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Gender: F Meaning of Antonina: "priceless one" Origin of Antonina: Spanish diminutive of Antonia

This adorable short form makes the lush and grownup Antonia sound daintier and more childlike. A great nickname option for those who don't like Toni or Tonia, but Antonia is better on the birth certificate.

Famous People Named Antonina

Antonina, wife of Byzantine general Belisarius
Antonina De Angelis, beatified Italian nun
Antonina Houbraken, 18th-century Dutch draughtswoman (artist) known for her topographical drawings, landscapes, and portraits
Antonina Vladimirovna Krivoshapka, Russian sprinter
Antonina Miliukova, wife of Russian composer Tchaikovsky
Antonina Pirozhkova, Russian engineer
Antonina Vasylchenko, Ukrainian model
Antonina Zabinski, Polish zookeeper's wife who hid hundreds of Jews from the Nazis

Pop Culture References for the name Antonina

'Antonina' (1850), a 5th-century romance by Wilkie Collins; title character is the daughter of Numarian, a Roman Christian