What does Yona mean?
Yona has 1 variant: Yonah.Kreatif forms:
(female) Yonna, Yora, ..
(male) Yonai, Yony, ..
How popular is Yona?
Yona is a rare given name for females but a somewhat popular surname for both adults and children (#116835 out of 150436, Top 78%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of Yona and related names. Jona is the only prominent alternative form of Yona (unlisted) rated in the Top 2000. Adoption of this relation of Yona was common among parents 54 years ago (#1788). (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Yona is alike in pronunciation to Aenya, Aina, Ainah, Ana, Anni, Eionia, Ena, Ennya, Enya, Ianna, Inah, Inya, Ioanah, Iona▼, Ionia, Ionie, Juana, Oni, Oonagh, Unah, Yanna, Yionna, Yna, Yoana and Yoannah. Other suggested similar names are Apona, Bena, Bina, Buna, Byna, Dana▼, Dena▼, Deona, Dona▼, Donna▼, Erna▼, Fiona▲, Gena▼, Hena, Idona, Keona, Kina, Kiona, Leona▼, Lona▼, Luna▲, Moina, Mona▼, Mouna, Muna, Nana, Nona▼, Orna, Rona, Ronna, Sana, Sena▼, Sina, Tana, Tena▼, Tiona, Tona, Vena▼, Viona, Vyna, Xena▼, Yann, Yara, Yola, Yula, Yuma, Yuta, Yvonna, Zana and Zona▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Yona.