Spanish-speaking fans of the Mexican telenovela “Alondra” helped make this girls' name popular in a big way in 1995, the year the series aired. It also got a boost a decade later from a Grammy-nominated Mexican singer called Alondra, which is appropriate because Alondra means “lark,” a bird that likes to belt out a tune while flying. This smooth, lyrical name—which is the diminutive form of Alejandra (Alexandra in English-speaking countries)—is still a favorite for Mexican baby girls, but it’s too pretty to be limited to one country or culture.
Wondering who else shares this name? Check out these well known people who made this baby name famous.
- Alondra Cecilia GorhamDaughter of Christopher Gorham
- Alondra de la ParraConductor
- Alondra SantosSinger
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Source: Social Security Administration
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