Alcander var. Alkander
Source fr. Greek language. "Strong."
***Alexander, var. Sikander, Alissander, Alisander, Aleksander, Alaxander
Based on Greek language. "Man's defender, warrior."
Var. of Anders. Origin fr. Scandinavian, Greek. "Man, warrior."
Form of Brand. Stems fr. Old Norse, Old English. "Sword; fiery torch, beacon."
***Cassander, var. Casander
Root fr. Spanish, Greek languages. "Brother of heroes."
possibly a variation of Leander (Greek) "lion man", or a combined name of Leander and Cleanth
Origin fr. Latin, Greek words. "Good man."
Forms of Isandro. Source fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Man's liberator."
Derived fr. Arabic, Greek words. "Man's defender."
Based on Middle English possibly "laundryman" or "landowner"
Leander var. Liander
Derived fr. Greek language. "Lion man."
Possibly "from the Levant (eastern Mediterranean)"
Source fr. Greek. "Liberator."
Root fr. Greek language. "New man."
Form of Nicandro. Based on Spanish, Greek languages. "Man of victory."
Stems fr. Greek element. "Loving mankind."
Rhinelander, var. Rheinlander
Based on German. "Dweller at the Rhineland."
***Sander, var. Zander, Xander
Source fr. German, Greek. "Man's defender."
Possibly (Dutch) "from the" or a short form of Evander (Greek) "good man"
Oops, I just reread your question. I read it as ending in 'ander' for some reason. I've gone back and starred all the 'sander' ones.