Home > -andy Names

Girl Names Ending with -andy

Andy ending baby names and what they mean, with 26 results. -andy names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity 5 decades ago (USAGE OF 0.5%), but now, names like Candy have become somewhat outmoded. Gandy (TOP 2%) and Grandy (7%) are conventional -andy last names.

-andy names

Amandy - Sandy | Shandy - Zandy

Amandy - Sandy

Amanda and variants

Mandy1, Amandy
Forms of Amanda. From Latin word. "Fit to be loved, lovable." Popular as last names. Compare Amandy, Mandy (22%) and common surnames Nandy (TOP 81%), Mundy (2%), with the -ndy suffix.

Var. of Andrea. Derivative of Greek language. "Manly, virile." Cross-gender use. Not much used as a girls' name, Andy is found more conventionally as a last name.


From English element. The name of the distilled wine .. Slightly novel as a baby name, Brandy occurs somewhat often as a last name. See also Breanda.

Stems fr. English element. Based on the English word. Burgandy is not frequently adopted as a girls' name.

Candace and variants

Kandy1, Candy1
Var. of Candace. Derived fr. Latin word. "Clarity, whiteness." Adoption of Kandy and variants was elevated 5 decades ago.


Var. of Candida. Source fr. Latin. "White." Less used today. Candy last appeared in 2010 in the Top 2000. See also Mandy.

Candy3, var. Kandy2
Root fr. English language. "Sweet." Usage of Candy as a children's name has trended downward circa 1960-1969.

Kandy3, Candy4
Var. of Kandace. Origin fr. Latin element. "Clarity, whiteness." Less common today. Candy was the version last listed (2010) in the Top 2000.

Var. of Chandra. Origin fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "Moon shining." Chandy is unusual as a children's name. See also Cyndy.

Var. of Jane. Derived fr. Hebrew word. "God is gracious." Rare. Jandy is not found in the US Demographics. See also Candy.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -andy names: Brandy, Candy, Kandy, Mandy, Randy, Sandy

Stems fr. English, Latin. "Lovable." Mandy is a familiar (UPPER 11%) given name, and appears often (UPPER 22%) as a surname. See also Mandee.

Var. of Melinda. Origin fr. Latin. "Sweet." Used somewhat widely as a girls' name, Mandy is similar to the popular Sandy. See also Minty.

Form of Manda. Derived fr. Latin. "Lovable." Mandy has fallen off in popularity as a birth name circa the 1970s. See also Mandi.

Form of Normandie. .. the province of Normandy in eastern .. Normandy is an atypical given name, appearing regularly (TOP 51%) as a surname.


Derivative of English, Latin elements. "Admirable." Adoption of Randy peaked during 1950-1959, but now, Randy has become somewhat dated. Cross-gender use.

Var. of Miranda. Origin fr. Latin element. "Worthy of admiration." Less widespread today. Randy was last found in 1970-1979 in the Top 2000. Unisex name.


Source fr. Greek element. Pet form, originally Scottish, of Alexandra .. Gender-neutral name. Used somewhat widely as a children's name, Sandy is similar to the popular Mandy.

Form of Alexandra. Root fr. Greek word. "Man's defender." Gender-neutral name. Sandy is frequently occurring (UPPER 8%) as a first name, and is found commonly (UPPER 4%) as a last name.

Var. of Sandra. Derived fr. English element. .. Comedienne Sandra Bernhard. Sandy is widely used as a girls' name among the versions of Sandra. Gender-neutral name.

Var. of Cassandra. Origin fr. Greek element. "Shining upon man." Used somewhat frequently as a girls' name, Sandy is comparable to the conventional Randy. Cross-gender use.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -andy names for girls.

1. Amandy - Sandy
Amanda [Mandy, Amandy], Andrea [Andy], Brandy, Burgandy, Candace [Kandy, Candy], Candida [Candy], Candy [Kandy], Kandace [Kandy, Candy], Chandra [Chandy], Jane [Jandy], Mandy, Melinda [Mandy], Manda [Mandy], Normandie [Normandy], Randy, Miranda [Randy], Sandy, Alexandra [Sandy], Sandra [Sandy], Cassandra [Sandy]

Shandy, Shannon [Shandy], Tandy [Thandy], Tansy [Tandy], Wanda [Wandy], Zandra [Zandy]

Usage comparison for -andy names