Antonay name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and Greek
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Antonay
Meaning: Priceless, Highly Praiseworthy, From a Roman Clan Name, In the 17th Century and Who Eats Flower
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What does Antonay mean?

Uncommon girl name Antonay has its origin in Latin and Greek. Antonay is a version of well-known Antony. Antony is variant form of long standing, saintly and frequently used Anthony. Uncommon Antony is originated from Greek and Latin, Antony means "Priceless, In the 17th Century and Highly Praiseworthy".

Variants of Antonay

Antony, Antonius, Anthony, Anhtony, Anthonius, Anton, Akoni, Tonio, Briananthony, Anthonyjames

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How popular is the name Antonay?

Antonay is a rare baby name in United States and may not be used now as it was last seen in 1998. As per our evaluation, over 10 babies have been bestowed Antonay around the globe.



What numerology tells about Antonay?

You prefer originality and hard work instead of taking the easier road to success. You are a seducer who doesn't care about true love but deep inside, you die to find someone who will teach you what true love looks like. Your happiness and well-being, as well as the happiness and health of the ones you love, are the things you care about. People often mistake you for a fool but you always find an indirect way to prove them wrong.

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