alexis B

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ALéXō > ÁLEXIS

This name derives from the Ancient Greek “aléxō ‎(ἀλέξω) Álexis (Ἄλεξις)”, meaning “keep off, turn aside, guard, protect, defend, help”. It was the name of several saints venerated by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches, including Saint Alexis of Rome, and of a Russian tsar, Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich of Russia. Aleksi, A Finnish variant, was the third most popular name for boys born in Finland in 2007. Alessia, an Italian feminine variant, was the second most common name for girls born in Italy in 2006.

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