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  1. #26
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by jenna5128 View Post
    It's not just a nn for "Grandma" Nona actually MEANS grandma. It's like naming your daughter Baba or Auntie. I understand that you don't know anyone who calls their grandmother this, but I think it's pretty common knowledge that's what the word means. Poor kid to be "Nona" as a little girl already!
    Yes, just as Lola MEANS grandmother in the Philippines. Still... people use it.
    Last edited by etoile; March 9th, 2013 at 01:53 PM.

  2. #28
    The mother of Nona Plum ^^ has a great blog called Marginamia, here's a link to a very cute story about her daughter's name...

    I think Nona is so sweet and beautiful! Just like Italian grandma's
    Alice, Cecilia, Cora, Eve, Georgia, Iris, Johanna, Phoebe, Rose, Sylvie, Tess, Violet
    Calvin, Dexter, Felix, Graham, Hugo, Leo, Louis, Miles, Oscar, Paul, Simon, Walter

  3. #30
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    I imagine Nona as an imaginative child with huge eyes and wispy pigtails. I like it, it's similar to Oona which is beautiful and I know one just like the Nona I imagined.

    Athena is wow though, I think it deserves a spot on my own list!

  4. #32
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    I have a daughter named Fiona that we call Nona or Nona-bear as a pet name. I think it sounds sweet, but prefer it as a nickname.

  5. #34
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Ontario, Canada
    I don't think it is that bad. If Nellie, Hattie and Etta can be first names, why not Nona? It was used as a name for previous generations. Personally, I am not a fan, but I don't find it particularly terrible.
    Anxiously awaiting the arrival of Luther's little brother November 2015!
    Currently loving: Magnus, Tiberius, Gregor, Corvus and Ulric.

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