Luna : The Name

Gender: Female name
Origin: Italian, Latin
Pronounciation: LOO-nah
Variants: Luneth, Lunetta, Lunette and Lunneta
Latin meaning: Means “the moon” in Latin. Luna was the Roman goddess of the moon, frequently depicted driving a white chariot through the sky. The personified goddess of the moon, later she is identified with Diana and Hecate. Her temple, on the Aventine Hill, was erected in the 6th century BCE but was destroyed by the great fire under Nero’s regime. She is equivalent to the Greek Selene.

Source: Pantheon, Baby Names, Think Baby Names


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