Useable or not? I heard it today and thought it could be very cute, but also mature. I can hear it on a grown man, anyway. I’m not thinking of using it, I just wanted to gather some thoughts about it maybe? It will be going on my back up list more than likely though lol

I like it a lot! I can’t place where, but I’m pretty sure there’s a Shakespearean connection, which makes me love it all the more.

I personally prefer [name]Leander[/name], but I do like it quite a bit!

Now that I think about it, I’m sure I’ve probably heard it in a Shakespearean work too! Haha Thanks [name]Ash[/name].

[name]Love[/name] love love!! Definitely usable. But I’m with ashthedreamer, I love [name]Leander[/name] even more.

I would def. use it!
[name]Love[/name] it!

[name]Love[/name] [name]Love[/name] love!! This is one of my favorite [name]Shakespeare[/name] names! I wish I could use it!

[name]Lysander[/name] is great, but also like [name]Leander[/name]!

I love [name]Lysander[/name] - it’s Shakespearean, poetic, romantic, dashing, debonair and a great alternative to the megapopular [name]Alexander[/name].

I know of at least one real life tot named [name]Lysander[/name]. I really like it, but it is a brave choice.

Not really my style, but I think it is useable.

I really like [name]Lysander[/name] but Mum won’t let me use it. She used the “no grand kid of mine…” argument. I was 21 and so far off having kids back then!!

[name]Lysander[/name] is the name of one of the lovers in [name]Shakespeare[/name]'s A Midsummer [name]Night[/name]'s [name]Dream[/name]. (My favourite work.)

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Yes, I can see somone calling him [name]Lee[/name]-sander!

I love this name! I also love the feminine version - Lysandra.