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Gender: F Meaning of Nona: "ninth" Origin of Nona: Latin

Nona is a name sometimes given to the ninth child -- and so unlikely to serve that purpose today. Musical cred: the name of a song by Motley Crue.

Non was the mother of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and said to be a cousin of King Arthur.

Famous People Named Nona

Saint Nona, virgin martyr of Brabant
Nona Marvisa Gaye, American singer; daughter of singer Marvin Gaye
Nona Hendryx, American singer
Nona Lovell Brooks, American Christian mystic
Nona Marie Invie, American musician
Nona Limmen, Dutch photographer
Nona Plum, daughter of blogger Kristen Gregg

Pop Culture References for the name Nona

Nona, goddess of destiny in Roman mythology
Strega Nona, children's book by Tomie dePaola and its main character
Nona, the girl in Bowling For Soup's "Girl All the Bad Guys Want"
Nona Clark, character on TV's "666 Park Avenue"
Nona Mecklenberg, character on TV's "The Adventures of Pete & Pete"
Nona, character in video game "Oxenfree"
"Nona," short story by Stephen King and its title character

Nonna, Nonie, Non, Nonia, Nonita, Nonnah, Nonya, Nonah