Anton



a male given name, form of .
Contemporary Examples

And so we realized that what Anton would want from us is a genuine effort to help his children.
A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family James Foley May 12, 2012

So the question of how to help Anton comes down to, what can we do now?
A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family James Foley May 12, 2012

And she understood Anton was trying to do the job he truly loved.
A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family James Foley May 12, 2012

Anton Hammerl was killed and his body buried somewhere in the desert.
A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family James Foley May 12, 2012

The other two are Spanish photographer Manu Brabo and Anton Hammerl, a South African photographer.
Four Journalists Held in Libya Babak Dehghanpisheh April 7, 2011

Historical Examples

First Anton, then Fink, looked through the glass at the opening into the wood.
Debit and Credit Gustav Freytag

Anton, you may describe the stages in the evolution of the super-man.
City of Endless Night Milo Hastings

Madame Delatour had sold her interest in the hotel to him, Anton Schreiber.
A Soldier of the Legion C. N. Williamson

If you could prove Anton to be the rascal, he should die, whatever the consequences.
The Night Riders Ridgwell Cullum

His godfather was Anton Koburger, and he named him Albrecht after me, &c. &c.
Albert Durer T. Sturge Moore

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