Antonio meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Antonio No. of characters: 7 Gender: BoyOrigin: Spanish Italian Croatian Latin
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Meanings: Highly Praiseworthy From a Roman Clan Name In the 17th Century Priceless Of Inestimable Worth Invaluable Spanish Form of Anthony Beyond Praise Italian form of Anton (meaning similar to an ancient Roman sex). In Italy, very popular. Namesakes: Antonio Vivaldi, Italian composer.

Antonio was ranked 157 in 2016 list of US boys name and dropped by 5.37% from its previous ranking of 149 in 2015. Antonio was ranked 935 in 2013 US female names list and elevated by 1.27% from its previous ranking of 947 in 2010.

Full form of Antonio : Affectionate Nonconforming Theatrical Open-Minded Nationalistic Industrious Ordinary

Antonio is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Antonio was uncommon first name for a boy but is a widely used first name for a boy which is popular since 2016 and ranked 157 (0.064638% bearer) in 2016 in United States. Around 244971 people wear Antonio as their first name. First name of Antoine. Comes from the Greek "anthonomos" Means "who eats flower" Celebrates January 17 Name seems a United States native name if we look into the dominance Antonio showcases in the charts. 0.067773% of people in US have this given name.

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Saint Anthony the Great was born in Egypt in 250 into a wealthy family. Orphan and heir to 18 years, this rich man's son decides to leave everything to the service of God. He distributed all his possessions to the poor and retired to the desert to lead a hermit's life and prayer. Others will join the lonely, thus was born the first monastery. St. Anthony is the precursor of monasticism. On June 13, it celebrates St. Anthony of Padua. Saint Anthony the Great was born in Egypt in the year 250 in an easy family. Orphan and heir to 18 years, this son of rich decides to leave everything for the service of God. He distributes all his goods to the poor and withdraws to the desert, to lead a life of hermit and prayer. Other solitaries will join him, so that is the first monastery. Saint Anthony is the precursor of monasticism. On June 13, we celebrate St. Anthony of Padua.

Expression number of Antonio is 7. They are of exceptional energy and stamina. Antonio likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Antonio are gifted with an analytical mind. Robust, weighted, intelligent, they are curious and interested in everything. Antonio are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone. We always get rich in their company. Discreet, combative, proud, they are sentimental who preserve their secret garden. They have business acumen. Ambitious, they make every effort to succeed.

Names that rhyme with Antonio Famous people named Antonio
Vivianne Antonios in Bab el shams as Actress
Enrica Antonioni in Fare un film per me è vivere as Director
Leslie DeAntonio in Shallow Hal as Actress
Antoinette Antonio in Gamer as Actress
Sara Antonio in The Window East as Actress
Christy Antonio in Best Laid Plans as Actress
Toni D'Antonio in Precious Cargo as Actress
Carmen D'Antonio in Cheyenne Autumn as Actress
Steffi DiDomenicantonio in Stage Fright as Actress
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in Scarface as Actress
Names like Antonio Antonio Namesakes Related Names: Anta Antaeus Antaja Antajuan Antal Antalya Antanae Antanasia Antanay Antanea Antaneisha Antanesha Antanette Antania Antanika Antanique Antanisha Antaniya Antaniyah Antar Comments :Jina Dygert Antonio is a proper name Spanish, Italian and Portuguese male, the female version is Antonia. Probable Greek origin and unknown meaning, derived from Antonius (in Latin ), which was interpreted as "one who confronts his enemies" or "brave". The name experienced a stable spread in environments Christians as early as the fourth century thanks to the devotion to Saint Anthony Abbot, and its use was further consolidated in the Middle Ages, with the worship of Sant ' Antonio from Padua. In Italy Antonio is one of the most common and characteristic names, passed in spreading only by Giuseppe and Giovanni and well attested in the whole peninsula. The shape Antonico is typical of Sardinia, while the archaism Antuono, typical of Southern Italy, it is now used almost exclusively in the informal spoken language and survives in some surnames as Abatantuono and Mastrantuono. Variants of the name Anton, Antoñito, Antonini, Antonín, Tano, Tanos, Tanus, Toito, Toni, Toto, Toniet, Andoni, Antanas, Anthony, Antoine, Anton, Antoni, Antonio, Antóni. Popularity of Antonio
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Other variants of Antonio :Antoine Antwan Antonius Andoni Antton Anton Andon Doncho Antoni Antoon Antonie Teun Teunis Theun Theunis Ton Toon Antony Anthony Tony Antono Anĉjo Tõnis Anttoni Toni Antón Antonios Antonis Akoni Anakoni Antal Tóni Antanas Antonij António Toninho Antônio Antonije Anto Tone  English Boy Names :  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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