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- Nonna is the Italian word for grandmother.
- Nonna (Russian: Нонна) is the rare Russian feminine name. It has two variant of origins.
- A variant of Latin feminine name Nona (lit. "ninth").
- A diminutive form of Noyabrina. Noyabrina (Russian: Ноябрина) and similar name Oktyabrina (Russian: Октябрина) refer to November and October, and Russian October Revolution, which traditionally dated to 25 October 1917 Old Style Julian Calendar (O.S.), which corresponds with 7 November 1917 New Style (N.S.) Gregorian Calendar.
It may also refer to:
- Nonna, a Russian character from Japanese anime series Girls und Panzer
- Nonna Felicità, 1938 Italian film
- Saint Non, mother of David, the patron saint of Wales
- Nonna of Nazianzus, Catholic and Orthodox saint
- Nonna Bella, Turkish singer
- Nonna Debonne, French footballer
- Nonna Grishayeva, Russian actress
- Nonna Karakashyan, Armenian chess player
- Nonna Mordyukova, Soviet actress
- John Nonna, American fencer
- Nonna Otescu, Romanian composer
- 4022 Nonna, an asteroid
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