Alda - Sidonia
Page 1/1 of 10 -dona grouped names.
[Aldona, .. 9 more] Var. of Alda 1 Source fr. Old German. "Old, prosperous." Unusual. Compare Aldona with common Al- last names Altena (upper 46%), Alcon (17%). See also Aldora. ..
Aldona 2 Root fr. Old German element. "Old." Unusual. Compare Aldona with common last names Albon (upper 58%), Almony (50%), which also begin with Al-. See also Aldene.
Dona▼ 4 From Spanish word. "Lady." Unusual. Dona, like Shimona, Rona, uses the favored feminine-sounding -ona ending. See also Diona. ..
[Dona▼, .. 7 more] Var. of Donalda 5 Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "World mighty." Dona (cf. Donat, Donna) is a common Don- prefix surname. See also Denay. ..
[Dona▼, .. 24 more] Form of Donna 6 Derivative of Italian language. "Lady." Adoption of Dona intensified during 1880-1889 and has become less, with Dona becoming less in vogue. See also Denae. ..
Idona 7 Derived fr. Old German, Greek. "Hardworking." Idona is sparsely used as a first name. ..
[Madona] Var. of Madonna 8 Derivative of Italian language. "My lady." Madona was not among 2014's Top names. See also Maydena. ..
[Sydona, .. 5 more] Var. of Sidonia 10 Derived fr. Latin word. "From Sidon." Outside Top 1000. See also Sadina. ..
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -dona names for girls.Alda - Sidonia
Alda [Aldona], Aldona, Alida [Aldona, Alldona], Dona, Donalda [Dona], Donna [Dona], Idona, Madonna [Madona], Sedona [Sadona], Sidonia [Sydona]