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Forename Andrij

Globally, Andrij (Андрей Russia Ukraine Belarus Kazakhstan Azerbaijan, Андрій Russia Ukraine Poland United States Israel, Андрий Russia Ukraine Bulgaria Georgia, along with others...) is a prevalent boy's forename. The first name Andrij is habitual in Ukraine, where it is a prevalent boy's name, Russia, and Kazakhstan, where it is a widespread masculine name (explore the name in all countries). Much less frequently, Andrij is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Andrij

name Andrej, name Andor, name Андор, name Anders, name Andri, name Andras, name Andriy, name Andreas, name Андрий, name Dreits, name Andres, name Андре, name Ανδρέας, name Андраш, name Andrew, name Andreu, name Andrea, name Andřej, name أندريه, name Андрій, name Andrii, name Andrey, name Drejc, name Анджей, name Андрай, name Antti, name Андрес, name Андрей, name Андреас, name André, name Androw, name Andrius, name Andrijus, name Andre, name Андреа, name Ander, name Анджэй, name Ondrej, name Андерс, name Andrés, name Andrij, name Andreï, name Andrei, name András, name Ondřej, name Andriej, name Андрейс, name Andrejs, name Andréas, name Андер, name Andráš, name Endrū, name Andréi, name Andrzej, name Andrijs
Андрей Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia, Azerbaijan
Андрій Ukraine, Russia, United States, Israel, Poland
Андрий Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Georgia
Andrij Ukraine, France, Czechia, Poland, United States
أندريه Morocco, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Algeria

First name Andrij in the context

Andrij 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.

Notable namesakes

andrij savka Lemko bandit, SK (b. 1619) link
andrij petrasewycz (b. 1771) link
picture of andrij schuk andrij schuk andrij schuk AT (b. 1880) link
andrij paszczuk (b. 1891) link
andrij kocevalov (b. 1892) link
picture of andrij parekh andrij parekh andrij parekh American cinematographer, US (b. 1971) link
picture of andrij danilko andrij danilko andrij danilko actor (b. 1973) link
andrij karimow association football player (1943-2017), RU (b. 1943) link
picture of andrij dozenko andrij dozenko andrij dozenko Ukrainian biathlete, UA (b. 1994) link
andrij wladymyrow Ukrainian film director, DE (b. 1946) link
picture of andrij verchuk andrij verchuk andrij verchuk (b. 1990) link
picture of andrij tolopko andrij tolopko andrij tolopko UA (b. 1991) link
andrij prychodko (b. 1951) link
andrij romanczuk RU (b. 1961) link
andrij v. reutov (b. 1961) link

Characteristic surnames

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