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Meaning of Antonia: Comely, Helmet of God, Feminine of Anselm, Godly Helmet
Antonia was ranked 900 in 2013 list of US boys name and dropped by 1.35% from its previous ranking of 888 in 2012. Antonia was ranked 711 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 2.45% from its previous ranking of 694 in 2014. First name derived from Antoinette. Comes from the Greek "anthonomos" means "flower that feeds" If Day February 28. Antonia are of an exceptional energy and endurance. Weighted, intelligent,Antoniaare curious and interested in everything. We always enriched with them. Discrete, volunteers, proud,Antoniaare sentimental that preserve their secret garden. Generous, devoted, their moral is demanding. In love, their discreet seduction is not less effective.
Full form of Antonia : Authentic Nurturing Trustworthy Outspoken Normal Intuitive Alert
Antonia is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Antonia is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1920 and ranked 711 (0.006588% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 34631 people wear Antonia as their first name. Antonia is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 711 (0.006588% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 34631 people have Antonia as their first name. Antonia is not a native United States and Antonia may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.009687% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Antonia is 11.
Antonia have high energy levels, just like a child. Antonia are highly sensitive and possess a high sense of awareness. Antonia are gifted with a sixth-sense, in addition to discerning and inspiring qualities.
Names that rhyme with Antonia
Adonia, Aldonia, Alonia, Altonia, Alvonia, Alzonia, Andonia, Ansonia, Anthonia, Antigonia, Apollonia, Apolonia, Applonia, Appollonia, Appolonia, Ardonia, Areonia, Arizonia, AtoniaFamous people named Antonia
Antonia Scheurlen in Der Einsturz - Die Wahrheit ist tödlich as Actress
Antonia Davies in Lords of London as Actress
Antonia Frering in I Can't Think Straight as Actress
Antonia Kidman in In Entertainment as
Antonia Yannouli in A Nightmare on Elm Street as Actress
Antonia Okonma in Episode #1.1 as Actress
Antonia Iulia Pop in Rhodes Learns from the Things as Actress
Antonia Dauphin in Coco avant Chanel as Casting Director
Antonia Lingemann in Zeiten ändern Dich as Actress
Antonia Kinlay in Touch as Actress
Antonia Arslan is an anthropologist, professor and Italian writer of Armenian family.
Antonia Bird is well-known for directing movie Face Names like Antonia Antonia Namesakes Related Names: English: Tonia, Tonya, Nettie (Lady, Princess), Netta,
French: Toinette, Antoinette,
Other: Onita, Tona, Netti (Diminutive of names ending in "cute".), Antonisha, Nety (A deriative of Antonia in language), Tonette, Toinetta, Antonina (Italian;Polish;Russian;Ancient Roman), Antoinetta, Antionette, Anthonia, Antoniah, Antonial, Antonica (Counsel from the Elves, Elf, Magical Counsel), Antonieo (Noble Friend, Diminutive of Alvin, Invaluable), Antonieta, Antonietta (Italian), Antoniette, Antoniina (Finnish variant spelling of Antonina), Antonij (Macedonian) , Antonije (Serbian) , Antonijo (Croatian)
Posts having Antonia: Comments :Antonia is a proper name of the person Italian women. It is the feminine form of Antonio, a name that, despite attempts paretimologici to bring it back to the greek ανθος ( Anthos , "flower"), is of unknown origins Etruscan.
Was already in use in 'Ancient Rome, and was led, among others, the mother of Emperor Claudius, Antonia Minor. From the Renacimento it was erroneously attributed a Greek origin because of its resemblance to the noun "άνθος" (anthos) which means "flower". This led to think that their etymology was "praiseworthy" or "one who deserves flowers".
Variants of the name are : Antonella, Antoinette, Antonina, Antonian, Antonica, Tonina, Antonio. - Noah Englehart Popularity of Antonia