ANDERS
GENDER: Masculine
Meaning & History
Scandinavian form of Andreas (see ANDREW). A famous bearer was the Swedish physicist Anders Angstrom.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Andreas (Swedish), Andreas (Norwegian), Andreas (Danish)
FEMININE FORMS: Andrea (Swedish), Andrea (Norwegian), Andrea (Danish)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Andre, Deandre (African American), Andreas (Ancient Greek), Ander (Basque), Andrew (Biblical), Andreas (Biblical Greek), Andreas (Biblical Latin), Andrei, Andrey (Bulgarian), Andreu (Catalan), Andria (Corsican), Andrej, Andrija, Andro (Croatian), Andrej, Ondřej (Czech), Andreas, Andries (Dutch), Andre, Andrew, Andie, Andy, Dre, Drew (English), Andres, Andrus (Estonian), Antero, Antti, Tero (Finnish), André (French), Andria, Andro (Georgian), Andreas (German), Andreas (Greek), Andor, András, Endre, Andris, Bandi (Hungarian), Aindréas, Aindriú (Irish), Andrea (Italian), Andrejs, Andris (Latvian), Andrius (Lithuanian), Andrej (Macedonian), Anaru (Maori), Andrzej, Jędrzej (Polish), André (Portuguese), Andrei (Romanian), Andrei, Andrey (Russian), Ándaras (Sami), Aindrea, Dand (Scottish), Andrej, Andrija (Serbian), Andrej, Ondrej (Slovak), Andraž, Andrej (Slovene), Andrés (Spanish), Andriy (Ukrainian), Andreas, Andras (Welsh)
Popularity
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