Other Origin(s):Greek, Latin
Meaning:Victory bringer; True image; Strong counsel
Ronisha is a girl's name with British, Latin, and Greek origins. Back in the 19th century, its root name Veronica was a much-beloved choice for bouncing baby girls. Inspired by Saint Veronica, it means "victory bringer" and "true image." Ronisha is also related to the names Old English names Ronni and Ronald, which mean "strong counsel." These classic choices reached the peak of their popularity during the 1950s. With such a rich and diverse legacy, your darling Ronisha may have a competitive side and be at the top of the list for club tryouts at school. Luckily, they have you to cheer them on!
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