Definition of Antony, Mark in US English:

Antony, Mark

proper noun

  • (c.83–30 BC), Roman general and triumvir; Latin name Marcus Antonius. Following Julius Caesar's assassination in 44 BC, he took charge of the Eastern Empire, where he established his association with Cleopatra. Quarrels with Octavian led finally to his defeat at the battle of Actium and to his suicide.

Pronunciation

Antony, Mark

/ˈantənē/