Mona

Mona is a female given name with multiple origins and meanings behind it: it's an Anglicized form of Irish Muadhnait, made up of Irish muadh (noble) combined with a diminutive suffix; it's also used as a nickname for Monika, the Scandinavian form of Monica, a name of unknown origin though it’s likely derived from a  North African or Phoenician origin. …

Simone

Simone (pr. see-mawn) is the French feminine form of Simon meaning “he who hears” or “he has heard” derived from Hebrew shama (to hear, listen). Simon is also a Greek name which derives from Ancient Greek simos meaning “flat-nosed, snub-nosed”. Simon is also an Italian male name (pr. see-maw-nee), the Italian form of Simon (its feminine form is Simona). Simone is also an Italian …

Simona

Simona is a female given name, the feminine form of Simon which comes from Hebrew shama (to hear, listen) meaning "he who hears" or "he has heard". Simon is also a Greek name which derives from Ancient Greek simos meaning “flat-nosed, snub-nosed”. Simon is the name of one of the Telchines in Greek mythology, skilled metallurgists who made the sickle …

Cameron

Cameron comes from a Scottish surname meaning "crooked nose" or "hook nose" from Gaelic elements cam (crooked) and sron (nose). It's also a habitational surname from any place called Cambrun which seems to come from a different source, meaning "crooked hill" from Gaelic cam (crooked) and brun (hill). Nicknames: Cam, Cammy/Cammie Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Camron (English) Kameron (English) Kamron (English) Camren …

Simon

Simon is a male name meaning “he who hears” or “he has heard” derived from Hebrew shama (to hear, listen). Simon is also Greek name which derives from Ancient Greek simos meaning "flat-nosed, snub-nosed". Simon is the name of one of the Telchines in Greek mythology, skilled metallurgists who made the sickle used by Kronus to castrate his father …

Beck

Beck is an English surname derived from German surname Bach meaning "brook, stream", a cognate of Old Norse bekkr (stream, brook). It could also be a short form of Becker, another Germanic surname meaning "baker". Beck could also be a short form of Beckett, another English surname that comes from the same source as Bach. It also comes from Middle …