Damonica

Damonica meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: English-American, Latin, Greek and Old Greek
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Adviser, Solitary, Alone, Unique, A Wise Counsellor, Saint, Nun, Timekeeper, Noble, Aristocratic, Hermit, Monk, Advise, Warn, Recluse, Counsel and Advisor
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Damonica is formed by prefix 'Da-' and eternal and prevalent Monica. Monica is variant form of MoniqueMonique.

Variants of Damonica

Monica, Daeshawn, Lamonica, Moni, Monisha, Daeshaun, Monika, Mona, Moneisha, Manisha

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Popularity of Damonica

Damonica is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 21 years of usage and 183 bearers, the name could just made to the top 4229 names in 1990 before vanishing in 2008. Over 183 babies in United States have been named Damonica. As per our estimate, over 100 babies have been bestowed Damonica around the globe.

YearRankBirths
2008115799
2007139147
2005164515
2003124037
2001120497
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Numerological analysis of Damonica

Be more flexible and less stubborn. You love your freedom and respect other people's freedom too. You are interested in learning new and exciting things. What fulfills your soul is your professional success. Things don't have to go according to the plan all the time because life would be boring as hell if they did. You take calculated risks and take your ideas and the ideas of others seriously.

Other names similar to Damonica

  •  Rockney - Unfamiliar boy name Rockney means "One who is Brash" is rooted from English-American language
  •  Cyley - The girl name Cyley came from English-American, Cyley means "A Darling Daughter". Cyley is a derivative of Cylee.
  •  Holsey - Meaning of Holsey is An Easygoing Woman is used as a gender-neutral name is rooted from English-American
  •  Laqueta - Unwonted Laqueta is originated from English-American bestowed upon baby girls, Laqueta means "Well-Behaved Child or A Quiet"
  •  Keidra - Unexpected Keidra came from English-American, meaning of Keidra is "One who is Alert" is given to girls
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