What does Latonia mean?
Latonia has 20 more alternative forms via La-, Latanya: Lacacia, Lacinda, Lacoya, Ladonya, Lakia, Lanika, Lanita, Larhonda, Laronda, Latanja, Latasha▼, Latavia, Latisha▼, Latoria, Latoya▼, Latricia, Lavonda, Lavonna, Lavonne▼ and Lawanda▼.Creative forms:
(female) Latovia, Letonia, ..
(male) Latola, Latolin, .. Middle name pairings:
Latonia Yazmin (L.Y.), ..
How popular is Latonia?
Latonia is a very popular first name for females (#1415 out of 4276, Top 33%) but a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name history of Latonia for girls. Latonia was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its top position of #624 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not listed currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Latonia rated in the Top 2000 are Lakia, Lanita, Larhonda, Laronda, Latanya, Latasha, Latavia, Latina, Latisha, Latonya, Latoria, Latoya, Latricia, Lavonda, Lavonna, Lavonne and Lawanda. These relations of Latonia reached the top of their popularity during 1980-1989 (average #1306), but now, versions such as Lawanda have become less fashionable.
Latonia▼ is pronounced similarly to Latona. Other suggested similar names are Allonia, Antonia▼, Cathia, Catrenia (see Catriona), Catrinia (see Catriona), Datia, Donia, Fannia, Faunia, Fawnia, Hamania, Harmonia, Idonia, Jacenia, Lacina, Lacoria, Ladonna▼, Laetitia, Laina, Lakecia, Laketia, Lakitia, Lamonica, Lanna, Lannie, Lanora, Laranca (see Laura), Larentia, Larinda, Latesha, Latia, Laticia, Latitia, Latoia, Latorya, Latoyla, Latrecia, Laudonia, Laufeia, Lavena, Lavenia, Lavinia▼, Ledonna, Leoni, Leonia, Levania, Levenia, Levinia, Levona, Levonda, Lona▼, Loni, Lonie▼, Marnia, Mathia, Nania, Naomia, Natacia, Natania, Natasia, Pania, Rania, Ravinia, Simonia, Sydonia, Tahnia, Tarnia, Tatia, Tawnia, Tonia▼, Valonia, Valoria, Vania and Vidonia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Latonia.See names in meaning and etymology.