Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Mona"

People with the first name "Mona"

Mona Aaberg Mona Abd. Elmenem Mona Abdalla Mona Abdel-Mottaleb Mona Abdellall Mona Abdollahi Mona Ackermann Mona Ahsan Mona Akl Mona Alcorn Van Wechel Mona Anani Mona Barzandeh Mona Bedi Mona Britt Mona Caspers Mona Cayard Mona Chowdhury Mona Cunningham Mona Cycak Mona Dagher Mona Dahdah Mona Darabi Mona Darling Mona Decker Mona Deshmukh Mona E Ibrahim Mona Eichner Mona Elswedy Mona Espeskog Mona Fakhoury Mona Fard Mona Farjad Mona Fernelius Mona Foreman Mona Fortini Mona Förster Mona Gandea Mona Gaspard Mona Ghambaryan Mona Ghassemi Mona Gustafsson Mona Habasch Mona Hahn Mona Hauer Mona Herrmann Mona Hohl Mona Imut Mona Jain Mona Jasuja Mona Jolie Mona Joseph Mona Joy Mona Kamat Mona Kamrani Mona Khoshnevis Mona Kreipe Mona Krämer Mona Kvalheim Mona König Mona Lazkani Mona Lena Mona Lim Mona Liu Mona Lize Mona Look-Mazza Mona M Abd Mona Mikkonen Mona Moritz Mona Morsch Mona Motwani Mona Nafar Mona Naguib Mona Nasir Mona Opris Mona Pillay Mona Popescu Mona Pribadi Mona Prochnow Mona Qaddoumi Mona Raja Mona Refaat Mona Reppa Mona Safira Mona Samari Mona Schwarz Mona Sinha Mona Solberg Mona Stark Mona Sultan Mona Tayeh Mona Teigen Mona Vasu Mona Walter Mona Wanner Mona Weiss Mona Wilhelmsen Mona Zalatan Mona Zilliacus Mona El Attar Mona El Deeb

Information about "Mona"

For this Mona there are 13211 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 612.

During the last seven days Mona was searched for 5 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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