- 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. (Wiktionary)
“Yes I am slowlyyyyyyy embracing my identity as "mother" and accepting the social status switch from "just MONA" to "Mona and George Michael.”
“Then Mona is brutally murdered, and all eyes turn to”
“What secret was there for Leonardo in Mona Lisa's smile, what for him in the motion of waters?”
“Erik Mona is the publisher of Paizo Publishing, LLC, creators of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the Planet Stories line of pulp fantasy novels.”
“Omae Mona is also the name given to a catlike character that commenters frequently append to posts:”
“Marc Wahlberg will likely pull it off no concerns there, he's a great actor and he's hott but for Mila to be playing Mona is a complete absurdity!”
“– The chick from Hitman whom many are referring to as Mona is not Mona.”
““Know a gal by the name of Mona, maybe a working girl?””
“When not dissecting the "plantar arch," Mona is a bright, fearless, clever girl, with a breezy manner, refreshing to all admitted to her company.”
“Mona is one lucky puppet, what with a caregiver as invested as hers.”
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