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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Antony is a boy's name of Latin and Greek origin, with the name itself having two primary meanings: "priceless one" and "flower". The name is derived from the Roman family name Antonius, which means "priceless one". However, it is also associated with the Greek word "anthos," meaning "flower". This double meaning is due to the name's rich history and connection to the Ancient Roman elite, particularly the gens Antonia family, to which the famous Mark Antony belonged. The name gained its alternative spelling, Anthony, in the 17th century, when the letter "h" was inserted into the spelling on the belief that the name derived from the Greek meaning "flower".

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