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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Anthony is a boy's name of Latin origin, derived from the Roman family name Antonius, and it means "priceless one". The name has been used in various forms across different languages and cultures, such as Antonio in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Maltese; Αντώνιος in Greek; António or Antônio in Portuguese; and Anton in Dutch, Galician, German, Icelandic, Romanian, Russian, and Scandinavian languages. The name Anthony has a rich history and is associated with several notable figures. It became widely used in the Christian world due to the fame of Saint Anthony the Great, a 4th-century Egyptian hermit who founded Christian monasticism. The name's popularity was further enhanced in the Middle Ages by the 13th-century Saint Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of Portugal.

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