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- Nonna is the Italian word for grandmother.
- Nonna (Russian: Нонна) is a rare Russian feminine name. There are two versions of its origins.
- A variant of Latin feminine name Nona (lit. "ninth").
- A diminutive form of "Noyabrina." Noyabrina (Russian: Ноябрина) and similar name Oktyabrina (Russian: Октябрина). The two new Soviet names refer to November and October, and the Russian October Revolution, which is 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
- Nona, an Arbiter from the Japanese anime series Death Parade
- 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
- Ion Nonna Otescu, Romanian composer
- 4022 Nonna, an asteroid
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