Ander

Origin: Greek

Meaning: Ander is the Basque form of Andrew, which is the English form of Andreas, a Greek name meaning “manly, masculine”.

Ander is also a surname, perhaps a short form of Scandinavian surname Andersen or Andersson meaning “son of Anders”.

Variants:

  • Andrew (English)
  • Andreas (Greek, Ancient Greek, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Welsh)
  • Anders (Scandinavian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish)
  • Andreu (Catalan)
  • Andria (Corsican, Georgian)
  • Andrea (Italian)
  • Andor (Hungarian)
  • András (Hungarian)
  • Andras (Welsh)

 

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