Worldwide, Andrejs (Андрей , Andrejs , Андрейс ) is a prevalent masculine forename. The first name Andrejs 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 male name (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is commonest in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. Very seldom, Andrejs is the last name as well as the forename.
Andrejs is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Андрей||Russia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan|
|Andrejs||Latvia, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom|
Anda, Ander, Anders, Andis, Andor, Andra, Andras, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andrei, Andrej, Andres, Andreu, Andrew, Andrey, Andreï, Andri, Andriej, Andriejus, Andrii, Andrij, Andris, Andrius, Andriy, Androw, Andrzej, András, Andráš, André, Andréas, Andréi, Andrés, Andřej, Anndra, Antti, Dreits, Drejc, Endrū, Ondrej, Ondřej, Ανδρέας, Андер, Андерс, Анджей, Анджэй, Андор, Андрай, Андраш, Андре,
Andrejs 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; Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky , the fictional character in Leo Tolstoy's novel War and Peace; Andrew Marbot , the title character of the novel Marbot: A Biography by Wolfgang Hildesheimer and Andy Bernard , the fictional character on NBC's The Office, and in many other works.
|andrejs pumpurs Latvian poet, LV (b. 1841)|
|andrejs dīriķis Latvian translator, LV (b. 1853)|
|andrejs auzāns Latvian general and topographer (1871-1953), LV (b. 1871)|
|andrejs upīts Latvian writer (1877-1970), LV (b. 1877)|
|andrejs spāģis LV (b. 1820)|
|andrejs petrevics Latvian politician (1883-1939), LV (b. 1883)|
|andrejs paulāns Latvian ceramicist, LV (b. 1896)|
|andrejs stērste Latvian writer, LV (b. 1853)|
|andrejs sīmanis Latvian politician and lawyer (1865-1926), LV (b. 1865)|
|andrejs skuja Latvian physician, LV (b. 1866)|
|andrejs krastkalns Latvian politician (1868-1939), LV (b. 1868)|
|andrejs āboliņš LV (b. 1858)|
|andrejs zeidaks Latvian architect (1874-1964), US (b. 1874)|
|andrejs bērziņš Latvian politician (1875-1941), LV (b. 1875)|
|andrejs frīdenbergs Latvian politician (1875-1941), LV (b. 1875)|
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