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This is very common in Sweden, took over after the dated Anders and reached trendy heights.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2005
A famous bearer in Sweden is the pop singer Andreas Johnson ("Glorious").
-- Ylva  3/19/2006
German pronunciation: awn-DRAY-ahs. [noted -ed]
Quite popular in Germany.
-- JHK  9/2/2006
There is also a video game thing called San Andreas.
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Andreas here:
-- _satu_  10/24/2006
And there's the infamous San Andreas Fault Line in California.
-- Anonymous User  4/17/2007
This name is very popular and very common in Norway.
-- Anonymous User  1/18/2008
This name is also used frequently in The Netherlands. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  6/1/2010
Andreas Hofer is the the national hero of Tyrol, Austria. He was the leader of the tyrolean rebellion against Napoleon's forces.
-- penelope80  11/26/2010
Andreas Capellanus was a 12th century chaplain who wrote The Art of Courtly Love, a important social text from the time. Its influences can still be seen.
-- Anonymous User  2/21/2011
Andreas Kofler is an Austrian ski jumper.
-- enchy  1/28/2012
I love this name. It reminds me of one of my favorite athletes, Andreas Kofler. It sounds very strong, handsome and masculine.
-- enchy  1/28/2012
The name Andreas was given to 151 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013
Pronunced "ahn-DHRE-ahs" in Greek.
-- heyyyyyyyyyyyy  1/12/2017
Also Anglicized form of Irish name Aindréas.
-- heyyyyyyyyyyyy  1/15/2017

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