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Origin: Georgia
Region Origin: Western Asia

Luna is a feminine given name of Latin origin, meaning "moon". In Roman mythology, Luna was the divine personification of the Moon, often depicted driving a white chariot across the sky, symbolizing a brave and independent spirit. The name has gained popularity in recent years, partly due to its usage in popular culture, such as the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. The origin of the name Luna can be traced back to Latin and Roman mythology. The word "luna" is derived from Latin and has roots in Old Latin and Proto-Indo-European, with a root meaning "light" or "brightness". The name Luna has been used in various languages and cultures, including Italian and Romanian. In addition to its mythological significance, the name Luna has been adopted by celebrities like Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen for their children.

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