Aleksej meaning and origin
Anomalous and Fresh boy name Aleksej is originated from Old Greek, used mainly in Slovenian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian languages, Aleksej means "Defender of Men or He Who Wards Off (Other) Men". Aleksej is Russian and Nordic form of Alexius.
Variants of AleksejNames that rhyme with Aleksej
Popularity of Aleksej
Aleksej is an uncommon baby name in Switzerland, in use since 1999, peaked in 2015 when it ranked 509th. Over 108 babies in Switzerland have been named Aleksej. The given name is a rare baby name in United States where it is still in use and also in England and Wales and also in Ireland. But Aleksej is a popular baby name in Russia where every 1 in 20000 have the name. At least, 10000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.
Aleksej in Nordic countries
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Here's what numbers has to say about Aleksej
When it comes to love, you are always attracted by people who are your total opposite. Once you put your charming smile on, everyone forgets about your flaws and mistakes and dreams of spending the rest of their life near you. You are a hard candy when it comes to romantic relationships. Open your eyes before it's too late and explore your options. When it comes to love, you can't stand a monogamous relationship.
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- Caster - Far-out Caster predominantly is used in English, meaning of Caster is "Beaver or From the Roman Camp" and a baby boy name is originated from Old Greek
Namesakes of Aleksej
- Aleksej Aleksandrov, chess grandmaster