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Rona

Rona or RONA may refer to:

Places
People
In fiction and mythology
  • Rona (Ojamajo Doremi), a fictional character in the Japanese anime series Ojamajo Doremi
  • Rona, a minor character on the American television program Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Rona, a legendary Maori woman who cursed the moon. Her legend is intertwined with that of the Myoporum laetum tree
Weather
Other uses
  • Rona (1892) a racing yacht built in 1892 in New Zealand, named after the Rona of Maori legend
  • Rona, Inc. a Canadian hardware and home improvement retailer
  • S.S. Sturmbrigade R.O.N.A., a Russian military formation which fought for the Nazis in World War II
  • Return on net assets, a measure of a company's financial performance which takes the use of assets into account

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