Arabic name (ميمونة) [Maymunah] means - "auspicious".
Maymuna bint al- Harith (??? - 632) was one of the thirteen Prophet Muhammad`s wives: (Khadija, Sawda, Aisha, Hafsa, Zaynab (bint Khuzayma), Hind (Umm), Zaynab (bint Jahsh), Juwayriyya, Safiyya, Ramla, Mariyah, Rayhana). Her original name was Barra but Muhammad changed it.
Her father was Al-Harith ibn Hazn, and her mother was Hind bint Awf. Both were from the Hilal tribe in Mecca. Her full sister was Lubaba the Elder. Her paternal half-sisters were Layla (Lubaba the Younger), Huzayla and Izza. Her maternal half-siblings were Mahmiyah ibn Jazi al-Zubaydi, Zaynab bint Khuzayma (a wife of Muhammad), Asma bint Umays (a wife of Abu Bakr) and Salma bint Umays (a wife of Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib).
She married Muhammad in 629 in Sarif, about ten miles from Mecca, just after the Lesser Pilgrimage. He would have been 58 years old, and she was probably in her late twenties or early thirties. Maymuna lived with Muhammad for three years until his death in 632.