What does Deonna mean?
Deonna [de-on-na] as a girls' name is of Old English derivation, and the meaning of Deonna is "valley; church leader". Deonna is a version, with the prefix Deo-, of Deanna (Old English): place name and occupational name.
Associated with: old english.
(female) Deronna, Douna, ..
(male) Deonda, Deonnard, .. Middle name pairings:
Deonna Sydney (D.S.), ..
How popular is Deonna?
Deonna is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3442 out of 4276, Top 80%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name statistics of Deonna for girls. Deonna entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its apex position of #1485 in the U.S. in 1994, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Deonna appearing in the Top 2000 are Dayana (#582 in recent rankings), Deanna (#1198), Deeanna, Deena, Deeann, Deanne, Deann, Deana and Deane. Other variants, like Deeana, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Deonna was widespread among parents 45 years ago (adoption of 0.2%) and has become much reduced since, with versions like Deana falling out of fashion. Deanna is the longstanding favorite, although Dayana seems to be getting popular too.
Deonna is alike in pronunciation to Dahnya, Daina, Danea, Dania, Dannah, Dannia, Dawna, Dayanna, Dayna▼, Denay, Deney, Denia, Dennie, Diannah, Dina▼, Diona, Dionna, Donia, Donnay, Donni, Donny, Duana, Duayna, Duena and Dyna. Other recommended names are Alonna, Ayonna, Beonca, Breonna▼, Deanda, Deeane, Dejana, Delena, Delina, Demia, Dene, Deora, Devana, Devona, Devonna, Diann▼, Dianne▼, Dion, Dionne▼, Dyann, Dyanne, Elonna, Evonna, Fionna, Geonna, Gionna, Honna, Idonna, Ilonna, Jonna, Keanna, Kionna, Leanna, Ledonna, Lenna▼, Leona▼, Leonia, Lonna, Monna, Nonna, Reanna▼, Remonna (see Ramona), Rionna, Ronna, Seanna, Teanna, Teonna, Yionna, Yvonna and Zenna. These names tend to be less frequently used than Deonna.See names in meaning and etymology.