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Forename Олександра

Around the globe, Олександра (Олександра Ukraine Russia Moldova Poland, Aleksandra Poland Serbia Uzbekistan Bosnia and Herzegovina, Oleksandra Poland United Kingdom United States Germany) is a very common girly first name. First name Олександра is habitual to Serbia, where it is a very common female name, Ukraine, where it is a common girly name, and Montenegro (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency it commonest in Ukraine, Serbia, and Poland. Very seldom, Олександра is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Олександра

name Алесандра, name Санни, name ألكساندرا, name Αλεξάνδρα, name Oleksandra, name Саша, name Alejandra, name Сандра, name Sanni, name Alex, name Алексаша, name Sandy, name Àlex, name أليكس, name Zandra, name Александра, name Александрс, name Aleksandra, name Sandie, name Sasha, name Alexándra, name Aleksandrs, name Aliaxandra, name Сэнди, name Alexandria, name אלכסנדרה, name Алехандра, name Sanda, name Санди, name Sandra, name Шура, name Olexandra, name Alessandra, name Petrovna, name Aliaksandra, name Lesja, name Алекс, name Lesya, name Аляксандра, name אלכס, name Леся, name אלכסנדריה, name Alexandra, name סנדרה, name סשה, name Alexandrea, name Lessja, name Санда, name Алессандра, name Олександра, name Alexandrowna, name Lesia, name Лэся, name Șandra
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Олександра Ukraine, Moldova, Poland, Russia
Aleksandra Uzbekistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Serbia
Olexandra, Oleksandra United States, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom

