Andrew is a perenially-popular classic which has never been out of the U.S. Top 100 since records began in 1880. It started at #24 in 1880, and slowly dipped lower, until reaching #86 in 1945. It then began slowly making its way back up the charts, and was in the Top 10 from 1986–94 and 1996–2007. The name then began moving back down slowly. In 2016, it was #34.
Andrew is also Top 100 in Scotland (#46), Canada (#62), Australia (#87), Ireland (#60), and Northern Ireland (#83).
The name is derived from the Greek Andreas, which comes from andreios (masculine, manly), a derivative of aner (man).
Other forms include:
1. André is French and Portuguese.
2. Andrey is Russian and Bulgarian, with the base nickname Andryusha.
3. Andrej is Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Macedonian, Serbian, and Croatian.
4. Andrés is Spanish and Icelandic. The variant Andres is Estonian.
5. Andriy is Ukrainian.
6. Andrus is Estonian.
7. Anders is Scandinavian.
8. Andreas is German, Scandinavian, Dutch, Welsh, and Greek.
9. Andries is Dutch, with the nickname Dries.
10. Andrejs is Latvian.
11. Andrius is Lithuanian.
12. Ander is Basque.
13. Andreu is Catalan.
14. Andria is Georgian, Corsican, and Sardinian. The Georgian nickname is Andro.
15. Andrzej is Polish.
16. Antero is Finnish. Nicknames include Antti, Atte, and Tero.
17. Andrei is Romanian.
18. Andraž is Slovenian.
19. Ondrej is Slovak. The variant Ondřej is Czech.
20. Aindréas is Irish.
21. Aindriú is also Irish.
22. András is Hungarian, with nicknames including Andris and Bandi. The variant Andras is Welsh.
23. Andor is a Hungarian variant.
24. Endre is often seen as a possible Hungarian form of Andrew, though it’s an etymologically unrelated pre-Christian name.
25. Andris is Latvian.
26. Andreja is Serbian.
27. Andrija is Serbian and Croatian.
28. Andro is Croatian.
29. Andrea is an exclusively male Italian name.
30. Aindrea is Scottish.
31. Ándaras is Sami.
32. Anaru is Maori.
33. Andrėjus is Lithuanian.
34. Andryu is Mordvin.
35. Andrieu is Occitan and Gascon.
36. Andriü is Medieval Occitan.
37. Entri is Chuvash.
38. Handrij is Sorbian.
39. Jynrek is Vilamovian.
40. Andri is Albanian.