About its origin

Alexander III is a well known ancient Greek king, and was renamed Alexander the Great because of the great Greek state that he established. His name is also Greek. It derives from the Greek words Alex (resisting) and Andras (man), and means the man that can resist to other men, the skilled fighter.

How to pronounce it

Alexandros might be hard to pronounce. Here is the trick. Alexandros is actually the same name as Alexander (to be precise, Alexandros is the original name in Greek and Alexander is its English equivalent). There are two small differences:

OR, you can just call me Alex...