Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Monique"

People with the first name "Monique"

Monique Aaron Monique Alexander Monique Arce Monique Azevedo Monique Barthel Monique Benjamin Monique Biesaart Monique Biffignani Monique Boes Monique Bonnet Monique Bos-van den Hooff Monique Bostic Monique Carrere Monique Catroux Monique Cavalcante Monique Chan Monique Coetzer Monique Coleman Monique Collins Monique Covet Monique Crijns Monique Crochet Monique Delage Monique Diaz Monique Dressler Monique Drielsma Monique Dutil Monique Fikar Monique Fuentes Monique Fuentes Foot Monique Gandon Monique Gary Monique Gaudin Monique Geiss Monique Geschke Monique Golemski Monique Grey Monique Hall Monique Hayes Monique Heaton Monique Heeg Monique Henderson Monique Hermsen Monique Hewett Monique Hogendoorn Monique Jones Monique Jordan Monique King Monique Kroon Monique Kwok Monique Layzell Monique Leung Monique Lewis Monique Luo Monique Maddison Monique McMahon Monique Mendoza Monique Meyer Monique Michel Monique Milian Monique Modlmayer Monique Morgan Monique Oldham Monique Olshin Monique Palmer Monique Parks Monique Pauly Monique Pineault Monique Pohlen Monique Prada Monique Pretorius Monique Pryor Monique R. Whitlock Monique Rammeloo Monique Reed Monique Reis Monique S. Hall Monique Salgado Monique Schmitz Monique Scuderi Monique Sluyter Monique Smith Monique Stallworth Monique Taylor Monique Vegas Monique Walker Monique Wengler Monique White Monique Widmer Monique Wilberg Monique Williams Monique Willis Monique Wolkoff Monique Yao Monique Young Monique Zorn Monique de Vries Monique Van Berkel Monique van Daalen Monique van Wouw
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Information about "Monique"

For this Monique there are 16103 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Monique are: Amoyale, Ardesch, Assunção

In the ranking of the most common first names Monique is on position 464.

During the last seven days Monique was searched for 3 times.

Meaning of "Monique"

Female first name (French): Monique; 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 understood in the Middle Ages than 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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