Dianna is a modern respelling of the classic girl's name, Diana. It's of Latin origin and translates to "divine" or "heavenly." One of the original inspirations for this name's popularity is Diana, the Roman goddess associated with the moon and hunting. This protector of childbirth and the Earth's natural beauty will bring out baby's warmth and compassion as well as a fierce need to safeguard the environment. As an added bonus, that extra 'n' in Dianna lends a bit of spiritual goodness thanks to the Hebrew name Anna. Some notable people lucky enough to share this name include the late Diana, Princess of Wales, and singers Ross and Krall.
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