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One question: Why?
Curious me  9/21/2018
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Antonetta is an Italian variant.
KathosAnnora  12/29/2016
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My best friend's name is Antonette and she was named after her father who's names is Anthony. She and I both thought it was just a made up name and everyone- incuding me- tends to think it's an illterate variant of Antoinette so I never thought it was that amazing. But it is uncommon around here so I guess that's a plus.
Poco  9/12/2012
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This is my birth name, although I usually go by the nickname "Toni" (Anne had bad connotations in our family). I was named after my agnate grandmother, who was born in the 1920s. It used to make me cringe when I heard my full name on the first day of class, but I was always complimented on how pretty a name it is.

I love it now, because it is so rare and unique in the States, especially in my generation (Gen-Y). Although, I still can get annoyed when people assume it AntoInette and pronounce it thus. There *is no "i"* in my name. It is *not* French! So be prepared for that if you decide to name you kid this in the U.S.
lotiel  1/2/2009
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The Bulgarian Antoaneta Stefanova is the 2004 Women's World Chess Champion.
iva_toneva  5/8/2006
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The Bulgarian variant of "Antonette" is "Antoaneta".
iva_toneva  5/4/2006

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