Antonietta name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and Greek
Usage: Italian, Finnish, Swedish and Danish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Antonietta a-nto-nietta
Meaning: That Feeds on Flower
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What does Antonietta mean?

Used in Finnish, Danish, Italian and Swedish rarefied, Antonietta means "That Feeds on Flower" and is rooted from Greek and Latin is used as a girl name. Antonietta is variant form of vintage sounding Antoinetta.

Antoinetta is variant of unfading and widely accepted Antoinette. Also Antoinetta is version of in fashion in fashion and desirable Antonia. Antoinetta is short form of Antonia. Antonietta is diminutive of Antonia.

Antonia is a feminine variation of Antonius. Of Greek and Latin origin, Odd Antonia, Antonia means "Priceless Inestimable and That Feeds on Flower".

How do I pronounce Antonietta?

Three syllabled Antonietta is most commonly pronounced as a-nto-nietta. The name can also be pronounced as anton(iet)-ta.

Variants of Antonietta

Antonius, Antoinetta, Antonella, Antoinette, Antonia

How popular is the name Antonietta?

Antonietta is a familiar baby name in United States, it had been in use since 1900 and was last seen in 2009, during its 80 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 2000 names.

In 1906, it ranked 1553rd when 52 girl were named Antonietta. Over 1215 people have been named Antonietta in United States. Antonietta is a unique baby name in France, it had been in use since 1925 and was last seen in 1995, during its 37 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 500 names.

In 1964, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 412 on girl names chart when 46 babies were named Antonietta. There are over 540 babies that have been given the name Antonietta in France.

Antonietta is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. But an extremely popular name in Italy where every 1 in 300 have the name.

According to our evaluation, over 280000 babies have been named Antonietta globally.

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Antonietta in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Antonietta?

You don't take them seriously because of their mediocre lives. Find someone who's into adventures, so you can enjoy life more. People see you as a stubborn and inflexible person. You are always open to experience something new. You are a good listener but give the worst advice. Daydreaming is your specialty but unlike most people, you try to make your dreams come true. You are a person of many talents but prefer to play on the safe side when it comes to earning profits.

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Sibling Names for Antonietta

If you're considering the name Antonietta for your baby girl, you may also be interested in finding sibling names that complement it. Below are some suggestions to inspire you and help you find the perfect name for your growing family.

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Famous people named Antonietta

  • Antonietta Stella, Italian operatic soprano
  • Antonietta Di Martino, retired Italian high jumper
  • Antonietta Bonomi is noted for her acting in movie Wounded Faces
  • In 1920, Antonietta Zanone portrayed the role of N In movie Principessa Misteriosa.


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Office for National Statistics,
  3. Institut national de la statistique et des ├ętudes ├ęconomiques,
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