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Meaning of the Name Ante

197 names found for "Ante"   (page 1 of 4) 

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The first name Ante is of Latin origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Beyond Praise

Similar Names

Anad | Anath | Ande | Andi | Andy | Antti | Amite | Anat | Anata | Anate |

Related Names

Amarante  (French)
Flower
Amarante  (Japanese)
Flower That Never Fades
Anseim  (English)
Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Ansel  (English)
God's Protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Ansell  (English)
God's Protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Anselma  (English)
Feminine Form of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Antea  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Antaeus Son of Poseidon
Antenor  (Shakespearean)
'The History of Troilus and Cressida' a Trojan Commander
Antenor  (Latin)
An Elder of Troy
Anteros  (Greek)
Mutual Love
Anteros  (Latin)
Brother of Eros
Argante  (Arthurian Legend)
Name of a Queen
Arien  (Hebrew)
Enchanted
Arman  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armand  (German)
Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armande  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armon  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armond  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armonde  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armondo  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Atalante  (Greek)
A Huntress
August  (Latin)
Majestic Dignity; Grandeur. St. Augustine Was the First Archbishop of Canterbury
Augustine  (Latin)
From Augustus Meaning Magic Majestic, Dignity, or Venerable. Augustine Was the First Archbishop of Canterbury, Sent to Britain As a Missionary by the Pope
Bea  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beat  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earliest Love
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. Famous Bearer: Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise in the 'Divine Comedy', Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari, Dante's Earliest Love
Beattie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beatty  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bee  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bikita  (African)
Anteater
Bourchier  (Shakespearean)
'King Richard Iii' Cardinal Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury
Brighid  (Gaelic)
Believed to Be Derived from the Celtic Element Brigh (Strength) and from Breosaighead (Fire Arrow) and to an Ancient Tribe Called the Brigantes, Who Lived in Northern England. Ang: Bridget. Var: Bridg
Canterbury  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry V' Archbishop of Canterbury
Cartimandua  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of a Queen of Brigantes
Chantal  (French)
Rocky Location (Chantalle, Chantel, Chantele, Shantal, Shantel, Shantelle)
Chante  (French)
Singer. to Sing. Song
Chantel  (French)
Rocky Land or Singer
Chantel  (French)
Singer. to Sing. Song
Chantell  (French)
Singer. to Sing. Song
Chantelle  (French)
Singer. to Sing. Song
Chanti  (Spanish)
Supplanter
Choovio  (Native American)
Antelope (Hopi)
Coby  (Hebrew)
Supplanter
Connor  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Much Wanted, Strong Willed
Conor  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Much Wanted
Corybantes  (Greek)
Priest of Rhea
Cranmer  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry the Eighth' Archbishop of Canterbury
Daff  (Greek)
Diminutive of Daphne: Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: Britis
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