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Gender: F Meaning of Rona: "might" Origin of Rona: Scottish spelling variation of Rhona; also Norwegian

Coined in Scotland in the late nineteenth century, has little appeal in the twenty-first.

Famous People Named Rona

Ronalee "Rona" Chapchuk Ambrose, Canadian politician
Rona Anderson, Scottish actress
Rona Barrett, American gossip columnist
Rona Alison Fairhead, English businesswoman and chair of the BBC Trust
Rona Jaffe, American novelist
Rona Munro, Scottish playwright and novelist
Rona Jean Murray, Canadian poet
Rona Nishliu, Albanian Kosovar singer-songwriter
Rona Miriel Stevenson, New Zealand politician
Ellen Rona Barkin, American actress

Pop Culture References for the name Rona

Rona Lisa Peretti, character in "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"
Rona, character on TV's "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer"
Rona, character in anime "Ojamajo Doremi"
Rona, a legendary Maori woman who cursed the moon

Ronella, Rhona, Ronelle, Ronna