What does Nonie mean?
Nonie /non-ie/ as a girls' name. Nonie's roots are Hebrew and Latin, and Nonie means "He (God) has favored me; ninth; light; woman of honor". Nonie is a version of Anne (Hebrew): the English variation of Hannah. Nonie is also a form of Nona (Latin). Nonie is also used as a form of Nora (English, Greek, Latin).
Nonie▼ has 29 more alternative forms via Anne, Nona, Nora: Aine, Ania, Anke, Anni, Annice, Annie▼, Annis▼, Annise, Nan▼, Nance, Nancee, Nancey, Nanci▼, Nancie, Nancy▼, Nanete, Nanice, Nanine, Nanon, Nanor, Neti, Nettie▼, Ninon, Ninor, Noora, Norah▲, Norry, Oni and Onie▼.Kreatif forms: Nanie, Nenie, None. [more]
How popular is Nonie?
Nonie is a rare given name for females. Nonie is an equally unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name popularity of Nonie for girls. Nonie was first listed in 1880-1889 and reached its top position of #734 in the U.S. then, but is not listed currently. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Nonie and related names. Prominent variation forms of Nonie are Aine, Anne (#553 in recent rankings), Annie (#311), Annis, Nan, Nana, Nanci, Nancie, Nancy (#752), Nannie, Nettie, Nina (#295), Nona, Nora (#49), Norah (#163) and Onie. Usage of these relations of Nonie reached its peak during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.55%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.23%, 58.2% less), with forms such as Anne, Nancy, Nona, Nonie and Onie falling out of fashion. Nora and Norah are two of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation, with both names having a rebound in popularity. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Nonie▼ is pronounced similarly to Nani, Nania, Nanna, Nanney, Nena, Neneh, Nenna, Nonnie and Nyna. Other suggested similar baby names are Bonie, Bonne, Docie, Donnie▼, Honie, Ionie, Jonie, Lonie▼, Mone, Nann, Naomi▲, Naomia, Naomie, Neomi, Noami, Noemi▲, Noemie, Sofie, Tonia▼, Tonie and Zoie▲. These names tend to be more commonly used than Nonie.