Tonya

(from the article `Ilf and Petrov`) ...and uncultured character of American life, the work nevertheless indicates that many aspects of capitalist society appealed to the authors. A kind ...
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Tonya

[Japan] ==History== The earliest record of a toi-otoko (問男) may be one from 1175, in which a number of Court officials hire an outside boatsman to transport them down the Yodo River. As he was not a servant or agent of the Court, or any manor, but rather a man hired out privately, this represents the emergence of the sorts of private en...
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Tonya

[name] Tonya is the Russian pet form or hypocoristic of Antonina. It can now be used as an independent given name in the English-speaking world. It may also be spelled Tonja. ==People called Tonya== ==Notes and references== ...
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Tonya

Tonya is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `invaluable` The name Tonya is most commonly given to American girls. It is short for: Antonia What do they use in other countries? Tony (English) Teun Toni (English) Toney Tonie Teuntje (Dutch) The name sounds like: Tonye, Tony, Tonia, Tona, Donya, Tonyah, Tonnya See also: Tanya, Tawny, Antonia, Tati...
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