Strong, masculine, brave
Andy, Andre, Andrea, Ann, Anna
Andrew, Andreas in Greek, Andesi in Germanic Si), nicknamed Andy (Andy), often abbreviated as "Andy" or "Drew".
Andrew is a common English name/surname in many countries. Common variants are Andrey, Andrei and Andreiy. Other uncommon variants are Andreas, Andrés, Anders, Endrew, Andrej and André. Andrew is particularly popular in English-speaking countries, and was once one of the most common male baby names in several major English-speaking countries in the 1990s. In Italian, the synonymous variant of Andrew is spelled "Andrea". In some other languages, its variants Andrea, Ann, Anna and Hannah are used as female names.
Andrew is derived from the ancient Greek "aner/andros" (its meaning is "male"). It is originally an adjective of the English word "male", meaning "male".
The sculptures or buildings of the Roman Catholic Church and other Christian churches are often named Andrew to commemorate Saint Andrew.
Andrew Lloyd Webber (Baron Lloyd-Webber) British musical composer
Sir Andrew Brown Cunningham ( Sir Andrew Browne Cunningham) British Admiral
The second son of Andrew Albert Christian, Queen Elizabeth II of England and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Duke of York
Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States
Andrew Johnson, the seventeenth president of the United States
Andrew Zachary Fire won the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of RNA interference.
Andrew Wynford Davies, American playwright< /p>
Andrew Carnegie was born in Scotland, the king of American steel industry
Robert Andrews Millikan, American physicist, Nobel Physics in 1923 Award Winner
Andrew Dickson White, American diplomat, writer, and educator
André Previn, German-American Man, world-renowned conductor, pianist, composer
Andrew Wyeth (Andrew Wyeth) American contemporary neo-realist painter
Andrew: Known as "the most useless Republican Member of Congress
The Republican Congressman Andrew, known as the "most useless congressman", announced on February 4, 2014 that he would resign in two weeks. Andrew has served in Congress for 23 years and has written 646 bills, but none of them passed.
The 56-year-old New Jersey Congressman Andrew is the most ineffective congressman in the United States in 20 years. He has served in Congress for 23 years, and no bill has been passed into law by Congress. It is reported that after resigning Andrew will go to work in a law firm.
In fact, Andrew has proposed far more bills than other members of the House of Representatives. Andrew had 4 bills passed in the House of Representatives, but they were rejected by the Senate. On two other occasions, he and other senators submitted similar bills, but the senator's bill was passed and became law, and Andrew's bill was ignored.
Other congressmen on the list of "inaction members of Congress" are New York State Democratic Rep. Maloney, Alaska Republican Rep. Yang, New York State Democratic Rep. Rangel, and former Texas Rep. Paul.
But Andrew is indeed the only member who has a record of 0. Maloney has 9 bills signed into law, Yang has 76, Wrangel has 38, and Paul has one.
In Andrew Van De Kamp's "Desperate Housewives", the sons of Bree and Rex are loved by everyone because they are cute, playful, handsome, and a little cool little rebellious. However, in the 21st episode of the second season of "Desperate Housewives", Bree couldn't help but let Andrew experience the hardship of life by himself. In the third season, Andrew finally turned his back and knew his mistake. Later, he became Bree's good assistant and helped Bree through one difficulty after another.
Paul Andreu (Paul Andreu) French architect, works include the New Arc de Triomphe, China National Grand Theater, etc.
Andrew Stuart "Andy" Tanenbaum (Andrew Stuart "Andy" Tanenbaum) Dutch Minix system author
Andrew Stimpson (Andrew Stimpson) was Scots man who was confirmed to be infected with human immunodeficiency disease (HIV) and tested negative.