(1) A common name both in Slavic regions (Ukraine, Russia and others) and in Israel. Its popularity in Israel probably stems from Israel's high population of Russian/ Ukrainian immigrants.
-- Originally a Greek name (derived from the name Ἑλένη – Helénē).
Can also be loosely translated from a Hebrew word 'Alon' referring to the oak tree.
(2) A name of a mountain in Greece.
Man: "Yo, beautiful what's your name?"
Alona: "It's Alona."
Man: "That's what I do when I go to the bank!"
Alona: *face palm*
Man2: "Alona, I named a mountain in Greece for you!"
Alona: "You're still not getting laid."
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