- a female given name: derived from Antonius.
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Examples from the Web for antonia
By Antonia Marrero and Adam Grannick for the Moral Courage Project How much does your job matter to you?Reporter Loses Her Job for Staying Honest
March 17, 2014
By Irshad Manji and Antonia Marrero for the Moral Courage Project In the big city, finding love is hard enough.HONOR THIS!
February 3, 2014
By Antonia Marrero and Adam Grannick for the Moral Courage Project The choice to expose a pedophile is a no-brainer, right?Rebel Rabbi Exposes Child Molesters
January 27, 2014
He had just returned from Iraq and his wife Carol and daughter Antonia were away.My Friend and Mentor, Christopher Hitchens
December 16, 2013
By one account, Antonia and her best friend, Emily, had been found still holding hands.The First Funeral for Moore, Oklahoma
May 24, 2013
But I am clear-sighted, and I shall not use that word to you, Antonia!
"This is the quintessence of my journalism; that is the supreme argument," he said to Antonia.
He folded his arms on his breast, and looked steadily at Antonia's profile.
And again she seemed to see the despair of the unfortunate Antonia.
Send Antonia; and come again soon—soon, do you hear, Margaret?Margaret Montfort
Laura E. Richards
Word Origin and History for antonia
fem. proper name, from Latin Antonia, fem. of Antonius (see Anthony).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper