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Although I am English with an Irish background, this name says a lot to me. The way it looks, the way it sounds - even the idea of a little girl named this is of much enjoyment. I like this name best with the name Nyleen (Daciana Nyleen, isn't that GREAT?!)
-- Athena_skye  8/24/2006
Daciana - the origin of this Romanian feminine name is indeed from Dacia, the ancient name of today Romania. But this means three regions (Transilvania, Moldavia and Walachia), and not just two as in your commentary. Transilvania was the most important center of social, economical and military life of Dacia. Even the capital (the city of Sarmizegetusa) is located in Transilvania-Orashtie Mountains.
In Romania, is used also the name DACIAN, as the masculine form of Daciana.
-- Ventor_76  11/25/2006
I really like the name! It has this sweetness and yet strength in the way it sounds! Beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  1/12/2007
The Dacians were originally known as the daoi, from Phrygian daos, meaning "wolf."
-- Anonymous User  7/4/2007
This name is beautiful, though I'm not sure how to pronounce it:
DAH-see-AH-nah? DAHS-YAH-nah? Da-SHAH-nah? Whichever way it is, I LOVE it.

For some reason it reminds me of chocolate, and I'm not sure why. Certainly not a bad association. :)
-- Maro  6/8/2008
Well, considering it's Romanian, we say it Dah-chi-ana, with "chi" as in "children". Hope it helps. ;)
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2008
Pronounced dah-chee-AHN-ah.
-- Kate  6/14/2011

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