|Number in U.S||👶 24,000|
|Rate in 2021||737|
|Name origin||🌍 Greek|
Lexi is one of many forms of pets that developed from the female name Alexandra (such as Alexis, Alexa, Alex, and Lexie). Alexandra in turn is the feminine variant of the name Alexander, which is the Latin form of the Greek name "Alexandros". The meaning of the name is interpreted from the Greek "alexein" meaning "defend" plus "andros" which translates to "man, warrior" in a relational or possessive form. Hence the meaning: 'defender of men or humanity'. Alexander the Great was King of Macedonia in the 4th century BC.; that he would have a hard time finding a more legendary military general than this man. Although Alexander is an old name, the English-speaking counties did not adopt the female Latinate Alexandra until the late 19th century, when it was introduced by the Scandinavians and Eastern Europe, where the name was already in wide use. The name Lexie or Lexi did not become an independently given name until the late 20th century even though it had been in use as a nickname before that.
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