Andreas

Andreas (Greek: Ἀνδρέας) is a common male name in Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Flanders, Germany, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, and the Netherlands. The name derives from the Greek noun ἀνήρ anir – with genitive ἀνδρός andros –, which means "man" (i.e. male human being). See article on Andrew for more information. Also in regard to the name Andreas, it may be used in the feminine as Andrea, which in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland, and some Mediterranean countries like Italy, can also be the male form.

It may refer to:

  • St. Andrew, the Christian apostle.
  • Saint Andrew of Crete
  • Andreas of Alexandria, martyr, saint, and companion to Faustus, Abibus and Dionysius of Alexandria
  • Andreas of Caesarea, theological writer and bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia
  • Andreas is both a town and a parish in the Isle of Man.
  • Andreas was a physician in Ancient Greece.
  • Andreas of Argos sculptor
  • Andreas, an Old English poem about St Andrew the Apostle.
  • Andreas, or Aindréas († 1184), first known bishop of Caithness, Scotland
  • Andreas Alcibiades, Cypriot footballer
  • Andreas Anagnostakis, Greek physician
  • Andreas Avgerinos, Greek politician
  • Andreas Baader, one of the founding members of the Red Army Faction
  • Andreas Beck (tennis) (born 1986), a German tennis player
  • Andreas Beck (footballer) (born 1987), a German footballer
  • Andreas Berger (born 1961), an Austrian track and field sprinter
  • Andreas Blomqvist, Swedish bass player
  • Andreas Brehme, a German footballer.
  • Andreas Busse (born 1959), an East German middle distance runner
  • Andreas Capellanus, writer of De amore
  • Andreas Constantinou, Cypriot footballer
  • Andreas A. Miaoulis, a Greek politician
  • Andreas D. Miaoulis, a Greek politician
  • Andreas Vgenopoulos CEO of Marfin Popular Bank
  • Andreas Vokos Miaoulis, a Greek admiral and politician
  • Andreas Embirikos, a Greek surrealist poet
  • Andreas Glyniadakis, a Greek basketball player
  • Andreas Haider-Maurer (born 1987), an Austrian tennis player
  • Andreas Hofer, Tirolean patriot and rebel
  • Andreas Kalvos, a Greek poet
  • Andreas Kanonidis, a Greek basketball player
  • Andreas Karkavitsas, a Greek writer
  • Andreas Kiligkaridis, a Greek flatwater canoer
  • Andreas Kontogouris, a Greek revolutionary leader during the Greek War of Independence
  • Andreas Köpke, A German footballer
  • Andreas Krystallis, a Greek painter
  • Andreas Labropoulos, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Laskaratos, a Greek author
  • Andreas Linden (born 1965), a German javelin thrower
  • Andreas Londos, a Greek military leader and politician
  • Andreas Metaxas, a Greek politician
  • Andreas Michalakopoulos, a Greek politician
  • Andreas Michalopoulos, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Mikroutsikos, a Greek songwriter, singer and TV presenter
  • Andreas Möller, a German footballer
  • Andreas Mouratis, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Neykov (born 1991), a Bulgarian tennis player
  • Andreas Osiander (born 1498), a German Lutheran theologian
  • Andreas Palaiologos, a Greek Byzantine emperor
  • Andreas Panagopoulos, a Greek politician
  • Andreas Papandreou, prime minister of Greece
  • Andreas P. Pittler, Austrian author
  • Andreas Seppi (born 1984), an Italian tennis player
  • Andreas Siljestrom (born 1981), a Swedish tennis player
  • Andreas Stamatiadis, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Stefanopoulos, a Greek politician
  • Andreas Seelig, East German discus thrower
  • Andreas Syngros, a Greek banker and philanthropist
  • Andreas Söderberg, (born 1985), a Swedish male model
  • Andreas Shaw, an Austrian experimental music producer
  • Andreas Thorkildsen, a Norwegian Javelin thrower
  • Andreas Thorstensson, a Swedish web developer
  • Andreas Vasilogiannis, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Vinciguerra (born 1981), Siljestrom's Swedish compatriot and tennis player
  • Andreas Vollenweider, Swiss composer and musician
  • Andreas Zafiropoulos, president of AEK Athens F.C.
  • Andreas Zaimis, a Greek freedom fighter in the Greek War of Independence
  • Andreas Zapatinas, a Greek automobile designer
  • Akis Zikos, a Greek footballer
  • Andreas Zisimos, Greek freestyle swimmer
  • Andreas, a typeface created by Linotype
  • Andreas (comics), author of comic series Rork
  • Andreas "Dregen" Svensson, a Swedish musician
  • Dwayne Andreas, a businessman

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Andreas, Isle Of Man - Sport
... Isle of Man Football League and play their home games at Andreas Playing Fields where they have a clubhouse ...
List Of Ministers Of Labour And Social Insurance Of The Republic Of Cyprus
... Papadopoulos 16 August, 24 ... June, 1970 Andreas Mavrommatis 1 July, 15 ... June, 1972 Markos Spanos 16 June, 15 ... July, 1974 Markos Spanos (2nd term) 15 January, 8 ... March, 1978 ...
List Of SC Freiburg Players
... GER 0 ... Boiger, Oliver – GER 0 ... Bornemann, Andreas – GER 0 ... Borodyuk, Aleksandr – RUS 1994 ...
St. Andreas Castle
... Andreas Castle (German Schloss St ... Andreas) is a privately owned castle located in Cham, in the Canton of Zug, Switzerland ...
Andreas Alföldi
... András (Andreas) Ede Zsigmond Alföldi (27 August 1895, Pomáz near Budapest – 12 February 1981, Princeton) was a Hungarian historian, art historian ... Authority control VIAF 27082156 Persondata Name Alfoldi, Andreas Alternative names Short description Historian, epigraphist, numismatist, archaeologist ...