Andraemon

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Greek
Meaning: uncertain
Ανδραίμονας

The name is of uncertain meaning but is most likely derived from the Greek, andros, meaning “man.”

The name is found in Greek mythology as the name of the husband of the nymph Dryope.

There are two other mythical characters mentioned by this name.

It is also the name of a species of butterfly.

The name would make a nice alternative to the classic Andrew.

Nickname options include Andy, and Andre.

Another form is the Italian, Andremone (very rare).

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