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341 Alexandina Greek Defender of mankind. F
342 Alexandra English Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. F
343 Alexandra Greek A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
344 Alexandra Hungarian Defender of man. F
345 Alexandra Italian Defender of man. F
346 Alexandra Swedish Defender of man. F
347 Alexandrea English Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. F
348 Alexandrea Greek Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. F
349 Alexandria English Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. F

350 Alexandria Greek Variant of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
351 Alexandria Latin Defender of man. F
352 Alexandriana Latin Defender of man. F
353 Alexandrina English Feminine form of Greek Alexander meaning defender of man, common in Britain since early 13th century. Queen Victoria's first name was Alexandrina. F
354 Alexandrina Greek Variant of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
355 Alexandtea Latin Defender of man. F
356 Alexia English Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. F
357 Alexia Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender of men, helper. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. F
358 Alexina English Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. F
359 Alexina Greek 'Defender of mankind; helper; defender.' Variant of Alexander. F
360 Alexina Latin Defender of man. F