First name Олександра in the context

Олександра is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Alex Danvers , the fictional character, The Flash; Lexie Grey , the character from the television show Grey's Anatomy; Alex Dunphy , the character on American sitcom Modern Family; Alexandra DeWitt and Aleksandra Billewiczówna , character in The Deluge, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of Saint Alexandra Saint Alexandra Saint Alexandra Christian saint Emperor Diocletian's wife (b. 250) link
Alexandra of Egypt Coptic saint (b. 300) link
Alexandra Brachyslavna Grand Duchy of Vladimir (b. 1250) link
Alexandra of Pomerania (b. 1437) link
інакіня Аляксандра (b. 1452) link
picture of Олександра Радзивілл Олександра Радзивілл Олександра Радзивілл Wiśniowiecki (b. 1560) link
Izabela Aleksandra Wiśniowiecka Wiśniowiecki (b. 1559) link
picture of Constantia Alexandra von Cosel Constantia Alexandra von Cosel Constantia Alexandra von Cosel Saxonian-Danish noble woman, Electorate of Saxony (b. 1756) link
picture of Alexandra Andreevna Dietrichstein Alexandra Andreevna Dietrichstein Alexandra Andreevna Dietrichstein (b. 1775) link
Alexandra Rzevskaya Russian writer and poet, Russian Empire (b. 1740) link
picture of Alexandra Volkonskaya Alexandra Volkonskaya Alexandra Volkonskaya Russian Empire (b. 1804) link
Alexandra Alexewna Djakowa (b. 1759) link
picture of Новицька Олександра Миколаївна Новицька Олександра Миколаївна Новицька Олександра Миколаївна Russian Empire (b. 1845) link
picture of Princess Alexandra of Bavaria Princess Alexandra of Bavaria Princess Alexandra of Bavaria Bavarian princess, Germany (b. 1826) link
picture of Alexandra Orr Alexandra Orr Alexandra Orr English biographer, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1828) link
picture of Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg wife of Grand Duke Constantine Nikolaevich of Russia, Saxe-Altenburg (b. 1830) link
picture of Alexandra Frosterus-Såltin Alexandra Frosterus-Såltin Alexandra Frosterus-Såltin Finnish painter, Grand Duchy of Finland (b. 1837) link
picture of Alexandra Smirnoff Alexandra Smirnoff Alexandra Smirnoff pomologist, Finland (b. 1838) link
picture of Aleksandra Nikolajewna Jakobi Aleksandra Nikolajewna Jakobi Aleksandra Nikolajewna Jakobi editor, Russian Empire (b. 1841) link
picture of Alexandra of Denmark Alexandra of Denmark Alexandra of Denmark queen-empress consort as wife of Edward VII, Denmark (b. 1844) link
picture of Alexandra Alexandrova Romanov Alexandra Alexandrova Romanov Alexandra Alexandrova Romanov (b. 1836) link
picture of Alexandra Lindroos Alexandra Lindroos Alexandra Lindroos (b. 1844) link
picture of Alexandra Gripenberg Alexandra Gripenberg Alexandra Gripenberg Finnish social activist, author, editor, newspaper publisher, and elected politician, Grand Duchy of Finland (b. 1857) link
Милорадович Олександра Григорівна (b. 1830) link
Alexandra Ralli (b. 1801) link
Alexandra von Grünewaldt (b. 1801) link
picture of Alexandra Skoglund Alexandra Skoglund Alexandra Skoglund Women's rights activist, SE (b. 1862) link
picture of Alexandra Kitchin Alexandra Kitchin Alexandra Kitchin British model, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1864) link
picture of Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine German princess, Russian Grand Duchess, and canonized Holy Martyr elder sister of Alexandra Feodorovna, Grand Duchy of Hesse (b. 1864) link
picture of Louise, Princess Royal Louise, Princess Royal Louise, Princess Royal third child and eldest daughter of Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Alexandra of Denmark, United Kingdom (b. 1867) link
picture of Alexandra David-Néel Alexandra David-Néel Alexandra David-Néel French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, Taoist, anarchist and writer, France (b. 1868) link
picture of Princess Alexandra of Anhalt Princess Alexandra of Anhalt Princess Alexandra of Anhalt German noblewoman, Germany (b. 1868) link
picture of Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom fourth child and second daughter of Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark, United Kingdom (b. 1868) link
picture of Alexandra Ahnger Alexandra Ahnger Alexandra Ahnger Finland (b. 1859) link
Alexandra von Berckholtz German painter, Germany (b. 1821) link
picture of Alexe Altenkirch Alexe Altenkirch Alexe Altenkirch German designer and painter, Deutsches Reich (b. 1871) link
picture of Alexandra Thaulow Alexandra Thaulow Alexandra Thaulow Norway (b. 1862) link
picture of Любич-Парахоняк Олександра Іванівна Любич-Парахоняк Олександра Іванівна Любич-Парахоняк Олександра Іванівна (b. 1892) link
picture of Alexandra Feodorovna Alexandra Feodorovna Alexandra Feodorovna wife and consort of Nicholas II of Russia, Russian Empire (b. 1872) link
picture of Alexandra Chalmers Watson Alexandra Chalmers Watson Alexandra Chalmers Watson medical practitioner and head of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, British Raj (b. 1872) link
picture of Alexandra Avierino Alexandra Avierino Alexandra Avierino Lebanese journalist and poet, Egypt (b. 1872) link
