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Antonio

What does the name Antonio mean?
 In the Latin origin, Antonio means "Priceless; Flourishing; Flower".  
 In the Literary origin, Antonio means "Appeared in Merchant of Venice; Much Ado About Nothing; Twelfth Night; The Tempest; Two Gentlemen of Verona".  
 In the Spanish origin, Antonio means "Antonio \a-nto-nio, an-tonio\ as a boy's name is pronounced an-TOH-nee-oh. It is of Spanish and Italian origin. Variant of Anthony. This form is even more popular than Antoine, likely due to the number of Spanish-speaking immigrants to America. Saint Anthony of Padua is a very important saint in the Catholic church, venerated on June 13. Football player Antonio Freeman; actor Antonio Banderas.

Antonio has 8 variant forms: Antino, Antolin, Antonito, Anton, Antonello, Antonino, Antonius and Tony.

Baby names that sound like Antonio are Antonin and Antoni.

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 Antonio is 7 Letters long.
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Antonio Written In Chinese (Pinyin) 

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