Ante (name) - People Named Ante

People Named Ante

  • Ante Covic - Croatian-Australian footballer
  • Ante Gotovina - Croatian general
  • Ante Jazić - Croatian-Canadian footballer
  • Ante Jelavić - Croatian politician
  • Ante Kovačić - Croatian writer
  • Ante Marković - Croatian politician
  • Ante Milicic - Croatian-Australian footballer
  • Ante Mladinić - Croatian football manager
  • Ante Pavelić - Croatian politician
  • Ante Pavelić (1869) - Croatian politician
  • Ante Radonić - Croatian astronomer
  • Ante Razov - Croatian-American footballer
  • Ante Tomić (writer) - Croatian writer
  • Ante Tomić (basketball) - Croatian basketball player
  • Ante Starčević - Croatian politician
  • Ante Šupuk - Croatian inventor
  • Ante Žanetić - Croatian footballer
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