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Meaning of the Name Mona

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The first name Mona is of Irish, Greek, Latin, Native American, American, Italian, Teutonic origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Noble
Greek: Royal
Greek: Solitary (Monah, Moyna)
Greek: Solitary
Latin: Solitary, Pensive, Reserved, Unemotional
Native American: Gathers Jimson Weed Seed (Miwok)
American: Gathering Jimson-weed Seed
Native American: Gathered of the Seed of a Jimson Weed
Italian: Lady
Teutonic: Loner

Similar Names

Ma'n | Mane | Mani | Mann | Mano | Manu | Manya | Maon | Maona | Menan |

Related Names

Audrey  (English)
Variant of Etheldreda: from the Old English Name Aethelthryth, Meaning Noble and Strength. Famous Bearer: St Etheldreda, Later Known As St Audrey, Founded a Monastery at Ely
Ben  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benedick  (Latin)
Blessed. Popes Have Been Named Benedict. The Benedictines Monastical Order. Shakespeare's Witty Bachelor Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing
Benedict  (Latin)
Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benedicta  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benito  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennett  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bharat  (Indian)
India, universal monarch
Brabantio  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Othello' Venetian Senator, Father of Desdemona
Brendan  (Irish)
Prince. Some Scholars Believe Brendan Means 'stinking Hair' Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot St Brendan Founded a Monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; Then is Said to Have Sailed Across the At
Cailean  (Gaelic)
Dove; a Gaelic Form of the Late Latin Columba. The Name Was Borne by St. Columba (521-97), Who Was an Irish Missionary of Great Influence in Both Ireland and Scotland. He Founded Several Monastery Sch
Cartagh  (Irish)
Variant of Carthach: Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthach  (Irish)
Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthage  (English)
The Anglicized Form of the Irish Carthach, Which is a Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Demonassa  (Latin)
Wife of Hippolochus
Desdemona  (Greek)
Misery. Unlucky. Famous Bearer: Desdemona Was the Heroine of Shakespeare's Play 'Othello'
Desdemona  (Greek)
Of the Devil
Desdemona  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Wife to Othello
Desmona  (Greek)
Unlucky
Dimonah  (Biblical)
Dunghill
Dimonah  (Biblical)
Dunghill
Duncan  (English)
Brown Warrior; an Anglicized Form of the Gaelic Donnchadh (Brown Warrior). The Name Was Borne by a 7th-century Saint Who Was Abbot of the Monastery on the Isle of Lona. Pet Names: Dunky
Eallair  (Scottish)
Monastery's Steward
Eallair  (Gaelic)
Worker in a Cellar ; Evolved from Cellair, Which Was Originated As a Nickname for One Who Worked As a Steward in a Monastery. The Name is Derived from the Latin Cellarius, Which is from Cella (Cellar,
Edemona  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Ekemona: Wealthy Protector
Ekemona  (Hawaiian)
Wealthy Protector
Ekewaka  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Ekemona: Wealthy Protector
Ekualo  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Ekemona: Wealthy Protector
Ekumena  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Ekemona: Wealthy Protector
Ellar  (Scottish)
Variant of Eallair: Monastery's Steward
Emilia  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' a Lady Attending on the Queen. 'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Wife to Iago, and Lady-in-waiting to Desdemona
Etheldreda  (English)
From the Old English Name Aethelthryth, Meaning Noble and Strength. Famous Bearer: St Etheldreda, Later Known As St Audrey, Founded a Monastery at Ely
Grace  (English)
From the Word 'Grace', Derived from the Latin 'Gratia', Meaning God's Favor. Famous Bearer: American Actress Grace Kelly Became Princess Grace of Monaco
Hamonah  (Biblical)
His Multitude; His Uproar
Kevin  (Irish)
Handsome by Birth. Hermit St Kevin Founded a Monastery at Glendalough in County Wicklow. Kevin Was Only Used in Ireland Until the Th Century, and Now is in Common Use in Most English-speaking Countrie
Monahan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Religious Man
Monalisa  (Italian)
Mona Lisa is a Famous Portrait Painted by Leonardo Da Vinci
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