|Pronunciation||📣 \a-nd-res, an-dres\|
|Number in U.S||👶 86,000|
|Rate in 2021||397|
|Name origin||🌍 Spanish|
Andrés is the Spanish version of Andrew. Andrew itself is the anglicized version of Andres. In Greek, Andreas stems from "Andre" which means "man" or "warrior".
Andrew is the first disciple called by Jesus in the New Testament. St. Andrew was one of the earliest people who believed in Jesus. He was chosen as the patron saint of Russia, Greece, and Scotland. Andrew has always been a popular name in English-speaking countries. Along the same line, Andres, its Spanish counterpart, has always been very popular in Spanish countries. In 2009, Andrés was the 64th most popular name for boys in Spain. It has a similar position and situation in other Spanish countries as well.
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