Alexius

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Alexius
Gender male
Language(s) Greek
Other names
See also Alexia (female)
Alexey

Alexius is the Latinized form of the given name Alexios (Greek: Αλέξιος, polytonic Ἀλέξιος, "defender", cf. Alexander), especially common in the later Byzantine Empire. Variants include Alexis with the Russian Aleksey and its Ukrainian counterpart Oleksa/Oleksiy deriving from this form. The female form is Alexia (Greek: Αλεξία) and its variants such as Alessia.

It may refer to:

Rulers[edit]

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Other people[edit]