Alexandra von Schubert (b. 1814) link
picture of Alexandra Georgette Christian Alexandra Georgette Christian Alexandra Georgette Christian (b. 1865) link
picture of Alexandra Harriet Paget Alexandra Harriet Paget Alexandra Harriet Paget (b. 1865) link
picture of Marika Stiernstedt Marika Stiernstedt Marika Stiernstedt Swedish writer, SE (b. 1875) link
Alexandra Ivanovna Nabokova (b. 1816) link
picture of Alexandra Ingier Alexandra Ingier Alexandra Ingier Norway (b. 1867) link
picture of Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha fourth child and third daughter of Alfred I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, Deutsches Reich (b. 1878) link
picture of Alexandra Rostovtseva Alexandra Rostovtseva Alexandra Rostovtseva (b. 1872) link
Alexandra Prinzessin Galitzin (b. 1823) link
Alexandra Alexandrovna Golitsyna (b. 1823) link
Alexandra von Saß (b. 1823) link
Alexandra Iwanowna Kolosova actor, Russian Empire (b. 1834) link
picture of Alexandra Carlisle Alexandra Carlisle Alexandra Carlisle actor (b. 1886) link
picture of Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg Prussian princess, Germany (b. 1887) link
Віламова Олександра Іллівна акторка (b. 1867) link
Alexandra Jegorowna E. Makouskaia Russian School artist (b. 1837) link
picture of Louise Mountbatten Louise Mountbatten Louise Mountbatten Queen consort of Sweden, United Kingdom (b. 1889) link
Alexandra Josifowna (b. 1830) link
Alexandra Savander (b. 1830) link
picture of Princess Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife Princess Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife Princess Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife British princess elder daughter of Louise, Princess Royal, and Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife, United Kingdom (b. 1891) link
Grand Duchess Alexandra Mikhailovna of Russia (b. 1831) link
Alexandra de Benardaky (b. 1832) link
Alexandra de Choiseul-Gouffier France (b. 1832) link
picture of Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk British princess youngest child of Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife, and Louise, Princess Royal, United Kingdom (b. 1893) link
Alexandra Gräfin von Brandenburg (b. 1834) link
picture of Alexandra Wolff Stomersee Alexandra Wolff Stomersee Alexandra Wolff Stomersee Latvian psychoanalyst, psychiatrist and psychologist, Latvia (b. 1894) link
Alexandra von Boetticher (b. 1835) link
picture of Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood member of the British Royal Family, daughter of King George V and Queen Mary, United Kingdom (b. 1897) link
Alexandra von Munthe af Morgenstierne Norway (b. 1838) link
picture of Princess Marie Melita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg Princess Marie Melita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg Princess Marie Melita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg German noblewoman, Germany (b. 1899) link
Alexandra Annenkov Nicolas Annenkov's daughter (b. 1849) link
Alexandra Ivanovna Krol (b. 1841) link
Alexandra Ralli (b. 1841) link
picture of Alexandra Adler Alexandra Adler Alexandra Adler neurologist, Austria (b. 1901) link
picture of Alexandra Schepisi Alexandra Schepisi Alexandra Schepisi Australian actress, Australia (b. 1901) link
picture of Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden Princess and Landgravine of Hesse, Deutsches Reich (b. 1902) link
Alexandra Greenlaw Hamilton botanist (b. 1852) link
Alexandra Freiin von Schleinitz (b. 1842) link
Princess Alexandra zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst (b. 1844) link
Alexandra Alexandrovna Abaza 1855-1894 (b. 1855) link
picture of Alexandra Voronin Alexandra Voronin Alexandra Voronin Vidkun Quisling's first wife (b. 1905) link
Alexandra Julia Strasburger (b. 1847) link
picture of Alexandra Hasluck Alexandra Hasluck Alexandra Hasluck Australian historian, Australia (b. 1908) link
Alexandra Nikolaevna Amfiteatrova-Levitskaya opera singer (b. 1858) link
picture of Aleksandra Gladun Aleksandra Gladun Aleksandra Gladun Russian painter, Soviet Union (b. 1908) link
Гвоздецька Олександра Андріївна (b. 1879) link
Alexandra Cancrine (b. 1850) link
Alexandra Schmitt German actress, Deutsches Reich (b. 1861) link
Герцик Олександра Олексіївна акторка (b. 1892) link
Beata Alexandra Lundqvist actor (b. 1862) link
Alexandra Franke holocaust victim, b. 1863-03-31 (b. 1863) link
Alexandra Catharine Dyce Stewart 1863-1928 (b. 1863) link
Эйлер Александра Яколевна (b. 1853) link
Alexandra Felixovna Soumarokoff-Elston 1863-1936 (b. 1863) link
Alexandra Prinzessin zu Ysenburg-Büdingen und Wachtersbach (b. 1855) link
picture of Alexandra Machrovskaya Alexandra Machrovskaya Alexandra Machrovskaya architect, Soviet Union (b. 1917) link
Αλεξάνδρα Παπαδοπούλου Ελληνίδα λογία, διηγηματογράφος και παιδαγωγός, Ottoman Empire (b. 1867) link
Дучинская Александра Тимофеевна Russian Empire (b. 1858) link
Alexandra Baronin von Fircks (b. 1858) link

Characteristic surnames

Мельник, Гуменюк, Ткаченко, Кійченко, Бондаренко, Шевчук, Гах, Попова, and Орлова