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Also a fairly common Welsh girls' name, pronounced MAH-non.
-- Pie  3/9/2010
Manon was originally a nickname for Marianne (explaining the _n_) and later became a nickname for Marie. Nowadays. It is more often used as an independant name. In France short forms of names (such as Manon, Ninon and Lilou) have become increasingly popular as official names. In 2009, Manon ranked at #3 in the most popular names given to baby girls in France.
-- shotgun_wedding  3/20/2010
I have only heard it pronounced MAH-non, with a very subtle n at the end. This name is really trendy in France and has only been in common use since the late 80's. I don't see the appeal personally.
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
It is pronounced Mah non (with a nasal sound without pronouncing the last n). It is very popular in Quebec, Canada. When I grew up, I didn't know anyone else with my name and wasn't sure if I liked it because I felt like I was the only one with that name. When I moved to the US, people loved it and thought it was a nickname but I reassured them that it was my real name and I started liking my name. Now when you go to Canada, you see tons and tons of Manon. Celine Dion has a sister named Manon. I think it is a beautiful name, strong and feminine at the same time. I wouldn't want any other name.
-- Anonymous User  8/3/2015

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