Șona is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Alecuș (Elekes), Biia (Magyarbénye), Doptău (Dobtanya), Lunca Târnavei (until 1964 Spini; Kistövis), Sânmiclăuș (Bethlenszentmiklós), Șona and Valea Sasului (Szászvölgy).
At the 2011 census, 68.5% of inhabitants were Romanians, 25.2% Hungarians and 5.8% Roma.
Soná may refer to:
- Soná District in the province of Veraguas, Panama
- Soná, Panama, a corregimiento (subdivision of a district) in Soná District
SONA was a Neo-Pagan music band that toured and performed at Neo-Pagan gatherings and other events throughout the Midwest during the first decade of the 21st century. SONA, with its three members, was popularly known as “the Peter, Paul and Mary of Pagan music”.
The three members of SONA were Beltana Spellsinger, “Papa” Joe Credit and his son Joe Credit III. Beltana played the conga drums, Papa Joe played guitar and Joe Credit III played mandolin. All three sang, harmonizing with each other. All three also wrote songs for the group.
Sona is a feminine given name meaning gold. It can also be related to the name Sonia, which means "wisdom". Variants include accented Soňa and Soná.
Sona Sarkisyan (, born July 18, 1973) is an Armenian solo-singer.