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Anthony

[ an-tuh-nee for 1, 2; an-thuh-nee for 3; an-thuh-nee or, especially British, -tuh- for 4 ]
/ ˈæn tə ni for 1, 2; ˈæn θə ni for 3; ˈæn θə ni or, especially British, -tə- for 4 /
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noun

Saint, a.d. 251?–356?, Egyptian hermit: founder of Christian monasticism.
Susan Brow·nell [brou-nel], /ˈbraʊ nɛl/, 1820–1906, U.S. reformer and suffragist.
a male given name: from Latin Antonius, a family name.

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Anthony
/ (ˈæntənɪ) /

noun

Saint. ?251–?356 ad, Egyptian hermit, commonly regarded as the founder of Christian monasticism. Feast day: Jan 17
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