• Gender: Male
  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: One Who Is Freed

What is the meaning of the name Lysander?

The name Lysander is primarily a male name of Greek origin that means One Who Is Freed.

Lysander was an admiral who commanded the Spartan fleet which defeated the Athenians at Aegospotami in 405 BC. Lysander is also a
fictional character in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream.

People who like the name Lysander also like:

Gabriel, Oliver, Sebastian, Atticus, Liam, Leander, Jasper, Violet, Lorelei, Alice, Aurora, Lyra, Ophelia, Evangeline

Names like Lysander:

Legendary, Lisandro, Lysandra

Stats for the Name Lysander

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Potential drawbacks of using the name Lysander:

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1. Potential mispronunciation or misspelling due to its uncommon nature.
2. Difficulty in finding personalized items with the name Lysander.
3. Possible teasing or bullying from peers due to its uniqueness.
4. Cultural or linguistic barriers in certain regions where the name may be unfamiliar or difficult to pronounce.
5. Limited nickname options compared to more common names, which may affect personal preferences and social interactions.