How do you spell Andrea phonetically?

Andrea is a given name which is common worldwide for both males and females, cognate to Andreas and Andrew.

Andrea.

Pronunciation/ˈændriə, ˈɑːn-/ A(H)N-dree-ə, /ɑːnˈdreɪ.ə/ ahn-DRAY-ə Italian: [anˈdrɛːa]
Origin

How do you pronounce Andrea in England?

Below is the UK transcription for ‘andrea‘:
  1. Modern IPA: ándrɪjə
  2. Traditional IPA: ˈændriːə
  3. 3 syllables: “AN” + “dree” + “uh”

What does the name Andrea stand for?

Andrea as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Andrea), is pronounced AHN-free-ah, AN-dree-ah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Andrea is “manly, virile”.

What does Andrea mean in Latin?

Traditionally, Andrea means womanly, the feminine counterpart of Andrew, which means manly. It’s probably the most boring meaning of a name ever in the history of name meanings. Andrea comes from the Latin meaning “Womanly” or “Beautiful Lady”.

What is a nickname for Andrea?

How old is the name Andrea?

Drea, Andie,Dre’, Andi, Dray, Dree, Dea, Dede, Ann, Andy, and Dee. It comes from the Greek word andrós which means “manly”.

What color is the name Andrea?

The English borrowed Andrew from the Old French “Andreu” (now André) sometime around the 11th century. The female equivalent (i.e., Andrea) did not appear until the 17th century. Today Andrea is a super popular boy’s name in Italy.

What is Andrea lucky number?

For nameAndrea‘, explore its Rashi, Numerology, Compatibility, Auspicious stones, Meaning, Origin, Gender, Religion, Name for Siblings, or Names for Twins, Advance search or its In-depth Information.

Lucky Numbers:2, 7, 9
Lucky Color:Red, Violet
Lucky Stones:Ruby
Alternate Stones:Diamond
Lucky Metal:Copper, Iron

What does Andrea mean in Hebrew?

Andrea Name Meaning
Name:Andrea
Meaning:‘daring’
Pronunciation:‘AN-Dree-ə ‘
Origin:‘Czech, English, Greek, Japanese’
Lucky Number:Andrea lucky number is 6′

Is there a Saint Andrea?

MEANING: This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Andréas (Ἀνδρέας)”, which in turn derives from “anḗr ‎(ἀνήρ) andrós ‎(ἀνδρός)”, meaning “man, adult male, husband”. In turn the name means “manly and strong, courageous and warrior”. No Hebrew or Aramaic name is recorded for him.

How popular is the name Andrea?

Andrea Corsini (30 November 1302 – 6 January 1373 or 1374) was an Italian Roman Catholic prelate and professed member from the Carmelites who served as the Bishop of Fiesole from 1349 until his death. Devotion to the late bishop became so profound after his death that miracles were reported at his tomb.

What is Andrea the patron saint of?

How popular is Andrea? In 2018 the somewhat popular name Andrea, ranked the 134th Most Popular Girls Name in the United States. Presently one of the top 250 most popular, Andrea has been less popular than the top 1000 in the past. Its highest popularity RANKING of #23 was reached in 1978.

Who is older Peter or Andrew?

Andrew (Andrea) Avellino (1521 – 10 November 1608) was an Italian Theatine priest. He is venerated as patron saint of Naples and Sicily and invoked especially against a sudden death.

Is Peter older than Jesus?

In Christian traditions, Andrew was the older brother of Simon Peter, a fisherman, a disciple of John the Baptist, and the first disciple called to follow Jesus Christ (namely the Protocletus, or the first called).

Who is the oldest apostle of Jesus?

Yes he was. Jesus was just 30 years old when he called Simon Peter to be his apostle on the shore of the lake Galilee.

Who was the 1st apostle?

John the Apostle (Ancient Greek: Ἰωάννης; Latin: Ioannes c. 6 AD – c. 100 AD) or Saint John the Beloved was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus according to the New Testament.

John the Apostle.

Saint John the Apostle
InfluencesJesus
InfluencedIgnatius of Antioch, Polycarp, Papias of Hierapolis

How was Peter called by Jesus?

According to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and John, Jesus’s first apostle was Andrew.

Who was Jesus’s Favourite apostle?

John the Baptist (1:35) and had heard John indicate that Jesus was the Lamb of God—left John and introduced Peter to “the Messiah,” who at that time gave him the name (or title) Cephas (i.e., Peter, or Rock).