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My name is Andrea and I go for Andi. I love it. It has a masculine and artistic bond to it, like Andy Warhol, Andy García... But the spelling with an "i" is more feminine while still maintaining the sound. So yes "Andy and Andi" are the predominant nicknames for Andrews and Andreas. I was shocked when I found out there was a Disney show starring a girl with my name! Wow!
― Anonymous User  4/2/2018
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A fictional bearer of this surname is Andi Mack, from a Disney Channel Television Series with the same name.
― Anonymous User  3/21/2018
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The name Andi is short for Andrea. In Albanian language that in the Indo-European languages is a very early language like Greek or Latin. This name is deriving from two sources.
First in Albanian Ander it means dream. Alexander it means is born in a dream. Such was the story of Olimpia the (Illyrian tribe origin) wife of the king of Macedonia Philip that after seeing the son born in her dream with God"s intervention she named her son Alexander, that the world recognized as Alexander the Great.
Second meaning for is for man.
In Greek language the Greeks can not explain in meaning the words below
Pedhi= child / pjell (in Albanian) for offspring in Albanian or pidhi for the genitals of the woman
Andra= man / andrrak in Albanian (dreamer for adolescents) before marriage
Qirios= man / qi in Albanian is the process of consuming the marriage through intercourse
All this three phases of manhood are meaningful only in Albanian language.
In the scientific world of languages Albanian is on the elders languages of all closely with Armenian one. Although mostly people simply refer to Greece they don't know that underneath lays Albanian language.
Amantia  10/4/2017
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The name Andi was given to 321 girls born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
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I feel like Andi is a very nice and cute name. I have a name similar to it, but people always think this is how it is spelled. Note that even though 'Andy' is masculine, 'Andi's' spelling gives it a much more feminine feel. All in all this is a good name, I'm actually using it for a character in my book series.
― Anonymous User  3/23/2016
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The name Andi was given to 156 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013

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