Alejandro is the Spanish form of the name Alexander.

It may also refer to:

Alejandro de Humboldt National Park (Parque Nacional Alejandro de Humboldt), a national park in Cuba,

Alejandro Selkirk Island, an island in the Juan Fernández Islands off the coast of South America,

"Alejandro" (song), a song by Lady Gaga,

People with the given name Alejandro:

Alejandro

Pronunciation

aleˈxandɾo

Gender

Male

Language(s)

Spanish

Origin

Meaning

Defender of Man

Other names

See also

Alejandra, Alexandra, Alexander, Alex, Alessandro, Alexandru, Alexandre, Iskandar

Look up Alejandro in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Alejandro Alvizuri, Peruvian backstroke swimmer,

Alejandro Amenábar, Chilean-born Spanish director,

Alejandro Arguello, Mexican footballer,

Alejandro Velasco Astete, Peruvian pilot,

Alejandro Avila, Mexican TV Actor, not related to the murderer.,

Alejandro Bermúdez, Colombian swimmer,

Alejandro Bustillo, Argentine architect,

Alejandro Carrión, Ecuadorian poet and novelist,

Alejandro Casañas, Cuban hurdler,

Alejandro Castillo, Mexican footballer,

Alejandro Cercas, Spanish politician,

Alejandro Chataing, Venezuelan architect,

Alejandro Cichero, Venezuelan footballer,

Alejandro Corichi, Mexican theoretical physicist,

Alejandro Cortés, Colombian road cyclist,

Alejandro Cruz, Puerto Rican athlete and politician,

Alejandro Diz, Argentine volleyball player,

Alejandro Doherty, Argentine field hockey player,

Alejandro Dolina, Argentine broadcaster,

Alejandro Domínguez, former chief of police in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico,

Alejandro Escovedo, American singer-songwriter,

Alejandro Falla, Colombian tennis player,

Alejandro Fernández, Mexican singer,

Alejandro Finisterre, Spanish inventor and poet,

Alejandro Fischer, Contemporary Figurative Artist Colombian artists,

Alejandro Freire, Venezuelan-American baseball player,

Alejandro González Iñárritu, Mexican director,

Alejandro Walter González, Argentine road cyclist,

Alejandro Gorostiaga, Chilean military,

Alejandro Herrera, fictional character in NBC's Heroes,

Alejandro Jodorowsky, Chilean actor and director,

Alejandro Agustín Lanusse, former Argentine President,

Alejandro Lazo, Cuban-American dancer,

Alejandro Lerner, Argentine musician,

Alejandro Lerroux, Spanish politician,

Alejandro González Malavé, Puerto Rican undercover police agent,

Alejandro Martinez, Andorran punk rock guitarist and back-up singer in Anonymous,

Alejandro Meloño, Uruguayan footballer,

Alejandro Moreno, Venezuelan footballer,

Alejandro Naif, Palestinian footballer,

Alejandro Obregón, Colombian painter, muralist, sculptor, and engraver,

Alejandro O'Reilly, Irish-born Spanish governor of colonial Louisiana,

Alejandro Orfila, Argentine diplomat,

Alejandro Ortuoste, Filipino boxer,

Alejandro Cao de Benos de Les y Pérez, president of the Korean Friendship Association,

Alejandro Planchart, Venezuelan-American musicologist and composer,

Alejandro Portes, Cuban-American sociologist,

Alejandro Ramírez (chess player), Costa Rican international grandmaster of chess,

Alejandro Ramírez Calderón, Colombian road cyclist,

Alejandro Rey, Argentine actor,

Alejandro Tapia y Rivera, Puerto Rican poet and writer,

Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez, Mexican politician,

Alejandro Rossi, Mexican writer,

Alejandro Sabella, Argentine footballer,

Alejandro Salazar, American footballer,

Alejandro Sanz, Spanish pop musician,

Alejandro Siqueiros, Mexican freestyle swimmer,

Alejandro Severo, the Spanish version of Alexander Severus, former Roman emperor,

Alejandro M. Sinibaldi, President of Guatemala,

Alejandro Siri, Argentine field hockey player,

Alejandro Sosa, fictional drug lord from the 1983 film Scarface,

Alejandro Spajic, Argentine volleyball player,

Alejandro de la Sota, Spanish architect,

Alejandro Toledo, Peruvian politician, ex-president,

Alejandro de Tomaso, Argentine auto racing driver,

Alejandro Valverde, Spanish cyclist,

Rey Alejandro Conde Valdivia, Mexican conductor,

Alejandro Viñao, Argentine composer,

Alejandro Zaera, Spanish architect,

Alejandro Zohn, Mexican architect