Antonia name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 8th, 2023
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and Greek
Usage: German, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, English, Scandinavian, Italian, Faroese, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Antonia a-nto-nia
Meaning: That Feeds on Flower and Priceless Inestimable
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What does Antonia mean?

Meaning of Antonia is That Feeds on Flower or Priceless Inestimable is majorly used in Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, English, Scandinavian, Danish, Faroese, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and German, a unisex name has origin in Greek and Latin.

Antonia is effeminate version of Antonius. Antonius is version of ever lasting and saintly Anthony. Antonius is Latin equivalent of Anton. Fashinable Leading and Eternal Antonius has its origin in Latin and Etruscan, Antonius means "Priceless One".

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How do I pronounce Antonia?

The two syllabled name Antonia is commonly pronounced as a-nto-nia. It can also be pronounced as an-tonia.

Variants of Antonia

Antonius, Ansonya, Ansonia, Tonja, Tonje, Antoinetta, Antoinette, Antonina, Antoine, Anthonius, Anthony, Anton, Annsonea, Anson, Antonie, Torny, Antonietta, Anntoinette, Anthonina, Antawn, Tonia, Titouan

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How popular is the name Antonia?

Antonia was among the popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1880 around 35341 babies have been given the given name. When at the peak of its usage in 1882, it ranked 336th when 669 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls.

However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 229 years. Additionally, the moniker has been in the top 500 baby names a staggering 77 times

Antonia is a common name in England and Wales given to over 3607 babies in 23 years.

The name is current favorite of the parents, in 1998, it ranked 189th when 234 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Also, Antonia was a common name in France.

Over 9981 babies have been named Antonia since 1900. When at its peak in 1900,. After 119 years, the name has past its prime. Antonia is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 200 names.

In 2006, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 199 on girl names chart when 35 babies were named Antonia. Over 567 people have been named Antonia in Switzerland. Also, in Belgium, the name has been in use since 1997 and has secured the place in top 400 names.

In 2015, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 322 on girl names chart when 32 babies were named Antonia. Over 244 people have been named Antonia in Belgium.

Antonia is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, even after 49 years of use, it could not make it big.

Over 360 babies in Ireland have been named Antonia. However things change on global perspective, Antonia is extremely popular in Brazil where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Mexico, Spain and Italy.

Also the baby name is popular in Argentina, Peru, Angola, Philippines, Greece, Guatemala, Paraguay, Venezuela, Bolivia, Germany, Cuba, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Colombia, Tanzania, El Salvador, Ecuador, England, Nicaragua, Austria, Romania and Chile.

As per our findings, over 2120000 babies have been bestowed Antonia around the globe.

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Antonia in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Antonia

People admire your charm and independent attitude about everything. Working harder than required is what you are known for. Change your attitude to change your life for the better. Small successes don't feed your soul. You like to be a part of the big game. You are pretty, smart and charismatic, you still doubt yourself. You always attract powerful ideas because of your strong intuition is what number 11 reveals of you as your expression no.

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Middle names for Antonia

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Sibling Names for Antonia

If you're considering naming your baby girl Antonia, you may also be wondering what names would pair well with it. Here are some sibling name ideas that match the classic elegance of Antonia, while still offering a unique touch to your family's name collection.

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Famous people named Antonia

  • Antonia the Elder, daughter of Triumvir Mark Antony and Octavia the Younger and a relative of the first Roman emperors of the Julio-Claudian dynasty
  • Antonia de Sancha, English actress and businesswoman best known as the former mistress of British Conservative Member of Parliament and Cabinet minister David Mellor which became public knowledge
  • Antonia Forest,
  • Antonia Zerbisias, Canadian journalist associated with the 'Toronto Star' from 1989 until she took early retirement
  • Antonia Terzi, Italian aerodynamicist
  • Antonia Brico, conductor and pianist
  • Antonia Barber, English author of books for children and adults
  • Antonia White, British writer
  • Antonia Scarpa, American filmmaker and musician born and raised
  • Antonia Bembo, Italian composer and singer
  • Antonia Stone, created the United States' first community technology centers
  • Antonia Brickell, had a 17-year career
  • Antonia Parvanova, Bulgarian politician and Member of the European Parliament
  • Antonia of Baux, second Queen consort of Frederick III
  • Antonia Gordiana, prominent
  • Antonia Bertucci-Pinelli, Italian painter of the Baroque period
  • Antonia Maury, American astronomer
  • Antonia Minor, younger of two daughters of Mark Antony and Octavia Minor
  • Antonia Fraser, British author of history, novels
  • Antonia Novello, American physician and public health administrator
  • Antonia Pantoja, Dr
  • Antonia Kidman, Australian journalist and TV presenter
  • Antonia Prebble, New Zealand actress, best
  • Antonia Okonma, British actress of Nigerian descent
  • Antonia San Juan, Spanish actress, director and screenwriter
  • Antonia Bird, English producer and director of television drama and feature films
  • Antonia Martínez, 20-year-old student at the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras
  • Antonia Bennett, American singer of adult alternative music
  • Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Northern Irish actress and former fashion designer
  • Antonia Juhasz, American oil and energy analyst, author
  • Antonia Herrero, Argentine film actress who has born in Spain
  • Antonia Rey, Cuban-born American actress
  • 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 Yannouli in A Nightmare on Elm Street 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.
  • In 1931, Antonia Arévalo characterized the role of Señora Elsie in drama, romance film Sombras del circo.
  • In 1983 drama flick, Zavartete vsichki sferi, Antonia Cholcheva characterized Predsedatelkata na blagotvoritelnoto druzhestvo.
  • In 1920 movie, Der galante König - August der Starke, Antonia Dietrich characterized Gräfin Cosel.
  • Antonia Dorian, from 2000 comedy, horror movie The Bare Wench Project, who portrayed Toni.
  • Antonia Fernández characterized minor role of Carmen in 1929 drama film El sexto sentido.
  • Antonia Liskova played leading role of Mara in 2007 drama, romance movie Riparo.
  • Antonia Mas portrayed the significant role of N in 1964 flick Sonría, por favor.
  • In 1977, Antonia Reininghaus played the role of Christine In movie Der Mädchenkrieg.
  • Antonia Reß played leading role of Mimi in 1997 family movie Dizzy, lieber Dizzy.
  • Antonia Santilli portrayed the vital character of Olga in 1974 adventure and comedy flick Neveroyatnye priklyucheniya italyantsev v Rossii.
  • In 2010 drama film, Post Mortem, Antonia Zegers played Nancy Puelma.
  • In 2000 documentary movie, Con todo mi amor, Rita, Antonia Fernandez portrayed N.
  • In 2005, Antonia Ionescu characterized the role of N in comedy movie Eminescu versus Eminem.
  • Antonia Peters portrayed small role of Julians Mutter in 2014 drama movie Mobber's End.
  • In 1931 flick, Ang monghita, Antonia Santos characterized N.

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