Nona is a Latin name that is derived from "nonus." Meaning "ninth," the name was originally given to the ninth child in a family. Nona also has origins in Roman mythology and is the name of the Roman goddess of pregnancy. The name was popular during the early-to-mid 20th century, but Nona has not been widely used since the 1960s.
Similar Names: Nonah, Nonie
Famous Nona Names: Nona Gaye (daughter of Marvin Gaye), Saint Nona