Is Andrew an Italian name?

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No, 'Andrew' isn't an Italian name. Names native to Italy tend not to include the letter 'w'. Instead, the Italian equivalent is 'Andrea', which is pronounced 'ahn-DREH-ah'.
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An Italian name?

maria, cristina, elena, silvia, melissa, anna, anna-maria, caterina, magdalena, giulia, there are loads!

How did Italian get its name?

Italian people get it's name from old people..........then old people remember the date that they invented and now in Italy they also use there name did you know the date th

What is 'Andrew' in Italian?

Andrea is the Italian equivalent of 'Andrew'. It traces its origins back to 'Andreia', which is Greek for 'manhood, valor'. It's pronounced 'ahn-DRAY-ah'.
In English to Italian

What is the Italian translation of the English phrase 'My name is Andrew Fulcher and Ionly speak English'?

Mi chiamo Andrew Fulcher e solo parlo inglese is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "My name is Andrew Fulcher, and I only speak English". Specifically, the reflexi