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Origin of the name ANDREA.
Etymology of the name ANDREA.
Meaning of the baby name ANDREA.


ANDREA.  m.  From Greek Andreas (q.v.), meaning "man, warrior," or "manly."  Usage: Albania, Italy.
    Andrea Palladio (d. 1580), was an Italian Renaissance architect.  Andrea Baldini, an Italian foil fencer. (Wiki)

ANDREA.  f.  A feminine form of Greek Andreas (q.v.), meaning "manly."  Usage: America, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil (Andréa), Bulgaria (Андреа), Canada, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, England, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Macedonia, Portugal, Scandinavia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain.
    Andrea Arnold, an English film-maker and former actress.  Andrea Zsadon, a Hungarian soprano.  Andréa Guida Berlanga Henriques, a Brazilian water polo player. (Wiki).


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