The surname Alexander is of patronymic origin meaning son of, or descendant of Alexander. The personal name Alexander is of Greek origin and means "helper of mankind" or "defender of men.' The name Alexander was introduced to Scotland in the late 11th Century when Queen Margaret, who was raised in the Hungarian Court, named one of her sons Alexander. In Scotland the name originated on the west coast and Hebrides Islands.
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