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Forename António

All over the world, António (António Angola Mozambique Portugal Guinea-Bissau Cabo Verde, Антонио Russia Bulgaria Serbia Moldova, 安东尼奥 China, among others...) is a very common manly first name. Firstname António is characteristic to Portugal, where it is a common male name, Angola, and Mozambique (explore name in all countries). Also, António is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name António

name Tones, name Антал, name Антоан, name Антониус, name Антоха, name アントニオ, name Antonios, name Antoine, name Antón, name Антоніу, name Antonije, name Anton, name Antonij, name Antoninus, name אנטוניו, name Анцін, name Antónios, name Антоній, name Antônio, name Αντόνιο, name Антоній, Антоні, name Antoni, name Ентони, name Антон, name Antonín, name Antonio, name Antal, name Антониу, name Anthony, name Антонино, name Антін, name Антонио, name Антуан, name Антониос, name Антоніа, name Antonin, name Антын, name Антун, name Antun, name 安东尼奥, name Toni, name Антоніно, name Antonius, name Антин, name Антони, name Antony, name Antin, name Антонин, name Антоний, name Антоніо, name Αντώνιος, name Antonino, name António, name Tonino, name Антоні, name Antoniu
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António Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Angola, Portugal, Cabo Verde
Антонио Moldova, Serbia, Bulgaria, Russia
安东尼奥 China
アントニオ Japan
Антониу Ukraine, Russia
אנטוניו Israel

