Louis Monda in the US

  1. #12,168,856 Louis Moliterno
  2. #12,168,857 Louis Mollenkamp
  3. #12,168,858 Louis Mollica
  4. #12,168,859 Louis Mollinary
  5. #12,168,860 Louis Monda
  6. #12,168,861 Louis Mondelus
  7. #12,168,862 Louis Mondy
  8. #12,168,863 Louis Moneta
  9. #12,168,864 Louis Mongello
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Meaning & Origins

(French) name, of Germanic (Frankish) origin, from hlōd ‘fame’ + wīg ‘war’. It was very common in French royal and noble families. Louis I (778–840) was the son of Charlemagne, who ruled as both King of France and Holy Roman Emperor. Altogether, the name was borne by sixteen kings of France up to the French Revolution, in which Louis XVI perished. Louis XIV, ‘the Sun King’ (1638–1715), reigned for seventy-two years (1643–1715), presiding in the middle part of his reign over a period of unparalleled French power and prosperity. In modern times Louis is also found in the English-speaking world (usually pronounced ‘loo-ee’). In Britain the Anglicized form Lewis is rather more common, whereas in America the reverse is true.
203rd in the U.S.
Italian: possibly a nickname from monda ‘clean’, ‘pure’, feminine form of mondo (from Latin mundus); otherwise it could be from a short form of a female form of a personal name ending with -mondo (see Mondo), although such names were found almost exclusively in the masculine form in the medieval period.
33,002nd in the U.S.

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