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Mona may refer to:
- Mona (deity) in Saxon mythology
- Cercopithecus mona, a long tailed African Monkey
- Mona (elephant) (1947 - 2007) at Birmingham Zoo in the United States
- Mona (name), a female given name and surname
- Mona, ring name of American wrestler Nora Greenwald
- MONA Missouri Nurses Association
Arts and entertainment
- Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci's painting
- Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles, USA
- Museum of Old and New Art the largest privately funded museum in the southern hemisphere in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
- MONA FOMA, an arts festival held annually in Hobart, Tasmania curated by Brian Ritchie, formerly of the Violent Femmes
- Mona (band), a Nashville-located alternative rock band
- Mona (opera), a 1912 opera by Horatio Parker
- Mona – The Carnivorous Circus, record by The Deviants
- "Mona", a song by the Beach Boys from their album Love You
- "Mona", a song by Bo Diddley
- Mona the Virgin Nymph, also known as Mona, a 1970 film that was one of the first pornographic films made for theatrical release in the United States
- Mona's Dream, a movie being worked on by Jack Lenz about Mona Mahmudnizhad
- Mona Mayfair, from the novels of Anne Rice
- Mona the Vampire, an animated children's TV show or its protagonist
- Mona Simpson (The Simpsons), a character from the animated cartoon television show
- Mona Sax, a video game and film character in the Max Payne series
- Mona (WarioWare), a character from the Nintendo video game
- A fictional animated Disney character in Christmas Maximus (in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas)
- Mona Robinson, a character played by Katherine Helmond in the television show Who's the Boss?
- Mona, unseen character of famous Gillette commercials in the 70s. Wife of unnamed onscreen character
- Mona, Jamaica, a residential neighbourhood of Kingston and home to the University of the West Indies' main campus
- Mona, Puerto Rico, an island in the Mona Passage (from the Atlantic to the Caribbean Sea)
- Mona, Utah, a town in the United States
- Mona, Anglesey, a village on the Welsh island Anglesey (in the UK), also Latin name of that island
- Two British isles, in poetic language (from their Latin name):
- Isle of Mona, a fictionalized version of the Isle of Anglesey in Lloyd Alexander's "The Chronicles of Prydain" series
- Mona Vale (disambiguation), several geographic locations in Australia.
Ships and boats
- SS Mona (1832), a paddle steamer which served with the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company from 1832 unti she was sold to the City of Dublin Company, in 1841
- SS Mona (1878), a packet steamer which was operated by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company from 1878, until she was sunk in the Formby Channel, following a collision with the SS Rita in 1883
- SS Mona (1889), a paddle steamer originally named Calais/Douvres and entered service with the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Company in 1889, until sold to Higginbottom's Liverpool and Douglas Steamers Ltd. The vessel was then purchased from the liquidators of that company, by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company in 1903, and renamed Mona.
- SS Mona (1907), a packet steamer originally named Hazel, and which was owned and operated by the Laird Line from 1907 to 1919 until she was bought by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company in 1919 and renamed Mona
- Lifeboat Mona, a lifeboat based at Broughty Ferry in Scotland
- USS Mona II (1918), a United States Navy patrol boat in commission from 1918 to 1919
- MV Mona, a Swedish coaster in service 1957-63
- Monā, a Shift JIS art character in the Japanese BBS, 2channel
- Mona (operating system), an operating system from Japan
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