Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Mona"

People with the first name "Mona"

Mona Abbate Mona Abdelwahab Mona Adeel Mona Adhikari Mona Amon Mona Andersen Mona Anwar Mona Aswad Mona Badran Mona Bahgat Mona Baker Mona Bhatt Mona Bruch-Wagner Mona Cahill Mona Calderon Mona Chalhoub Mona Dahlen Mona Dara Mona Darcey Mona Darwich Mona Dhaka Mona Dreikauss Mona Drira Mona Duffy Mona Engeset-Faustino Mona Estrella Mona F. Rodriguez Mona Fardin Mona Frazier Mona Gandhi Mona Gogia Mona Golabek Mona Golabi Mona Gonzalez Mona Gross Mona Grönroos Mona Gullaksen Mona Hai Mona Haider Mona Hashem Mona Helal Mona Hinoshita Mona Hirata Mona Hivand Mona Hovden Mona Hsieh Mona Hussein-Zaki Mona Høgli Mona Ishak Mona Iz Mona Jaber Mona Jaradat Mona Jonsson Mona Kayali Mona Kegel Mona Khallaf Mona Khodadad Mona Khodr Mona Khosravi Mona Koh Mona Krause Mona Lai Mona Lin Mona Link Mona Lu Mona Lundin Mona M. Atari Mona Maruyama Mona Nadgonde Mona Nahleh Mona Nasseri Mona Nath Mona Nitsche Mona Noujeim Mona Oppedal Mona Ostebo Mona Putri Mona Ram Mona Rekve Mona Riad Mona Roberts Mona Roman Mona Rudnick Mona Salem Mona Saraswati Mona Schulz Mona Shen Mona Tannous Mona Tarabishi Mona Tiesler Mona Valkendorff Mona Vandenberghe Mona Yim Mona Zarei Mona Zki Mona Zorob Mona Al-Mugotir Mona El Hage Mona El Khatib Mona El Zein

Information about "Mona"

For this Mona there are 13281 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 10 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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