D’andré - Meaning of D’andré

What does D’andré mean?

[ syll. d’a-ndr&eacut-e; ] The baby boy name D’andré is of Old Greek origin. D’andré is a variant of D'andre (English).

See also the related category greek.

D’andré is not regularly used as a baby boy name. It is not listed in the top 1000.

Baby names that sound like D’andré include Dandray, Dandré, DeAndray, Deontrae, Deontray, Deontre, Dandrae, Dandree, Dantrey, DeAndrae, Deandrae, Deiondray, Deondray, Dimitr (Slavic), Dimitre (Russian), Diondray, Dmitrii (Russian), Dmitro (Ukrainian), Dmitry (Russian), and Dondar.

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