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Forename Andrej

In all the world, Andrej (Андрей Russia Belarus Kazakhstan Ukraine Germany, Andrej Russia Slovakia Germany Belarus Serbia, אנדריי Israel) is a prevalent masculine given name. The given name Andrej is characteristic of Russia, where it is a prevalent boy's name, Kazakhstan, where it is a widespread male name, and Moldova, where it is a common boy's name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. Much less frequently, Andrej is the last name as well as the forename.

Jesus fishAndrej is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Andrej

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Андрей Ukraine, Germany, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia
Andrej Germany, Slovakia, Belarus, Russia, Serbia
אנדריי Israel
أندريه Morocco, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Algeria

First name Andrej in the context

Andrej is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Andrew the Apostle , the religious figure of the Christian faith, Gospel of Mark; Andrew Neiderman , the writer; Andrej Tschichatschow , character in Goodbye Berlin; Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky , the fictional character in Leo Tolstoy's novel War and Peace and Andrew Marbot , the title character of the novel Marbot: A Biography by Wolfgang Hildesheimer, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

andrej celejski (b. 700) link
picture of andrej moskevský andrej moskevský andrej moskevský (1452-1481) (b. 1452) link
picture of andrej kroen andrej kroen andrej kroen Mayor of Ljubljana (b. 1562) link
andrej sallitinger Mayor of Ljubljana (b. 1550) link
andrej nepokoj SI (b. 1547) link
andrej savinec SI (b. 1550) link
andrej túrsky SK (b. 1555) link
andrej kobav jesuit (1593-1654), SI (b. 1593) link
andrej kolperger (b. 1590) link
andrej cergol SI (b. 1595) link
andrej juchardt SI (b. 1597) link
andrej peer SI (b. 1600) link
andrej verbec SI (b. 1601) link
andrej mikec AT (b. 1605) link
picture of andrej chilkov andrej chilkov andrej chilkov Russian diplomat, SE (b. 1676) link

Characteristic surnames

Ar, Smirnov, Andreev, Kováč, Popovic, Nikolic, Fischer, Markovic, Pavlovic, Petrovic, Ilievski, Marković, Schneider, Petrovski, Jovanovic, Jovanovski, Stojanovic, Angelovski, Trajkovski, Stojanovski, Schmidt, Atanasovski, Sokolov, Wagner, Ka, Ko, Ek, Kos, Nik, Nagy, Fink, Wolf, Simic, Babic, Bauer, Popov, Novak, Miller, Schulz, Petrov, Ristic, Horvat, Ivanov, Müller, and Kovačević