Monica Family History
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Monica Name Meaning
Italian: from a feminine form of Monico. Spanish Mónica: from the female personal name Monica, the name of the mother of St. Augustine. She was a Carthaginian, so the name may well be of Phoenician origin. However, in the early Middle Ages, it was taken to be a derivative of Latin monere ‘to warn or advise’, and was associated with the spiritual guidance that she gave to her famous son.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Monico, Bonica, Monda, Mona, Morici, Donica, Merica, Monge, Mojica