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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1841 Andrew Greek Manly. St Andrew, an apostle of Jesus Christ, later became patron saint of Scotland. The Scottish city St Andrews is named for him. It was in frequent use throughout Britain during the Middle Ages. M
1842 Andrew Scottish Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named. M
1843 Andrew Shakespearean 'Twelfth Night', also called 'What You Will' Sir Andrew Aguecheek. M
1844 Andrey English Variant of Andrew: Brave; Manly. M
1845 Andrian English Manly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew. M
1846 Andric English Manly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew. M
1847 Andriel English Manly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew. M
1848 Andries Greek Manly. M
1849 Andrik Slavic Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew. M

1850 Andrion Latin Of the Adriatic. M
1851 Androgeus Greek Son of Minos. M
1852 Andronicus Biblical A man excelling others M
1853 Andronicus Latin Name of a Roman poet. M
1854 Andronicus Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Titus Lartius, a general against the Volscians. 'The Life of Timon of Athens' Timon's servant. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Titus Andronicus, a noble Romanj. Also Marcus Andronicus, Tribune, and brother to Titus. M
1855 Androu Greek Manly. M
1856 Andrusha Russian Russian form of Andrew 'manly'. M
1857 Andrya Russian Russian form of Andrew 'manly'. M
1858 Andsaca Anglo-Saxon Enemy. M
1859 Andswarian Anglo-Saxon Answers. M
1860 Andswaru Anglo-Saxon Answers. M