A female given name of mainly historical use English.
Origin of antonina
From LatinAntonina, feminine form of Antoninus, derivative of Antonius. Name of obscure early martyrs venerated in the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Antonina Sentence Examples
Severus afterwards relented, and, rebuilding a large portion of the town, gave it the name of Augusta Antonina.
Recalled to Constantinople, he married Antonina, a clever, intriguing woman, and a favourite of the empress Theodora.
On his return to Constantinople he lived under a cloud for some time, but was pardoned through the influence of Antonina with the empress.
It is a furious invective against these sovereigns, their characters, personal conduct and government, with attacks on Belisarius and his wife Antonina, and; on other noted officials in the civil and military services of the empire.
Written by Tim James and Antonina Armato and performed by Aaron Doyle.