Diana

Origin : Latin

divine

The name Diana is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "divine". Diana, the tragic British princess, inspired many fashions, but strangely, not one for her name. For us, Diana is a gorgeous and still-underused choice. Diana is the Latin name for the Roman goddess associated with the moon, virginity, and hunting; she is the protector of wild animals, represented in myth as both beautiful and chaste. Two of her most prominent bearers today are singers Diana (born Diane) Ross and Krall. Fictional Dianas appear in All's Well That Ends Well, Jane Eyre, and Anne of Green Gables. Now that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named their daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, perhaps this name will finally attract more attention and greater use.


Popularity of name Diana over time

There are 360491 people in the U.S. with the first name Diana, this name was mostly popular in 1957 with popularity 9426 .

Diana is used for both genders.

0.36 percent of people with the first name Diana are man

99.64 percent of people with the first name Diana are woman



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Most Famous People Named Diana

English actress
Viscountess Norwich
character in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series
English actress
Princess of Wales
character in the Gone series by Michael Grant
Lady Mosley
character in video game "Rule of Rose"
American basketball player
DC Comics superheroine
German operatic soprano
character in musical "Next to Normal"
character in Sir Walter Scott's "Rob Roy."
character in musical "A Chorus Line"
American singer of The Supremes
Italian nun
character in "Lights Out"
American actress; aunt of actress Drew Barrymore
Canadian jazz singer
Duchess of Wellington
character in Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well"
Roman Goddess of the moon and hunting
character in Sherin Subhan's book series on Wattpad "The Von Meer Academy"
character on TV's "Criminal Minds"

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Names Created Using the Letters in Diana