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How to pronounce Monica móni-ca What does my name mean?
Meaning of Mónica: Hermit, Monk, Advise, Warn
Monica was ranked 847 in 2004 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.67% from its previous ranking of 825 in 2001. Monica was ranked 487 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 2.10% from its previous ranking of 477 in 2014. First name derived from Monique. Comes from the Greek "monos" means "single" If Day August 27.. Monica tend to take care of everything and want to control everything. From anxious temperament,Monicalack confidence in them. Very sensitive, emotional,Monicatake "fly" easily. Workers, tenacious, active,Monicawill do anything to achieve their goal. Monica like to be surrounded by friends and love to receive. Their love is unfailing loyalty.
Full form of Monica : Moral Outgoing Nonjudgemental Interesting Courteous Attractive
Monica is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 2012 and ranked 877 in 2014. Only 1290 people have Monica as their first name. Monica is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Monica is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1935 and ranked 487 (0.013882% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 247854 people wear Monica as their first name. Monica is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 487 (0.013882% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 247854 people have Monica as their first name. Monica is not a native United States and Monica may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.069333% of people in US have this given name.
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Monica loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Monica generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.
Names that rhyme with Monica
Adonica, Anica, Annica, Antonica, Arnica, Aunica, Benica, Beonica, Beronica, Bianica, Breonica, Brianica, Briannica, Brionica, Britannica, Brittanica, Bronica, Damonica, Danica, DannicaFamous people named Monica
Monica Aspelund, Finnish singer
Monica Iozzi de Castro, Brazilian actress and journalist
Monica Scattini, Italian actress
Monica Lee in Posey as Actress
Monica McCarthy in In Search of Aztec Gold as Actress
MÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â³nica Molinet in La piscina as Actress
Monica Davis in Rocket Attack U.S.A. as Actress
Monica Swann in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 as Casting Director
Monica Seller in Il labirinto dei sensi as Actress
MÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â³nica Farro in Miss Playboy TV 2004 as
Monica Bitsch in Episode #1.1 as Actress
Monica Moskatow in The Lives of Better Men as Actress
MÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â³nica DomÃƒÆ’Ã‚Ânguez in La fuga del chacal as Actress
Monica Bellucci, actress
Monica Deeter, actress,producer
Monica Calhoun, actress,producer
Monica Potter, actress,producer
Monica Achilles, actress
Monica Achterberg, actress Names like Monica Monica Namesakes Related Names: Mon, Mona, Monaca, Monae, Monah, Monai, Monajah, Monalee, Monali, Monalisa, Monasha, Monasia, Monawra, Monay, Monaya, Monaye, Monce, Moncerat, Moncerath, Moncerrad
Posts having Monica: Comments :Monica is a name of woman that means: "one / only one." This name had its first broadcast in environments Christians thanks to the devotion to St. Monica, the mother of St. Augustine; the woman was originally Berber, born in Tagaste in Numidia , but the town of Carthage, according to some accounts, and this, together with the original form of the name, Monnica, indicates that probably the name has roots Punic, Phoenician or otherwise indecipherable now North African. The name was altered in Monica, losing a No, by association with the term greek μονος ( monos, "one", "only") or its derivative μονακε ( monake, "lonely", "monaco", "hermit"), in which it is still led back paretimologicamente by some sources; Another term that is sometimes associated is the Latin moneo ( "advisor"). In Italian, the name was in fashion since the 1960s, is to use imitation in other languages for both the reputation of various successful dive, and to date has spread especially in the form Monica, also if you register the use of Monika in bilingual areas and occasionally elsewhere.
Variants of the name in other languages are Polish : Monika, Portuguese : Monica, Mônica, Romanian : Monica, Slovak : Monika, Slovenian : Monika, Spanish : Mónica, Swedish : Monika.
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