Tona (name)

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Tona, Toña, Toňa and Tóna are given names. Tona is a Danish, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish feminine given name in use in Denmark, Greenland, Sweden, Norway, Spain, parts of the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Western Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, and the Falkland Islands. The name is a short form of Antonia as well as an alternate form of Þone. [1] Tona is also a Danish, Norwegian and Swedish feminine given name in use in Denmark, Greenland, Sweden, and Norway as a short form of Antona as well as an alternate form of Tone and Torny. [2] Tóna is a Faroese feminine given name that is an alternate form of Tona, Tone and Torny. [3] Toña is a Spanish feminine given name that is a short form of Antonia used in Spain, parts of the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Western Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, and the Falkland Islands. [4] Toňa is a Czech masculine given name that is a diminutive form of Antonín used in the Czech Republic. [5] It is also a surname. Notable people with this name include the following:

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Tonnie is a Danish, Dutch, Portuguese and Swedish given name and diminutive nickname with both masculine and feminine uses. As a Danish and Swedish name it is used as a diminutive of Antonia in Greenland, Denmark and Sweden, but also has masculine uses. As a Dutch name it has feminine used as a diminutive of Antonia in Belgium, Indonesia, Suriname, South Africa, Namibia, and the Netherlands. As both a Dutch and Portuguese name it has masculine use as diminutives of Antônio, António, Antonius, Anton, Antoon, Anthonis, and Anthoon in Brazil, Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Belgium, Indonesia, Suriname, South Africa, Namibia, and the Netherlands. Notable people with the name include the following:

Antonine is a Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian feminine given name that is a form of Antonina and a diminutive form of Antonia that is used in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Greenland. It is also a masculine name. Notable people with this name include the following individuals:

Nela is a Croatian, Czech and Slovak feminine given name that serves as a diminutive form of Antonela and Antonie in Croatia, Czech Republic and Slovakia. It is also a Danish, German, Norwegian and Swedish given name that serves as a short form of Cornelia in Namibia, Denmark, Greenland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Austria, and parts of Switzerland, Hungary and Romania. It is also a surname. Notable people with this name include the following:

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Tone, Tóne or Þone is a given name, nickname and a surname. Tone is a Slovene masculine given name in use as a short form of Anton in Slovenia. It is also a Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish feminine given name used as an alternate form of Torny and a short form of Antona in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Republic of Karelia, Estonia, Greenland and Denmark. Tóne is a Portuguese masculine given name in use as a diminutive of Antônio and António in Portugal, Brazil, South Africa, Namibia, Angola and Mozambique. Þone is an Old Norse feminine given name that is used as a form of Torny in parts of Norway, Sweden, Iceland, France, England and Scotland as well as in Denmark.

Tonin or Toñín is a masculine given name and a surname. Toñín is a Spanish masculine given name and nickname that is a diminutive form of Antonio in use in Spain, parts of the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Western Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, and the Falkland Islands. Notable people with this name include the following:

Tonny and Þonny are given names. Tonny is a diminutive Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Greenlandic and Norwegian unisex form of the given names Antonia, Antonius, Anton, Antoon, Anthonis, Anthoon as well as a Scandianvian masculine version of the name Toni and pet form of names ending with the element "-ton" that is popular in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Indonesia, South Africa, Namibia, Suriname, Republic of Karelia, Estonia and Greenland. Þonny is a feminine given name that is a form of Torny.

Tono or Toño is a masculine given name or nickname that is a dimutive form. Tono is a Catalan, Galician and Spanish diminutive form of Anton, Antoni and Antonio and Toño is a Spanish diminutive form of Antonio. Both spellings are in use in Spain, parts of the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Western Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, and the Falkland Islands, while Tōno is a japanese surname.

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References

  1. "Tona". Name-doctor.com. Retrieved September 11, 2019.
  2. "Tona". Name-doctor.com. Retrieved October 28, 2019.
  3. "Tóna". Name-doctor.com. Retrieved October 28, 2019.
  4. "Toña". Name-doctor.com. Retrieved October 28, 2019.
  5. "Toňa". Name-doctor.com. Retrieved October 28, 2019.