Meaning & History
Portuguese, Slovak and Hungarian feminine form of Antonius (see Anthony).
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) Antía(Galician) Antonia(German) Antonia(Greek) Antonia, Antonella, Antonietta, Nella, Tonina(Italian) Antonija(Latvian) Antonia(Norwegian) Antonia(Romanian) Antonija(Serbian) Antonija, Tonka(Slovene) Antonia, Antonieta(Spanish) Antonia(Swedish)
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Entry updated November 20, 2020