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Forename Andriy

All over the world, Andriy (Андрей Russia Ukraine Belarus Kazakhstan Azerbaijan, Андрій Russia Ukraine Poland United States Israel, Andriy Russia Bulgaria Ukraine Spain Romania, and others...) is a prevalent masculine first name. The first name Andriy is characteristic of Ukraine, where it is a prevalent masculine name, Russia, and Kazakhstan, where it is a widespread masculine name (explore the name in all countries). Very seldom, Andriy is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Andriy

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

First name Andriy in the context

Andriy 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; Andriy , the operatic character in the opera Taras Bulba by Mykola Lysenko; Taras Bulba's son; 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

andriy lyzohub (b. 1673) link
andriy horlenko RU (b. 1709) link
andriy sichynskyi PL (b. 1840) link
picture of andriy zhyltsov andriy zhyltsov andriy zhyltsov Paralympic athlete of Ukraine (b. 1901) link
andriy sirovatchenko Ukrainian Paralympic swimmer (b. 1901) link
andriy danylov Ukrainian Paralympian (b. 1901) link
andriy brahinets Ukrainian philosopher (b. 1903) link
andriy richytsky (b. 1893) link
picture of andriy demydenko andriy demydenko andriy demydenko (b. 1951) link
andriy chesnokov (b. 1901) link
picture of andriy zdesenko andriy zdesenko andriy zdesenko Ukrainian entrepreneur (b. 1969) link
picture of andriy kutsenko andriy kutsenko andriy kutsenko Ukrainian cyclist, UA (b. 1989) link
andriy yakovych olenko Ph.D. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv 1991 (b. 1966) link
andriy horechyy researcher, UA (b. 1969) link
andriy petukhov Ukrainian bobsledder (b. 1971) link

Characteristic surnames

Rait, Kravets, Klymenko, Tkachuk, Novikov, Oliynyk, Shevchuk, Biletsky, Kravchuk, Popovych, Romanyuk, Marchenko, Kovalenko, Kovalchuk, Kuznetsov, Gavrylyuk, Levchenko, Tkachenko, Shevchenko, Bondarenko, Kharchenko, Kravchenko, Kushnir, Polishchuk, Boychuk, Savchuk, Vovk, Zhuk, Mazur, Moroz, Babiy, Boyko, Kozak, Koval, Kulyk, Popov, Melnyk, Shabar, Shvets, Soroka, Bodnar, Bilous, Kovtun, Petrov, Volkov, Ivanov, Marchuk, Sokolov, and Stefanyshyn