Nona is the name of a Roman goddess of pregnancy in Roman mythology, as well as the name of one of the Parcae (the female personifications of destiny), along with Morta and Decima. The Parcae are the Roman equivalent of the Moirai in Greek myth, and Nona is the equivalent of Clotho, who spun the thread of life….
Cheyenne is the name of a Native American tribe that lived in the Great Plains. The name comes from a Dakota word, shahiyena, meaning “red speaker”. Cheyenne has been used as a unisex name in English, though probably more popular for girls. Origin: Dakota Variants: Cheyanne (English) Shyanne (English)
Wynonna is a variant spelling of Winona, a Dakota female given name meaning “firstborn daughter” from Winúŋna. Origin: Dakota (Native American) Variants: Winona (Native, American, Sioux, English) Wynona (English) Wenona (English) Wenonna (English) Wenonah (English)