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The name Anthony is derived from the Latin name Antonius. A variant of the given name is Antony.
- Antony, Cornwall (usage varies)
- Anthony, Florida
- Anthony, Indiana
- Anthony, Kansas
- Anthony, New Jersey
- Anthony, New Mexico
- Anthony, Texas
This section lists people commonly referred to solely by this name.
Saints and clerics
Main article: Saint Anthony (disambiguation)
- St. Anthony the Great, of Egypt, 4th century founder of Christian monasticism
- St. Anthony the Hermit (Antony of Lerins), 5th century hermit of Italy and Gaul
- St. Anthony of Kiev, founder of Russian monasticism
- St. Anthony of Padua, considered the greatest miracle worker of the thirteenth century
- St. Antoninus of Florence, archbishop of Florence
- Anthony I of Portugal, (known commonly as António, Prior of Crato), disputed King of Portugal and the Algarves
- Antoine of Navarre (also known as Anthony of Navarre), King of Navarre and Duke of Bourbon
- Antoine, Duke of Lorraine
- Anton of Saxony (also known as Anthony of Saxony), King of Saxony
- Anthony (comics), Indian comic book character
- Anthony (Encantadia), fictional character in Encantadia
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- Antony (disambiguation)
- Anton (disambiguation)
- Antonia (disambiguation)
- Saint Anthony (disambiguation)
- Tony (disambiguation)
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