In the world, András (András , Andras , Андраш ) is a common predominantly boy's, but very infrequently girly forename. The first name András is habitual in Eastern Europe, particularly Hungary, where it is quite a common boy's name, Romania, and Slovakia, where it is quite a rare masculine name. Measured by absolute frequency, it is commonest in Hungary, Romania, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Also, András is the last name as well as the forename.
András is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Andras, András||United States, Germany, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary|
|Андраш||Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine|
Ander, Anders, Andor, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andrei, Andrej, Andrejs, Andres, Andreu, Andrew, Andrey, Andreï, Andri, Andriej, Andriejus, Andrii, Andrij, Andris, Andrius, Andriy, Androw, Andrus, Andrzej, Andrássy, Andráš, Andráši, Andrášik, André, Andréas, Andréi, Andrés, Andřej, Anndra, Antti, Dreits, Drejc, Endre, Endrū, I, Ondrej, Ondráš, Ondřej, Ondřejová, Taegon, Ανδρέας, Андер, Андерс, Анджей,
András is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Andras and Andras , the theatrical character in the play "The Backyard of Miracles".
|andrás árpád-házi politician, HU (b. 1210)|
|lackfi andrás politician (b. 1350)|
|andrás bebek Hungarian nobleman, Master of the horse in the Middle Ages (b. 1350)|
|pannóniai andrás Hungarian engraver, HU (b. 1430)|
|hess andrás publisher (b. 1450)|
|rédey andrás 16th century Hungarian soldier (b. 1515)|
|báthori andrás -1534, HU (b. 1480)|
|farkas andrás reformator, HU (b. 1501)|
|batizi andrás Hungarian poet, Lutheran pastor and reformed pastor (1515–1552), HU (b. 1515)|
|andrás eőssi Transylvanian theologian (cca. 1520-1600) (b. 1520)|
|andrás báthori (b. 1525)|
|andrás valkai RO (b. 1540)|
|andrás ghiczy politician (b. 1550)|
|andrás lónyay Hungarian soldier (b. 1550)|
|monoszlói andrás Roman Catholic bishop, HU (b. 1552)|