Originally this was a German short form of Veronika, used in the English-speaking world regularly but infrequently since the 1860s.
The city in Italy is the setting for Shakespeare's romance 'Romeo and Juliet'; it's also where the popular movie 'Letters to Juliet' takes place.
"The Two Gentlemen of Verona", a play by WilliamShakespeare
There are U.S. towns named Verona, too.
Verona Babbitt, elder daughter of the title character in 'Babbitt' (1922) by SinclairLewis
Verona De Tessant, character played by MayaRudolph in film 'Away We Go' (2009) Patrick Verona, 'Ten Things I Hate About You' character