- From Latin Alexander, from Ancient Greek Ἀλέξανδρος (Aléxandros), from ἀλέξω (aléxō, "I defend") + ἀνδρός (andrós), genitive of ἀνήρ (anēr, "man"). (Wiktionary)
“Although overwhelmed with too many subplots, THE ALEXANDER CIPHER is a terrific thriller that cleverly interweaves historical tidbits of Ancient Egypt and Macedonia during the Alexander era into the contemporary adventure.”
“Alexander, dum inter prīmōrēs pugnat, sagittā ictus est, _Alexander, while he was fighting in the van, was struck by an arrow_; dum haec geruntur, in fīnēs Venellōrum pervēnit, _while these things were being done, he arrived in the territory of the Venelli_.”
“Alexander sagittā vulnerātus est, _Alexander was wounded by an arrow_.”
“_The Story of Alexander's Empire_, 1-11; Hogarth, _Philip and Alexander of Macedon_; Wheeler, _Alexander the Great_.”
“ALEXANDER - One person was killed in a single-car accident near Alexander, the N.C. Highway Patrol reported Tuesday.”
“Alexander the Great [Footnote: _Alexander the Great_ may be taken as one name, or _Great_ may be called an explanatory modifier of”
“Alexander appears at the window and then at the door of the ante-room_.] _Alexander enters_.”
“The creator, Sarah Burton, the powerhouse behind the label Alexander McQueen, stars in a five-minute video, talking the reader through the technicalities of her design.”
“A Syrian activist who goes by the name Alexander Page tweeted early this morning al-Sayid had been killed while shooting this footage.”
“It was the name Alexander Kingbird had taken when he formed the Red Boyz, a name with a simple meaning: Hawk.”
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