Antonia (name)

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Pronunciation anne-TONE-eey-yah (USA) or ann-TON-ya (Italian)
Gender Female
Language(s) Latin

Antonia can refer to the girl's name Antonia, which (in English) is pronounced anne-TONE-eeh-yah or ann-TON-ya. It is of Roman origin, used as the name of women of the Antonius family and a feminine version of the name Antonio. Its meaning is "priceless", "praiseworthy" and "beautiful".

Feminine variants[edit]

Roman Antiquity[edit]

The name of any women of the Antonius family in Ancient Rome:

Other people[edit]

Fictional people[edit]

  • Antonia Ridderfjell, fictional character in the Bert Diaries comic book adaptions, cousin of Emilia Ridderfjell
  • Antonia, heroine in the Gothic novel The Monk.

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