Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Mona"

People with the first name "Mona"

Mona A. Bayati Mona Akram Mona Ali-Guechi Mona Alipour Mona Amjad Mona Arneson Mona Ashoor Mona Atiq Mona Ayoub Mona Azhar Mona Bartsoff Mona Bauer Mona Bradley Mona Craig Mona Damavandi Mona Daoud Mona Daryanani Mona Davidsen Mona Dent Mona Ebel Mona Eng Mona Farid-Nejad Mona Farida Mona Feet Mona Fikry Mona Fortin Mona Gaber Mona Gillenwater Mona Goyal Mona Groth Mona Gærup Mona Hauser Mona Heinrich Mona Hovden Mona Hraoui Mona Irmen Mona Irwin Mona Isabel Mona Jackson Mona Jaime Mona K. Bonick Mona Kalina Mona Kanwal Mona Kapila Mona Katzenberger Mona Kauderer Mona Kh Mona Khaled Mona Khani Mona Khosravi Mona Kjellberg Mona Klemm Mona Koch Mona Kontopidis Mona Kristensen Mona Kwok Mona L. Muro Mona Lalanne Mona Larissa Mona Mandouri Mona Meier Mona Milea Mona Mokodompit Mona Moldoveanu Mona Monadjem Mona Mowafi Mona Muna Mona Nader Mona Nag Mona Natalia Mona Nath Mona Nazzal Mona Nicholas Mona Omais Mona Pettersen Mona Riad Mona Ron Mona Sadiq Mona Saleh-Elgredly Mona Sara Mona Shing Mona Steen Mona Tafti Mona Tariq Mona Tau Isaksen Mona Tawfik Mona Valkendorff Mona Vana Mona Wolff Mona Wurst Mona Wysocki Mona Yehia Mona Zimmer Mona Zisimopoulos Mona Zki Mona Al Athel Mona Al-Khathlan Mona el Gammal Mona El Kalliny Mona el Zein

Information about "Mona"

For this Mona there are 12995 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 615.

During the last seven days Mona was searched for 4 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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