The Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish version of the name Leander, which is derived from two Latin elements: “leo” meaning “lion,” and “andro” meaning “man.” Your Leandro may be a mighty little lion man, but let’s hope his roar is on the quiet side. Especially when he decides to let it loose in the grocery store aisles.
Lee, Andy, Andro.
Famous people named Leandro:
Renaissance artist Leandro Bassano; singer Leandro Moldes.
Leander, the root name of Leandro, is a figure in the romantic Greek myth of Leander and Hero, immortalized in many classic works throughout history.