Tony
noun (plural Tonys) Etymology: Tony, nickname of Antoinette Perry died 1946 American actress & producer Date: 1947 a medallion awarded annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in the theater

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  • Tony — is a shortened form of Antonio or Anthony.Tony may refer to:* Tony Blair (born 1953), U.K. Prime Minister 1997 2007 * Tony Lutterman, 2007 Young Composer Award winner * Tony Snow (1955 2008), American politician * Kawasaki Ki 61, a Japanese WWII… …   Wikipedia

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  • Tony — ☆ Tony Tony1 [tō′nē] n. a masculine name: see ANTHONY1 Tony2 [tō′nē] n. pl. Tonys or Tonies [< Tony Awards, a service mark, after Antoinette Perry (1888 1946), U.S. theatrical figure ] any of the awards given annually in the U.S. for special… …   English World dictionary

  • Tony — To ny, n.; pl. {Tonies}. [Abbrev. from Anthony.] A simpleton. L Estrange. [1913 Webster] A pattern and companion fit For all the keeping tonies of the pit. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tony — m English: short form of ANTHONY (SEE Anthony), now sometimes used as an independent name in the English speaking world …   First names dictionary

  • Tony — 1947, awards given by American Theatre Wing (New York), from nickname of U.S. actress, manager, and producer Antoinette Perry (1888 1946) …   Etymology dictionary

  • tony — (adj.) 1877, American English slang, from high toned. It was the name of a reddish brown fashion color in the 1920s …   Etymology dictionary

  • tony — ☆ tony [tō′nē ] adj. tonier, toniest Slang high toned; luxurious; stylish: often ironic …   English World dictionary

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