Other Origin(s):Roman; French
Diane is a feminine name of Latin origin. Derived from the word divinus meaning “divine,” this elegant name first became popular in the mid 20th century. Diane is also a French version of “Diana” and an old English surname that evolved from “denu” meaning “valley.” In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of the moon and countryside. With so many points of inspiration for baby, Diane is a worthy choice to reflect divinity and nature’s beauty.
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