Meaning of Drea
and the Origins of this baby name
The name Drea has the following meaning:
"Brave, strong". Thought to be the diminutive of the name "Alexandria".
It is a female name, suitable for baby girls.
As a baby girl name, Drea is currently not a popular baby name in the USA.
There are no available popularity statistics for the name Drea in the USA, for the past 100 years.
The name Drea is pronounced as dray-a
The following names are baby names related to Drea and are suitable names for brothers and sisters of Drea: Boys - Damasus
, Girls - Athena
, Both genders - Agnes
Popular Variants for the name Drea: Dreah
Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Drea to be: brave and adventurous
In one word, you might describe Drea as a(n) "brave
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The names of some famous persons by the name Drea
(or its variants) are:Sean Joseph Drea
, born on 3 March, a famous athlete. Sean Joseph Drea 's background: A former rower from Ireland who specializes in the single scull, he exposed himself to many sports before joining the Neptune Rowing Club. His achievements include winning the U.S. national championships in 1974, winning the Henley Royal Regatta's Diamond Sculls three years consecutively and managing a second in the 1975 World Championships.James Francis (Frank) Drea
, born on 7 July, a famous journalist. James Francis (Frank) Drea 's background: He started his career in journalismin 1955 when he joined Toronto Telegram. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in the 1971 provincial election and became Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations in 1978. Three years later, after the 1981 provincial election, he was appointed Minister of Community and Social Services.Drea De Matteo
, born on 19 January, a famous actress. Drea De Matteo 's background: An Italian American, she was born in New York in 1972. She initially wanted to become a director but eventually turned to acting instead. In 2004, de Matteo won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress (Drama) for her role as Adriana on The Sopranos---a HBO TV series. She was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for the very same role that year.