Andrija name religion, origin and Andrija name pronunciations:
Meaning of name Andrija. Etymology : Croatian and Serbian form of ANDREW. Saint : Origin : Croatian.
Andrija is baby boy name mainly popular in Christian religion and its main origin is . Andrija name meanings is Manly. People search this name as Andrija. Other similar sounding names can be Andrew.
Popular personalities with Andrija Name.
Andrija YivkoviY is a soccer player for the FK Teleoptik, FK Partizan, Serbia national under-17 football team, Serbia national under-19 football team, and Serbia national under-20 football team. Andrija was born on July 11th, 1996 in NiY.
Andrija PavloviY is a soccer player for the FK YukariYki, FK Rad, FK PaliY, FK BASK, and Serbia national under-21 football team. Andrija was born on November 16th, 1993 in Belgrade.
Andrija BaliY is a soccer player for the Udinese Calcio, NK Dugopolje, and HNK Hajduk Split. Andrija was born on August 11th, 1997 in Split, Croatia.
Andrija ArtukoviY was a Minister of Interior of the Independent State of Croatia, Minister of Justice of the Independent State of Croatia, and State Secretary. Andrija was born on November 19th, 1899 in LjubuYki. They left this life on January 16th, 1988.
Andrija KaluYeroviY is a soccer player for the FK Rad, OFK Beograd, FK NjegoY LovYenac, FK MaYva Yabac, FK Hajduk Beograd, FK Spartak Subotica, FK RadniYki Pirot, Red Star Belgrade, Beijing Guoan F.C., Racing de Santander, FK Vojvodina, AEL Limassol, FC Thun, Al-Shahania Sports Club, and Serbia national u. Andrija was born on July 5th, 1987 in BaYka Topola.
Andrija was born on January 23rd, 1857 in Volosko near Opatija, Croatia. They left this life on December 18th, 1936.
He holds the title Prince of Hum. His most notable accomplishments were from 1216 to 1218.
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