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Antonia, Antónia, Antônia, or Antonía is a feminine given name and a surname.
It is of Roman origin, used as the name of women of the Antonius family. Its meaning is "priceless", "praiseworthy" and "beautiful". Antonia is a Danish, Dutch, English, Faroese, Finnish, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, and Swedish name used in the United States, most of Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Western Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Philippines, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, India, Pakistan, Spain, Italy, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, part of Serbia, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Greenland, Estonia, Republic of Karelia, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, South Sudan, Sudan, and Ethiopia.

Antónia is a Hungarian, Portuguese, and Slovak feminine form of Anton, Antal and António used in Hungary, Slovakia, Portugal, Brazil, Namibia, South Africa, Angola and Mozambique as well as parts of Romania. Antônia is a Portuguese feminine form of Antônio used in Portugal, Brazil, Namibia, South Africa, Angola and Mozambique. Antonía is an Icelandic feminine form of Antonie used in Iceland. Antonia (Greek: Αντωνία) is the feminine form of Antonios (Αντώνιος) and Antonis (Αντώνης)[5] used mainly in Greece and Cyprus.

Anthonia – Danish, Finnish, Swedish
Antoaneta – Bulgarian
Antoinette – French
Antonela – Albanian
Antonella – Danish, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
Antoneta – Albanian
Antonette – English
Antonia – Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, German, Georgian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
Ántonia – Bohemian
Antonía – Icelandic
Antònia – Catalan
Antónia – Hungarian, Portuguese, Slovak
Antônia – Portuguese
Antonie – Czech, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish
Antonieta – Portuguese
Antonietta – Italian, Spanish
Antonija – Croatian, Latvian, Serbian, Slovene
Antonina – Italian, Polish
Antonine – Danish, Norwegian, Swedish
Antía – Galician
Nedda – Italian
Nela – Croatian, Czech, Slovak
Nettie – Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
Teuna – Dutch
Toini – Finnish
Toni – English
Toñi – Spanish
Tonia – English, Polish
Tonka – Croatian, Slovene
Tony – English
Tonya – English, Russian, Ukrainian
Tončica – Croatian (Dalmatian)
Tosia – Polish
Αντωνία (Antonia or Andonia) – Greek
Roman women
The name of any women of the Antonius family in Ancient Rome:

Antonia (aunt of Mark Antony), the daughter of Marcus Antonius (orator)
Antonia Hybrida Major, the first daughter of politician Gaius Antonius Hybrida she married the tribune Lucius Caninius Gallus
Antonia Hybrida Minor, the second daughter of politician Gaius Antonius Hybrida, she married her cousin Mark Antony
Antonia (wife of Vatinius), sister of Mark Antony, she married Publius Vatinius
Daughters of Mark Antony
Antonia (wife of Pythodoros), married wealthy Greek Pythodoros of Tralles
Antonia Major, grandmother of Roman Empress Valeria Messalina and Roman Emperor Nero
Antonia Minor, mother of Roman Emperor Claudius and grandmother of Roman Emperor Caligula
Iulla Antonia, maternal granddaughter of Octavia Minor and paternal granddaughter of Mark Anthony
Antonia Tryphaena, granddaughter Pythodoros of Tralles, princess of Pontus
Antonia Furnilla, mother of Marcia (mother of Trajan) and Marcia Furnilla
Claudia Antonia, Roman princess, granddaughter of Antonia Minor and a daughter of Roman Emperor Claudius
Antonia Clementiana, daughter of Roman Governor of Judea, Antonius Felix
Antonia Agrippina, a possible granddaughter of Roman Governor of Judea, Antonius Felix
Antonia Gordiana, daughter, sister and mother of Emperors Gordian I to III respectively
Antonia and Alexander, Roman Catholic saints
Other people
Antônia (footballer)
Mother Antonia, Mexican nun
Nina Antonia, British journalist and writer
Antonia Ax:son Johnson, Swedish businesswoman
Antonia of Baux, queen consort of Sicily
Antonia Byatt, British novelist and poet
Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Northern Irish actress
Jane Antonia Cornish, British Contemporary classical music composer
Antonia of Douro, descendant of emperor Wilhelm II of Germany
Toni Garrn, (born Antonia Garrn), German model
Antonia Göransson, Swedish footballer
Antonia Iacobescu, Romanian singer also known as "Antonia"
Antonia Kidman, Australian journalist and sister of Nicole Kidman
Antonia Kinlay, British actress
Antonia Lofaso, American celebrity chef and restaurateur
Antonia of Luxembourg
Antônia Melo
Antonia Moraiti (born 1977), Greek water polo player
Antonia Nava de Catalán (1779 – 1843), heroine of the Mexican War of Independence
Antonia Novello, first female and Hispanic Surgeon General of the United States
Antonia Papandreou, American engineer
Antónia of Portugal, Portuguese princess
Antonia Pozzi, Italian poet
Antonia Prebble, New Zealand actress
Antonia Rados, Austrian television journalist
Bahamadia, (born Antonia Reed), American hip-hop artist
Antonia Scarpa, American film director and musician of Sicilian descent
Antonia Stergiou (born 1985), Greek high jumper
Antonia Thomas, British actress
Antonia Wright, American reality television personality
Susan Williams Antonia Stockard, birthname of Stockard Channing
Fictional people
Antonia Ridderfjell, fictional character in the Bert Diaries comic book adaptions, cousin of Emilia Ridderfjell
Antonia, heroine in the Gothic novel The Monk.
Ántonia, a character within the novel My Ántonia.
Helena Antonia (1550–1595), bearded female court dwarf
Jarchinio Antonia (born 1990), Curaçaoan footballer

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