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People with the first name "Mona"

Mona A-Lindeberg Mona Abalos Mona Abdelkarim Mona Abdelmonem Mona Abdulaziz Mona Abouissa Mona Abourjeily Mona Alatorre Mona Amodeo Mona Amundsen Mona Andrews Mona Asif Mona Awada Mona Azad Mona Barros Langham Mona Basu Mona Bayani Mona Bishar Mona Blair Mona Board Mona Bolton Mona Bou Mona Cecilie Mona Chahal Mona Choudhary Mona Dale Mona David Mona Dorn Mona Doytchinova Mona Duncan Mona Engebretsen Mona Engounou Mona Erascu Mona Erichsen Mona Eritsland Mona Espeland Mona Farahmand Mona Fawaz Mona Fazzi Mona Finney Mona Flowers Mona Fritsche Mona Gambetta Mona Grant Mona Gustavsson Mona Haugen Mona Hunkin Mona Hörner Mona Irene Mona J Kanaan Mona Jaweed Mona Kamdjou Mona Karami Mona Karimi Mona Kiriakos Mona Kjeldsen Mona Körber Mona L Garcia Mona Langhans Mona Lem Mona Lindsay Mona Lundgren Mona Lura Mona Malhotra Mona Marciano Mona Marcotte Mona Mattern Mona Mia Mona Mir Mona Montasser Mona N. Desai Mona Nabhani Mona Nilsen Mona Nsouli Mona Pagan Mona Pitts Mona Pohl Mona Prather Mona Rafie Mona Rashid Mona Reimers Mona Reza Mona Rezaei Mona Rodriguez Mona Roussette Mona Sahu Mona Shawkat Mona Summers Mona Tamara Mona Tay Mona Tayarani Mona Victoria Mona Virani Mona Vohra Mona Volkmann Mona Weso Mona Wiegmann Mona Wike Mona Zeeck Mona Zink

Information about "Mona"

For this Mona there are 13358 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Mona are: Salem, Alkaleaa, Boettcher

In the ranking of the most common first names Mona is on position 607.

During the last seven days Mona was searched for 8 times.

Meaning of "Mona"

Female first name (English, Irish): Mona, Old Irish (Word format); Muadh = noble, noble; 19 only since the Century common female first name (German, Scandinavian): Mona, Latin (New Testament); monachus = the hermit, the monk; Monere advise = warn, not known for certain origin, is partly derived from the Latin 'monachus' 'Monk'; was understood in the Middle Ages to the Latin 'Monere' advise 'belonging, known by the St.. Monika (4th century), the mother of St. Augustine, as St.. Monica came from Carthage, could be the name also of North African or Phoenician origin

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