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Hungarian name, either Veron or Verona.
screwtape  1/13/2006
Verona is the name of the city in Italy where Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet is set.
lawruh  2/24/2006
Verona was also in the Shakespeare title The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
SarahJane  5/4/2009
"Verona" could be interpreted as a combination of "Vera"+"Rona" or "Vera"+"Ona" or simply "Vera"+"ona" as a suffix without a particular meaning.
iva_toneva  5/9/2006
"Verona" could be a form of "Veronica".
iva_toneva  5/29/2006
This is the name of the eldest and most serious bride of Dracula's in the Stephen Sommers film "Van Helsing".
nouvellehelene  7/7/2006
From my understanding, Verona means crow in Russian. Nonetheless, it still apeals to me.
Starla-Marie_1993  8/8/2006
I had a German relative in the Middle Ages with this name. Perhaps it could be a variant of Verena.
― Anonymous User  2/18/2007
A feminine name in Slovenia.
earthnut  7/2/2007
Verona is a Czech disco group. Members are producer Peter Fider and singer Markéta Jakšlová.
Karcoolka  2/13/2008
Verona Joseph is an English actress who has appeared in the soap opera Casualty.
Mtbridge  3/11/2008
The name sounds both beautiful and cool, and I prefer it to Veronica. However, there's a very ditzy German celebrity named Verona Pooth, formerly Verona Feldbusch, and this name reminds me of her too much. Maybe one day I'll hear of someone else with this name that is actually cool.
slight night shiver  5/12/2008
This name is silly. It's a PLACE, not a name, and Italians are probably laughing about it since they don't use names of their cities on people.
bananarama  9/10/2009
Beautiful to the power of a million--- I'm thinking of using it.
italiannames  10/16/2009
This is the name of Maya Rudolph's character in the movie "Away We Go," starring alongside John Krasinski. I think thought it was little odd at first, but I think I like it. And since I love the movie so much, it's grown on me. :)
Hannah_E  6/21/2010
Also used in Croatia.
goricar  2/1/2011
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene...
ophelia  9/10/2013
Vera/Verona derives from the ancient and modern Albanian/Illyrian name Vera, which means Summer. And a version of Verona means summer like feeling!
DonNY  5/14/2016
I like this as an alternative to Veronica. I prefer Verena to Verona though. I like the association with a beautiful Italian city like Florence, much better than say, Brooklyn or such.
XironDarkstar  11/12/2017

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