Spanish: feminine form of Ramón. This has achieved some popularity in recent decades among non-Hispanic people in America and, to a lesser extent, in Britain, partly due to the influence of a popular song (1959) about a girl called Ramona.
English: habitational name from any of various minor places so called, in several counties, all first recorded fairly late. The etymology is generally Old English brād ‘broad’ + burh ‘fort’ (see Bury), but Bradbury in County Durham is recorded in Old English as Brydbyrig, the first element probably being Old English bred ‘board’. This is probably also the first element in Bradbury, Cheshire.