A compound Greek name composed of the elements alexein (to defend, to help) and andros (man): hence, “defender or helper of mankind.” The name was borne by Alexander the Great (356—323 B.C.), a Macedonian king and military conqueror who helped spread the Greek culture across Asia Minor to Egypt and India.
Aleczander is baby boy name mainly popular in Christian religion and its main origin is . Aleczander name meanings is Defend, to help, helper of mankind. Other similar sounding names can be Alexander.