In all the world, Andrzej (Andrzej , Анджей , أندريه , and others...) is a widespread masculine first name. The given name Andrzej is characteristic of Poland, where it is a common masculine name, Ireland, where it is quite a rare male name, and Lithuania. Not in comparison with a country's population, this name is the most popular in Poland, Germany, and the United States. More frequently, Andrzej is the last name as well as the forename.
Andrzej is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Andrzej||United States, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Poland|
|Анджей||Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan|
|أندريه||Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, Egypt, Algeria|
Ander, Anders, Andor, Andras, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andrei, Andrej, Andrejs, Andres, Andreu, Andrew, Andrey, Andreï, Andri, Andriej, Andriejus, Andrii, Andrij, Andrius, Andriy, Androw, András, Andráš, André, Andréas, Andréi, Andrés, Andzejs, Andřej, Andžejs, Andžejus, Anndra, Antti, Anďrzej, Dreits, Drejc, Endrū, Ondrej, Ondřej, Ąndrzej, Ανδρέας, Андер, Андерс, Анджэй, Андор, Андрай, Андраш, Андре,
Andrzej is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Andrzej Kmicic , the fictional character, The Deluge; Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky , the fictional character in Leo Tolstoy's novel War and Peace; Andrzej Wilmowski , character in Cykl powieści o Tomku Wilmowskim; Andrzej Leszczyc and Andrzej Falkowicz , character in Na dobre i na złe, and in many other works.
|andrzej świerad Slavic saint from the Kingdom of Hungary, PL (b. 980)|
|andrzej gryfita Bishop of Płock in Poland (b. 1201)|
|andrzej z wierzbna (b. 1250)|
|andrzej of wiślica bishop, FR (b. 1300)|
|andrzej Polish architect, PL (b. 1350)|
|andrzej PL (b. 1350)|
|andrzej balicki (b. 1350)|
|andrzej z malborka (b. 1350)|
|andrzej (b. 1350)|
|andrzej łaskarz Roman Catholic bishop, PL (b. 1362)|
|andrzej tęczyński PL (b. 1412)|
|andrzej boryszewski Roman Catholic archbishop, PL (b. 1435)|
|andrzej z kokorzyna (b. 1379)|
|andrzej bniński Roman Catholic bishop, PL (b. 1396)|
|andrzej odrowąż Polish noble and statesman (b. 1450)|