ANTONIO
GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: ahn-TO-nyo (Spanish, Italian)   [key]
Meaning & History
Spanish and Italian form of Antonius (see ANTHONY). A famous bearer was the Renaissance painter Antonio Pisanello.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Anton, Antonijo, Antun (Croatian)
DIMINUTIVES: Toño (Spanish), Antonello, Tonino, Tonio (Italian)
FEMININE FORMS: Antonia (Spanish), Antonia (Italian), Antonija (Croatian)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Antoine, Antwan (African American), Antonius (Ancient Roman), Andoni, Antton (Basque), Anton, Andon, Doncho (Bulgarian), Antoni (Catalan), Anton (Danish), Anton, Antoon, Antonie, Antonius, Teun, Teunis, Theun, Theunis, Ton, Toon (Dutch), Antony, Anthony, Tony (English), Antono, Anĉjo (Esperanto), Anton, Tõnis (Estonian), Anton, Anttoni, Toni (Finnish), Antoine (French), Antón (Galician), Anton (German), Antonis (Greek), Akoni, Anakoni (Hawaiian), Antal, Tóni (Hungarian), Antoon (Limburgish), Antanas (Lithuanian), Anton, Antonij, Andon, Doncho (Macedonian), Anton (Norwegian), Antoni (Polish), António, Toninho (Portuguese), Antônio (Portuguese (Brazilian)), Anton (Romanian), Anton (Russian), Antonije, Anto (Serbian), Anton, Tone (Slovene), Anton (Swedish), Anton (Ukrainian)
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