What does Andie mean?
Andie [andie] as a girls' name (also used less regularly as boys' name Andie) is pronounced an-DEE. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Andie is "manly, virile". Nickname of Andrea. Actress/model Andie MacDowell.
Associated with: greek.
25 more related forms via Andrea: Aindrea, Ande, Andera, Andere, Anderea, Andra, Andre, Andrean, Andreas, Andree, Andrel, Andrena, Andrene, Andresa, Andrew, Andreya, Andri, Andria, Andrina, Andrine, Andy, Aondrea, Aundrea, Ondrea and Ondria.Creative forms:
(female) Anadie, Ante, ..
(male) Andan, Andes, .. Middle name pairings:
Andie Mariya (A.M.), ..
How popular is Andie?
Andie is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Andie is an unusual surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Andie was first listed in 1991 and reached its highest position of #1330 in the U.S. in 1995, and is at #1404 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Andrea (#117 in recent rankings), Andi (#911), Andria, Aundrea, Andrew, Andree, Andre and Andra are the prominent related forms of Andie (#1404 in recent rankings). Other variants, like Andrine, are seldom used. These forms of Andie were favored as baby names during 1980-1989 (adoption of 0.7%) and are now significantly less widespread (adoption 0.2%, down 73%), with the form Andrea falling out of fashion. Andi is the most chic baby name among these.
Andie is pronounced similarly to Anda, Annda, Enda, Inda, Indee, India▼, Indu, Indya, Wandie, Wendee, Wendi▼, Wendie and Wendye. Other recommended names are Addi, Addie▼, Adia, Adie, Adin, Adine, Adrie, Aggie, Agie, Agnie, Aide, Ailie, Aldine, Aldis, Alfie, Alie, Allie▲, Alvie, Amie▼, Ammie, Anais▲, Anci, Ange, Angie▼, Ania, Anis, Anise, Anne▼, Annie▼, Annis, Annise, Anslie, Anthe, Antia, Antje, Ardia, Ardine, Arie, Arlie, Artie▼, Aude, Audie▼, Avie, Avrie, Cadie, Candie, Cyndie, Dedie, Dodie, Jodie▼, Kodie, Lindie, Mandie, Randie, Rodie, Rudie, Sadie▲, Sandie, Sindie, Sudie▼, Syndie and Tandie. These names tend to be more frequently used than Andie.