Origin: English, German, Italian, Spanish
Meaning: It’s the Italian masculine form of Andreas meaning “of man” or “belonging to man”.
It’s also a feminine form of Andrew, which means “of man” or “belonging to man”
Variants: Andria, Drew, Andie/Andy
Other languages: Andreas, Andre, Andrew, Ander, Anders (all male); Andriana, Andrina, Drea (all female)
Although Andrea is used as a female name in the U.S., in Italy it’s strictly a male name used for boys, not girls.