US Popularity:12000
Other Origin(s):Greek, Latin
Meaning:Man-lion; Elevate, lighten;
Not to be mistaken for the fragrant lavender blossom, Levander is an entirely different name in its own right and brings a boatload of charm. Levander’s roots span the Mediterranean to Norway as a Scandinavian surname, possibly taken from the place name Levene. Levander may derive from the Greek Leander, gifting the meaning of “man-lion” to your courageous little cub. Another potential ancestor is the Latin Levante, raising the bar with its meanings “elevate” or “lighten” in relation to the sunrise. Whether honoring northern lineage or in love with its gutsy and illuminating appeal, Levander is a handsome choice for the light of your life.

Levander Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 1993
- 1553
from 1992
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