Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Anthony"

People with the first name "Anthony"

Anthony Acker Anthony Agyeman-Duah Anthony Albers Anthony Allocca Anthony Allred Anthony Alridge Anthony Alwin Anthony Arkley Anthony Arr Anthony Arter Anthony Ashley-Griffith Anthony Aulds Anthony B. Viner Anthony Bangura Anthony Barefield Anthony Beauvais Anthony Bezyk-Dooling Anthony Blazier Anthony Blows Anthony Botte Anthony Boulter Anthony Bradford-Smith Anthony Branigan Anthony Broodie Anthony Bruning Anthony Burrill Anthony Bynoe Anthony Calderone Anthony Canter Anthony Carducci Anthony Caroll Anthony Cashion Anthony Cavo Anthony Caywood Anthony Collison Anthony Dinola Anthony Domanski Anthony Dryden Anthony Ebikeme Anthony Esdale Anthony Fagan-Taylor Anthony Forsdyke Anthony Froggatt Anthony Gallear Anthony Giltrow Anthony Gomm Anthony Habib Anthony Hann Anthony Haste Anthony Herod Anthony Higginbotham Anthony Hipgrave Anthony Hoodless Anthony Jalando-On Anthony James-Gough Anthony John Nevison Anthony Keehan Anthony Keel Anthony Kernan Anthony Kille Anthony Kipps Anthony Lewison Anthony Linder Anthony Ling Anthony Manifold Anthony Mccrimmon Anthony Mcloughlin Anthony Meese Anthony Milani Anthony Millen Anthony Nar Anthony Niccoli Anthony Nobles Anthony Osei-Brown Anthony Osullivan Anthony Oti Anthony Peabody Anthony Penhale Anthony Pinker Anthony Presswell Anthony Ravi Anthony Recht Anthony Ross-Booker Anthony Saulle Anthony Sciberras Anthony Scull Anthony Seminara Anthony Shirt Anthony Shutt Anthony Soan Anthony Starke Anthony Swinn Anthony Tru Anthony Ventura Anthony W. Potter Anthony Wike Anthony Wilbor Anthony Witty Anthony Woolich Anthony Wyke

Information about "Anthony"

For this Anthony there are 28784 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Anthony are: Allchurch, Aspinall, Bird

In the ranking of the most common first names Anthony is on position 27.

During the last seven days Anthony was searched for 47 times.

Meaning of "Anthony"

Male first name (English): Anthony, Latin (Roman family name), originally a Roman family name, probably of Etruscan origin, distributed in Germany by the veneration of Saint Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of Portugal (13th century)

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