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More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Andra are female.
Also Estonian.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2017
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I know someone named Andralyn who goes by Andra. I've never seen this used otherwise.
ThatOneAuthorGirl  3/8/2017
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This a masculine name in Scots language. Resource: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Andra#Scots.
cutenose  3/11/2016
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Actually, this is not the feminine for Andrei/Andrew, but the short form for Andrada. Andrada is a Romanian feminine name of Dacian origins (Andrada was the daughter of Dacian king Decebal). The feminine for Andrei is Andreea.
andra1090  3/11/2016
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It is an Albanian name "Ëndërr" which means Dream. It is a feminine name.
― Anonymous User  1/30/2015
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This is also Romanian. [noted -ed]
abby_starkiller  1/20/2015
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Andra also means "second" (the numeral) and "others" in Swedish.
Erme Ioainna  2/1/2014
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It sounds a bit strange when you say it, like Sandra without the S.
Hushpuppy  12/27/2012
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I thought I was the only one who knew about this name! Lolololol rotflol!
SEC908  11/3/2012
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In Ireland and Scotland, ths is also used as a boys name - I have a male cousin called Andra. I've never thought of it as feminine.
alimorag  4/21/2006
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What a beautiful name and for the girls who have this name, only Romanian girls!
razvy  12/29/2005
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Andra is actually Old Norse for "Breath." A bit more impressive than "feminine of Andrew."
rick  9/29/2005
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Andra comes from Andrada, which is a name from Dacia (present-day Romania) during the time when Rome ruled most of the world.
mikethesoundman  4/16/2005

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