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Name Monica - Meaning and origin

Name Monica - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Spanish, Greek, Italian

Meaning of the name:

Hispanic variant of Monique, Monica has its origins in the Greek word monos resulting in "alone".

Celebrities:

American singer Monica Denise Arnold or simply Monica, the British writer Monica Ali, Spanish actress and model Monica Cruz Sanchez, Venezuelan actress Monica Spear Mootz, Italian actress Monica Belluci and the American trainee and mistress of the Bill Clinton President Monica Lewinsky.

St. Monica lived in the fourth century and was a fervent Christian. Her son Augustin led a life of debauchery and she prayed so much for him that he eventually converted. After baptizing, Augustine studied the Bible and became one of the greatest theologians in Christian history.

His character :

Monica is driven by a real strength that encourages her in all her endeavors. Volunteer, she shows a great determination in the accomplishment of the missions entrusted to her. Available, kind and generous, Monica has a strong sense of justice. His sociability also allows him to make friends easily. Intelligent, she likes to cultivate herself through books, meetings and exchanges.

Derivatives:

Monika, Moniqua, Monick and Monique.

His party :

Monica is celebrated on August 27th.

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