Meaning: Master of Man Origin: Greek
Anaxandros is a form of the Greek name Anaxandridas. King Anaxandros (or Anaxander) was a King of Sparta and son of King Eurycratides. This name derives from root words:
androsOf a Man
You can shorten Anaxandros to some pretty suave alternatives like Anax, Arnie and Andy – even Nax would be stylish, fitting in nicely with Jax, Pax and Max (oooooh – a great sibset could be Anaxandros, called Nax, and Maccius, called Max! LOVE).
Similar names include Anaxagoras (Master of the Assemblage), Alexios (Defender), Ajax (Strong Eagle), Andronicus (Victory of Man), Archimedes (Master of Planning) and Apollinaris (Strong Healer).