🔼The name Ono in the Bible
The name Ono was originally applied to a city in the territory of Benjamin (1 Chronicles 8:12). It was build (or fortified) by Shemed, son of Elpaal, who also built Lod and an untold number of satellite towns.
Both Ezra and Nehemiah count the returnees from the Babylonian exile to this whole area together in stead of per separate town (Ezra 2:33, Nehemiah 7:37). And Nehemiah makes mention of a "valley of craftsmen" near Lod and Ono, which was probably also part of that same district (Nehemiah 11:35).
🔼Etymology of the name Ono
The name Ono comes from the root group און ('wn), meaning either vigor or sorrow:
For a meaning of the name Ono, NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads Strong. Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names proposes Strength. And BDB Theological Dictionary has Vigorous.