Globally, Andreas (Andreas , Ανδρέας , Андреас , among others...) is a prevalent male given name. The first name Andreas is habitual in Greece, where it is a prevalent masculine name, Germany, where it is a widespread boy's name, and Cyprus (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, this name is the most popular in Germany, Greece, and Indonesia. Very seldom, Andreas is the last name as well as the forename.
Andreas is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Andreas||Sweden, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Austria|
|Андреас||Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Bulgaria|
Akis, Ander, Anders, Andor, Andrade, Andras, Andre, Andrea, Andreasen, Andreassen, Andreasson, Andreaｓ, Andrei, Andrej, Andrejs, Andres, Andress, Andreu, Andrew, Andrey, Andreás, Andreâ, Andreä, Andreï, Andri, Andrias, Andriej, Andriejus, Andrii, Andrij, Andrija, Andrius, Andriy, Andros, Androw, Andrzej, András, Andráš, Andrèas, André, Andréas, Andréi, Andrés, Andrêas, Andrêâ, Andrëas, Andrëâ, Andřej, Anndra, Anne,
Andreas is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Andrew the Apostle , the religious figure of the Christian faith, Gospel of Mark; Andreas Oxner , the blood libel in Austria; Andreas von Strucker , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, The Gifted; Andreas Pringsheim , the character from Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks and Andreas Zenker , the fictional character from Lindenstraße, and in many other works.
|andreas of samosata Christian bishop (5th century) (b. 400)|
|andreas of caesarea Greek theological writer; bishop of Caesarea (b. 563)|
|andreas bergomas Italian historian, IT (b. 801)|
|andreas floriacensis Christian monk and historian (b. 1036)|
|andreas van cuijk Dutch bishop (b. 1070)|
|andreas de moravia Scottish bishop, GB (b. 1200)|
|andreas Swedish sculptor, SE (b. 1150)|
|andreas von felben LV (b. 1201)|
|andreas porchert author (13th century) (b. 1201)|
|andreas de rode (b. 1200)|
|andreas taft (b. 1213)|
|andreas von beneschau und tworkau Czech nobleman (b. 1300)|
|andreas de florentia Italian composer, FR (b. 1350)|
|andreas de casolis author (1301-1500) (b. 1301)|
|andreas thopia IT (b. 1300)|
Koch, Mueller, Müller, Schmidt, Schwarz, Andreou, Richter, Larsson, Nilsson, Nielsen, Werner, Neumann, Fischer, Schäfer, Karlsson, Georgiou, Eriksson, Hartmann, Hoffmann, Schneider, Andersson, Hofmann, Wagner, Walter, Hansen, Lang, Wolf, Mayer, Maier, Meier, Meyer, Bauer, Braun, Klein, Lange, Huber, Fuchs, Weber, Schulz, Schmid, Berger, Becker, Kaiser, Keller, Krause, Jensen, Johansson, and Zimmermann