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Gender: female
Pronunciation: LOO-nah, LU-na
Meaning: the moon
Related Names: Luneth, Lunetta, Lunette, Lunneta

Length: 4 Gender: {{#if female



Rank in 2000s: 786


Name: luna Origin: Latin,, Meaning (no case): the moon



The name Luna originates from the Latin word “luna” meaning “the moon.”

In Roman mythology, Luna was the Goddess of the moon. She is equated with Selene, in Greek mythology. Luna can be used as a nickname for any Goddess associated with the moon.

In Astrology, Luna can be used as a nickname for people born during the sign of Cancer, which is ruled by the moon.


According to the 1990 United States Census [1], Luna ranked as the 2,859th most popular female first name and the 492nd most popular last name. In the United States, the name ranked in the Top 1,000 most popular girls' names from the 1880s through the first decade of the 20th century and never ranked in the Top 1,000 from 1922 to 2002.

According to the Social Security Administration [1], in the 21st century, the name ranked in the Top 900 most popular girls' names each year from 2003 (890th) through 2006 (516th).

United States Popularity of the girl's name Luna in the 21st Century:

  • Year: 2006 Rank:516th
  • Year: 2005 Rank:592nd
  • Year: 2004 Rank:723rd
  • Year: 2003 Rank:890th


  • “Luna” is a given first name of a child of celebrity Dani Filth. [1]
  • “Luna” is the name of a village in northwestern New Mexico, USA.


  • “Luna Lovegood” is the name of a character, who is a Ravenclaw student, in the “Harry Potter” books and films, in which she is portrayed by Evanna Lynch. [1]
  • “Luna,” portrayed by Jill Frappier, is a main character in the late 20th century animated television series “Sailor Moon.” [1]
  • “Luna” is the name of an alternative rock band consisting of members Dean Wareham, Sean Eden, Britta Phillips and Lee Wall. [1]
  • “Luna” is the title of a 1995 short thriller written (collaboratively) and directed by Alejandro Amenábar. [1]
  • “Luna” is the title of a young adult novel written by Julie Anne Peters in 2004, in which a boy named Liam wants to become a girl named Luna. The story is told from the perspective of the boy’s fifteen-year-old sister, Regan. [1]


  • Luna Bergere Leopold – Renowned American geomorphologist and hydrologist who was an advocate of a new system of water management. He received the National Medal of Science in 1991 and the National Academy of Sciences’s Gouverneur Kemble Warren Prize in 1973. [1]
  • Héctor R. Luna – Professional baseball player (primarily an infielder) who has played every position except pitcher and catcher. He currently plays with the Toronto Blue Jays. [1]



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Author: Rich Kachold

Facts about LunaRDF feed
Gender female  +
Length 4  +
Meaning the moon  +
Meaningnc the moon  +
Name luna  +
Origin Latin  +
Popularity 3  +
Pronunciation LOO-nah, LU-na  +
Rank in 2000s 786  +
Related Luneth  +, Lunetta  +, Lunette  +, and Lunneta  +
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