Gender Feminine
Usage Galician
Pronounced Pron. an-TEE-a
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Meaning & History

Galician feminine form of Antonius (see Anthony).

Related Names

Masculine FormAntón
Other Languages & CulturesLatonya(African American) Antonia(Ancient Roman) Antonia, Antoniya, Donka(Bulgarian) Antonija, Antea, Antica, Antonela, Antonia, Nela, Tonka(Croatian) Antonie(Czech) Antonia(Danish) Antonia, Teuna(Dutch) Antonia, Antonette, Nia, Tawnya, Toni, Tonia, Tonya(English) Toini(Finnish) Antoinette, Toinette(French) Antonia(German) Antonia(Greek) Antónia(Hungarian) Antonia, Antonella, Antonietta, Nella, Tonina(Italian) Antonija(Latvian) Antonia(Norwegian) Antónia, Antonieta(Portuguese) Antônia(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Antonia(Romanian) Antonija(Serbian) Antónia(Slovak) Antonija, Tonka(Slovene) Antonia, Antonieta(Spanish) Antonia(Swedish)
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Entry updated August 31, 2007