Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Monika"

People with the first name "Monika"

Monika Baumgartner Monika Bazan Monika Bednarczyk Monika Bhardwaj Monika Bienias Monika Biliniewicz Monika Brodka Monika Clark Monika Dabrowska Monika Dombrowski Monika Dudek Monika Dutkiewicz Monika Dziuba Monika Fisher Monika Foltýnová Monika Foto Monika Fritz Monika Gabrych Monika Gajek Monika Goyal Monika Graube Monika Gruber Monika Gupta Monika Heinz Monika Huber Monika Jablonska Monika Jain Monika Janik Monika Janowicz Monika Jaros Monika Jones Monika Kapoor Monika Kiss Monika Kowalik Monika Kowalska Monika Krawczyk Monika Krämer Monika Kubickova Monika Kunz Monika Kupiec Monika Kälin Monika Levenig Monika Lewandowska Monika Lewczuk Monika Lierhaus Monika Listopadova Monika Lütkepicht Monika Maciejewska Monika Madej Monika Malczewska Monika Malecka Monika Marek Monika Martin Monika Marx Monika Meister Monika Michalak Monika Michalska Monika Mika Monika Mishra Monika Mohrova Monika Motsch Monika Mroczek Monika Muha Monika Murillo Monika Nagy Monika Nath Monika Nedvědová Monika Nowak Monika Oesch Monika Pemič Monika Peter Monika Prein Monika Puchalski Monika Rathgeber Monika Reich Monika Reimann Monika Rohde Monika Sander Monika Schaaf Monika Schmidt Monika Schmitz Monika Sharma Monika Singh Monika Spruch Monika Stelly Monika Szmigielska Monika Turek Monika Verma Monika Vesela Monika Vrbatová Monika Wachowicz Monika Wagner Monika Wasilewska Monika Wenger Monika Wozniak Monika Wójcik Monika Yadav Monika Zak Monika Zalewska Monika Zsibrita
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Information about "Monika"

Name-day: 27.8.

For this Monika there are 30724 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Monika are: Arora, Sharma, Arens

In the ranking of the most common first names Monika is on position 203.

During the last seven days Monika was searched for 20 times.

Meaning of "Monika"

Female first name (German, Scandinavian): Monika; Latin (New Testament); monachus = the hermit, the monk; Monere advise = warn; known origin is not certain; is partly derived from the Latin 'monachus' 'Monk'; was Middle Ages as to understand 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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