Sandra Baltazar in the US

  1. #885,201 Sandor Kovacs
  2. #885,202 Sandra Ambriz
  3. #885,203 Sandra Andre
  4. #885,204 Sandra Badillo
  5. #885,205 Sandra Baltazar
  6. #885,206 Sandra Baskin
  7. #885,207 Sandra Bocanegra
  8. #885,208 Sandra Bone
  9. #885,209 Sandra Boothe
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Meaning & Origins

Short form of Alessandra, the Italian form of Alexandra. A major influence in establishing this as a common given name in the English-speaking world was George Meredith's novel Sandra Belloni (1886), originally published as Emilia in England (1864); the heroine, Emilia Sandra Belloni, is a beautiful, passionate young singer.
35th in the U.S.
Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian (Baltazár), etc. It is derived from the Biblical personal names Balthazar and Belshazzar, which were originally distinct but by medieval times had come to be regarded as variants of a single name. The first is from Aramaic Balshatzar, Babylonian Baal tas-assar ‘may Baal preserve his life’, the second from Babylonian Baal shar-uzzur ‘may Baal protect the king’. The latter was borne by the Chaldean king for whom Daniel interpreted the writing on the wall (Daniel 5); the main reason for the popularity of the first in medieval Italy and Germany was that, according to legend, it was the name of one of the three Magi from the East who attended Christ's birth. His supposed relics were venerated at first in Milan, but after 1164 in Cologne, where they had been taken by Rainald of Dassel.
4,762nd in the U.S.

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