FORMS VIA ALEXANDER Sander, Sandie, Sandor, Sandro, Sandros, Sandy, Saunder, Saunders, Sikander, Xander, Zander, Zandro, Zandros



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How popular is Sandero?

Sandero is a rare given name for males. Sandero is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Alexander (#11 FROM RECENT DATA), Sandor, Sandro, Sandy, Xander (#171) and Zander (#259) are the popular varying forms of Sandero (NOT RANKED). Other variants, like Sandros, are seldom used. These forms of Sandero were at the top of their popularity in 2009 (AVERAGE #1089) and are almost as common today (#1073, DOWN 17.4%), but with the version Sandy becoming less in vogue. Xander and Zander are two of the more trendy birth names in this list. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Alexander, Sandor, Sandro, Sandy, Xander, Zander in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Andro, Antero, Candelaro, Candelero (see Candelario), Cordero, Damero, Galtero (see Gauthier), Guntero (see Gunther), Haviero (see Javier), Isandero, Isandro, Javiero, Lander, Landers, Leandro, Liandro, Raniero, Rayniero, Sabeeno, Saber, Saddler, Sadler, Saguaro, Sanborn, Sanburn, Sancho, Sanctio, Sandberg, Sandbergh (see Sandberg), Sandborn, Sandburg, Sanders, Sanderson, Sandey, Sandford, Sandfurd, Sandiago, Sandiego, Sandino, Sanditon, Sanford, Sanjiro, Sante, Santeago (see Santiago), Santee, Santigo, Santino, Santo, Sanzio, Saunderson, Saverio, Saviero, Sawyer, Sayer, Sayers, Sender, Severo, Shandey (see Shandy), Snider, Snyder, Speero, Spero, Spider, Spyder, Stanbery, Stanmere (see Stanmore), Tanjiro, Vander, Xandro and Ysandro (see Isandro). These names tend to be more commonly used than Sandero.

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