Complete Definition of "Mona"

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English

Etymology
Anglicized form Gaelic Muadhnait, from muadh "noble". In northern Europe, where the name is much more popular, Mona is interpreted as a diminutive of Monika or, rarely, of Ramona, and sometimes associated with the title of da Vinci's painting Mona ( =madonna) Lisa.

Proper noun
infl|en|proper noun

  1. given name|female.

Danish

Proper noun
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  1. given name|female||da:.

German

Proper noun
infl|de|proper noun

  1. given name|female||de:.

Norwegian

Proper noun
infl|no|proper noun

  1. given name|female||no:.

Swedish

Proper noun
infl|sv|proper noun

  1. given name|female||sv:.

Related terms
Mona-Lisa
Monika

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