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Meaning of the Name Diana

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The first name Diana is of Latin, Biblical, French, English, Greek, Shakespearean origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: The Archer, Divine Goddess, Perfect (Deanna, Di, Diane, Dianna, Dianne, Dyan, Dyanne, Dyanna)
Biblical: Luminous, Perfect
French: From the Greek Goddess of the Moon
Latin: Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearers: Diana Was the Roman Goddess of Fertility and Childbirth, of Hunting, and the Moon. The Late Lady Diana Spencer, Often Called 'Lady Di', Married British Prince Cha
English: Divine; Derived from the Latin Diviana, Which is from Divus (Divine). Short Form: Di. (Dl-an-nah)
Greek: Divine
Shakespearean: 'All's Well That Ends Well.' Daughter to the Widow of Florence

Similar Names

Daanaa | Dan | Dana | Dane | Dani | Dann | Dano | Dany | Danya | Dean |

Related Names

Anahid  (Armenian)
Armenian Form of Diana the Moon Goddess
Artemas  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artemis  (Greek)
Virgin Goddess of the Moon; Huntress; Goddess of the Hunt. Mythology; the Equivalent of the Roman Diana
Artemisia  (Greek)
Gift from Artemis. of Artemis, the Greek Counterpart of the Roman Goddess Diana. Queen of Caria, Artemisia, Was Responsible for the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, One of the Seven Wonders of the World
Artemus  (Greek)
Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana). Famous Bearer: American Humorist Charles Farrar Browne Used the Pseudonym Artemus Ward
Artimas  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artimis  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artimus  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Dawn  (Greek)
Diana, Sunrise
Deana  (English)
From the Valley. Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deandra  (American)
From the Name Diana
Deane  (English)
From the Valley. Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deann  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deanna  (English)
From the Valley. Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deanna  (Latin)
The Archer, Divine Godess of the Hunt, Another Form of Diana
Deanna  (Latin)
Variant of Diana: Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearer: Diana Was the Roman Goddess of Fertility and Childbirth, of Hunting, and the Moon
Deanne  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deanne  (French)
Variant of Diane: the French Form of the Latin Diana. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Greek Goddess of the Moon
Deeana  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deeann  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deeanna  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deena  (English)
Variant of Diana Meaning Divine
Deona  (English)
Variant of Diana: Divine
Deondra  (English)
Variant of Diana: Divine
Deonna  (English)
Variant of Diana: Divine
Deonne  (English)
Variant of Diana: Divine
Di  (Latin)
Diminutive of Diana: Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearer: the Late Lady Diana Spencer, Often Called 'Lady Di', Married British Prince Charles and Became Princess Diana of Wales
Di  (French)
Diminutive of Diane: the French Form of the Latin Diana. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Greek Goddess of the Moon
Diahann  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diahna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dian  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diandra  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diane  (French)
The French Form of the Latin Diana. Famous Bearer: Diane De Poitiers, Mistress of France's King Henri Ii.Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Dep
Diane  (Latin)
Variant of Diana: Fertile. God, Devine
Dianna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Diannah  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dianne  (French)
The French Form of the Latin Diana. Famous Bearer: Diane De Poitiers, Mistress of France's King Henri Ii.Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Dep
Diantha  (English)
Modern Blend of Diana (Divine Huntress) and Anthea (Flower)
Dionne  (French)
From Diana
Dyana  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dyann  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Dyanna  (French)
Divine. Mythological Ancient Roman Divinity Diana Was Noted for Beauty and Swiftness; Often Depicted As a Huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales
Harry  (German)
Variant of Henry: Home or House Ruler. Nickname of Prince Henry, Son of Prince Charles and the Late Princess Diana of Wales
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