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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. un-TAW-nyu(Portuguese)
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Meaning & History

Portuguese, Slovak and Hungarian feminine form of Antonius (see ANTHONY).

Related Names

VariantAntônia(Portuguese (Brazilian))
Masculine FormsAntónio(Portuguese) Antônio(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Anton(Slovak) Antal(Hungarian)
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) Antonia(Norwegian) Antonia(Romanian) Antonija(Serbian) Antonija, Tonka(Slovene) Antonia(Spanish) Antonia(Swedish)
Same SpellingAntônia, Antonia
User SubmissionsÁntonia, Antònia, Antonía


People think this name is

classic   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   serious   nerdy  
Bulgaria: January 17 (as Antonia)
Estonia: January 12 (as Antonia)
Greece: January 17 (as Antonia)
Hungary: January 17
Slovakia: January 6
Sweden: October 17 (as Antonia)
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