First name António in the context

António is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: António Mora , the heteronym used by Fernando Pessoa; Antonio Alcántara , the Spanish fictional character, Cuéntame cómo pasó; Toni Cipriani , the protagonist of the 2005 video game 'Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto III; Tony Montana , the fictional character from Scarface and Antonio Dawson , the fictional character from the television series Chicago P.D., Chicago Fire, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of Anthony of Padua Anthony of Padua Anthony of Padua 13th century Franciscan friar and Doctor of the Church, Portugal (b. 1195) link
picture of António Tenreiro António Tenreiro António Tenreiro Portuguese author, Portugal (b. 1500) link
António Correia Baharem Portuguese military personnel, Portugal (b. 1450) link
picture of António da Silveira António da Silveira António da Silveira (b. 1490) link
picture of António de Noronha, 11th viceroy of Portuguese India António de Noronha, 11th viceroy of Portuguese India António de Noronha, 11th viceroy of Portuguese India Portuguese military personnel, Portugal (b. 1510) link
picture of António de Noronha António de Noronha António de Noronha Viceroy of Portuguese India, Portugal (b. 1520) link
picture of António Ribeiro Chiado António Ribeiro Chiado António Ribeiro Chiado Portuguese playwright, Portugal (b. 1520) link
António de Noronha, 1.º Conde de Linhares (b. 1464) link
António de Holanda Portuguese painter, Portugal (b. 1480) link
picture of António Moniz Barreto António Moniz Barreto António Moniz Barreto Portuguese military personnel, Portugal (b. 1530) link
António Freire Portuguese writer, Portugal (b. 1485) link
António Correia Portuguese admiral, Reino de Portugal (b. 1487) link
picture of António de Mariz António de Mariz António de Mariz Portugal (b. 1536) link
António de Ataíde Portuguese noble (b. 1500) link
António Leitão de Gambôa (b. 1490) link
António de Saldanha Portuguese explorer and diplomat, Portugal (b. 1500) link
António de Gouveia Educator and writer, Portugal (b. 1505) link
António de Gama Pereira Portuguese judge (b. 1520) link
António Rodrigues Portuguese architect of 16th century, Portugal (b. 1525) link
António Carreira Portuguese musician, Portugal (b. 1525) link
António Rodrigues (b. 1516) link
António Rodrigues (b. 1520) link
António de Ataíde, 2.º Conde da Castanheira (b. 1530) link
António de Castro, 4.º Conde de Monsanto (b. 1530) link
picture of Antonio de Aguilar Antonio de Aguilar Antonio de Aguilar Portuguese bishop of Ceuta and Tangiers, Portugal (b. 1563) link
António Lencastre roman-catholic bishop (b. 1546) link
António Pinheiro Portuguese composer, Portugal (b. 1550) link
picture of António Teles de Meneses António Teles de Meneses António Teles de Meneses Count of Vila Pouca de Aguiar, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António de Castelo Branco Portuguese Jesuit, 1556–1643, Portugal (b. 1556) link
picture of António de Sousa de Macedo António de Sousa de Macedo António de Sousa de Macedo Portuguese journalist, Portugal (b. 1606) link
picture of António Vieira António Vieira António Vieira Portuguese diplomat and missionary, Reino de Portugal (b. 1608) link
picture of António de Mendonça António de Mendonça António de Mendonça (b. 1600) link
António Pereira Lopes de Berredo (b. 1550) link
António Cavalcanti de Albuquerque Portuguese administrator in Colonial Brazil, Colonial Brazil (b. 1560) link
picture of António I of Kongo António I of Kongo António I of Kongo mwenekongo of the Kingdom of Kongo (b. 1617) link
António Fernandes Portuguese Jesuit missionary., Portugal (b. 1569) link
picture of António Serrão de Castro António Serrão de Castro António Serrão de Castro (b. 1610) link
Rodrigo Afonso de Sousa Portuguese writer, Portugal (b. 1544) link
António do Rosário roman-catholic bishop (b. 1576) link
António Leitão Jesuit missionary, born in Macao or China (b. 1578) link
picture of António das Chagas António das Chagas António das Chagas Portuguese Franciscan friar and ascetical writer, Portugal (b. 1631) link
António Brandão Portuguese historian, Portugal (b. 1584) link
António de Cristo Portugal (b. 1575) link
António Bocarro Portuguese historian, Portugal (b. 1594) link
António Carvalho de Parada Portuguese writer, Portugal (b. 1595) link
António Francisco Cardim Portuguese Jesuit missionary priest, Portugal (b. 1596) link
António Carreira Mourão Portuguese composer, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António Prestes Portuguese playwright, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António de São Jacinto Portuguese vicar general, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António de Maris Carneiro (b. 1590) link
António Mendes Caldeira Portuguese writer, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António Maldonado Portuguese mathematician, Portugal (b. 1600) link
António Delicado Portuguese author, Portugal (b. 1610) link
António Barbosa Bacelar Portuguese author, Portugal (b. 1610) link
picture of António de Carvalhal Esmeraldo e Câmara António de Carvalhal Esmeraldo e Câmara António de Carvalhal Esmeraldo e Câmara Portuguese poet, Portugal (b. 1662) link
picture of António de Oliveira Bernardes António de Oliveira Bernardes António de Oliveira Bernardes Portuguese painter, Portugal (b. 1662) link
António Veloso de Lira Portuguese priest, Portugal (b. 1616) link
António Moniz de Carvalho (b. 1610) link
António Mendes Arouca (b. 1610) link
António Costa Mascarenhas Portugal (b. 1610) link
António Brandão Archbishop of Goa, Portugal (b. 1620) link
picture of Antonio do Espirito Santo Antonio do Espirito Santo Antonio do Espirito Santo (b. 1632) link
António de Oliveira de Cadornega Portuguese soldier, chronicler, and historian, Portugal (b. 1623) link
picture of António Caetano de Sousa António Caetano de Sousa António Caetano de Sousa Portuguese religious servant (b. 1674) link
António Álvares da Cunha, Senhor de Tábua Portuguese politician, Portugal (b. 1626) link
António Lopes (1618–1677) (b. 1618) link
António Telles da Silva roman-catholic bishop (b. 1628) link
António de Vilas-Boas e Sampaio Portuguese historian, Portugal (b. 1629) link
António Pais de Sande (b. 1622) link
António Marques Lésbio Portuguese composer and poet, Portugal (b. 1639) link
António de Saldanha roman-catholic bishop (b. 1643) link
António Luís de Sousa, 2nd Marquis of Minas Portuguese general and noble, Portugal (b. 1644) link
António Vasconcelos e Sousa roman-catholic bishop (b. 1645) link
António do Rosário born 1647 died 1704 (b. 1647) link
António Pereira da Silva roman-catholic bishop (b. 1647) link
António Luís Coutinho da Câmara (b. 1638) link
picture of António Nunes Ribeiro Sanches António Nunes Ribeiro Sanches António Nunes Ribeiro Sanches Portuguese educationist, historian, physician and translator, Portugal (b. 1699) link
António Coelho Guerreiro Portuguese military personnel, Portugal (b. 1650) link
António Carvalho da Costa Portuguese writer, Portugal (b. 1650) link
António de Almeida Portugal Portugal (b. 1640) link
picture of António José da Silva António José da Silva António José da Silva Brazilian dramatist, Reino de Portugal (b. 1705) link
António da Penha de França (b. 1649) link
António Stieff (b. 1660) link
picture of António Pereira de Figueiredo António Pereira de Figueiredo António Pereira de Figueiredo Portuguese theologist (b. 1725) link
picture of Gomes Freire de Andrade, 1.º Conde de Bobadela Gomes Freire de Andrade, 1.º Conde de Bobadela Gomes Freire de Andrade, 1.º Conde de Bobadela Portugal (b. 1685) link
António Paes Godinho roman-catholic bishop (b. 1677) link
picture of António Correia Pinto de Macedo António Correia Pinto de Macedo António Correia Pinto de Macedo (b. 1719) link
António do Couto de Castelo Branco Portugal (b. 1669) link
Antonio Oliveira de Louredo Portuguese portrait painter, active in Lisbon from 1698 to 1704 (b. 1650) link
António de Albuquerque Coelho Portuguese politician, Portugal (b. 1682) link
picture of Carlos Seixas Carlos Seixas Carlos Seixas Portuguese composer, Portugal (b. 1704) link
António de Sousa de Macedo Portugal (b. 1677) link
António de Noronha de Albuquerque (b. 1680) link
António de Sousa Tavora roman-catholic bishop (b. 1690) link
António Carneiro de Sousa Portugal (b. 1680) link
picture of António Maria de Melo da Silva César e Meneses António Maria de Melo da Silva César e Meneses António Maria de Melo da Silva César e Meneses Portuguese military personnel, Portugal (b. 1743) link
picture of António Ribeiro dos Santos António Ribeiro dos Santos António Ribeiro dos Santos judge, writer and first head of National Library of Portugal, Portugal (b. 1745) link
António José Botelho Mourão (b. 1688) link
António de Mesquita Pimentel Portuguese colonial governor, Portugal (b. 1700) link
António Caetano Luís de Sousa, Marquês das Minas (b. 1690) link