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Anderson is a Scandinavian and Scottish surname meaning "son of Anders/Andrew". In England it was only written with one s whereas it in Sweden can be written both Andersson and Anderson. In Norway and Denmark, the form Andersen is most common. The Scandinavian forms were usually rendered as Anderson by migrants to the US, helping it become one of the most common American surnames.

Places named Anderson

in Brazil

in Canada

in New Zealand

In the United Kingdom

in the United States of America

People named Anderson

Fictional characters named Anderson

Other uses

Also see Andersen

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