Eng (an-TOH-nee-ah; AN-tuh-NEE-ah)
The name is a feminine form of Antonius. In Roman times, this name was used for the female offspring of the Antonii clan.
It was borne by several famous Roman matrons, including the daughter of Marc Antony (50 BCE-?).
Currently, Antonia is the 58th most popular female name in Germany, (2011) and the 72nd most popular in Croatia, (2010).
Other forms of the name include:
- Antonia (Catalan/Corsican/Croatian/Dutch/English/German/Greek/Italian/Polish/Romanian/Romansch/Scandinavian/Spanish)
- Antonija Антония (Croatian/Macedonian/Russian/Serbian/Slovene)
- Antonie (Czech/French)
- Antónia (Hungarian/Portuguese/Slovak)
- Antonía (Icelandic)
- Antía (Galician)