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Name Anderson - Meaning and Origin

Name Anderson - Meaning and Origin


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Origin of first name:

Greeks

Meaning of the name:

Anderson means "son of Andrew" and derives its origin from Greek. It means "brave".

Celebrities:

Brazilian footballers Anderson Souza Conceição and Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira (aka "Anderson"), Brazilian sportsman Anderson da Silva, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), Brazilian basketball player Anderson França Varejão, journalist and host new -yorkian Anderson Cooper (CNN) ...

His character :

Anderson is serious, conscientious and very ambitious. His family can count on him at any time. Like its rationality and frankness, responsibility is an innate quality at Anderson. His major assets: he is very picky in what he does and endowed with an unparalleled creative spirit. He is also a brave and very willing person.

Derivatives:

Andrew, André, Andréa.

His party :

There is no known feast date for Anderson.

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