GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Italian
PRONOUNCED: ahn-DRE-ah   [key]
Meaning & History
Italian form of Andreas (see ANDREW). A notable bearer of this name was Andrea Verrocchio, a Renaissance sculptor who taught Leonardo da Vinci and Perugino.
Related Names
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), Anders, Andreas (Danish), 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), Andrejs, Andris (Latvian), Andrius (Lithuanian), Andrej (Macedonian), Anaru (Maori), Anders, Andreas (Norwegian), 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), Anders, Andreas (Swedish), Andriy (Ukrainian), Andreas, Andras (Welsh)
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