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This name is pronounced "Dee-UHN" in France, not Dee-ANN. It is pronounced "Dee-ah-neh" in Germany.
-- Destry  4/15/2005
A famous bearer of this name is actress Diane Keaton, whose birth name, Hall, inspired the movie 'Annie Hall', for which she won the Oscar as Best Actress in 1977.
-- alberto  6/7/2005
Diane Arbus was an American photographer.
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2006
Famous bearer is Diane Kruger, a German actress.
-- Anonymous User  3/25/2006
Famous bearer is Diane Lane, an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2006
I can't complain about the name Diane, it is my mum's name. Well her name is actually Barbara Diane but goes by Diane. It is a pretty name, very classy.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
"Why Diane?" is the title of a novel written by Stella Pevsner, about a 15 year old girl, who commits suicide and the family's fight for going on.
-- elliebeth  2/16/2007
This is my middle name. I love that it is shorter than my first name Christina. I love saying it. Once in a blue moon my grams calls me Diane when she's mad at me. -.-
-- tinabe  7/22/2007
I think this name is cute and feminine and I would pronounce it dye-ann.
-- Honeyrose  7/29/2007
This is my best friend's name, she pronounces it dye-ann, not dee-un or whatever. Lol. I think that it's a very pretty, uncommon name and I love it.
-- pinkyj124  2/4/2008
Sounds like "Die, Ann!"
-- jasmineenimsaj  3/1/2008
I've seen it spelt "Diyane".
-- JungKyungSoon  4/13/2008
This name sounds like the name of some wallflower-y, mousy, middle-aged woman who has gotten a little chubby and wears loose-fitting clothes. It also makes me think of somewhat dimwitted country girls and women from a few decades back. I actually hate the first syllable, and I think even names like Brianne and Deanne are better.
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2008
Seconded. Diane sounds dated (not in the good way) and frumpy.
-- silenthistories  7/16/2010
This is my mommy's name, so I naturally like it :) Even if it wasn't her name, I would still like it. It sounds very mature and sophisticated. :) I like so much more than Diana! Isn't it weird how adding on/taking off a syllable can ruin a name for someone? O_o
-- Jesus_Freak  6/12/2008
Diane Neal is an actress who plays Prosecutor Casey Novak on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.
-- norah_girl  7/23/2008
I understand that the name means queen of the hunt. I don't like this meaning. It's too war like. Also, it sounds like death. Die Ann. Although I really liked Princess Diana.
-- KayeKiLa  8/9/2008
For some reason, every Diane I know is Asian. Now I can't even imagine a non-Asian named Diane.
-- gio2475  9/20/2008
I find it dated and ugly. It reminds me of death. Awful name.
-- hamilton  4/14/2009
Diane is the French form of Diana. During the Renaissance, the French considered hunting as one of the greatest delights so they named their daughters after the goddess of the hunt / moon Diana.
-- MissAnon  5/20/2011
It's mine and my mothers middle name. It means Divine, Heavenly. My mothers family is French and the name goes very far back in our family. Some people say it sounds dated. Uh yeah, it is dated. In fact it's ancient and that's why I love it. I really like it in the Greek form too, Diana.
-- MissAnon  5/20/2011
A famous bearer is actress Diane Kruger who played leading lady in such films as Troy, National Treasure and Inglourious Bastards. Who by the way is NOT frumpy, old, wallflower-ish or any of the like. She's a young breathtakingly beautiful girl. So all you Diane / Dianas be proud. It's a classic and beautiful name with interesting origins. : )
-- Anonymous User  5/22/2011
The meaning is just gorgeous. Heavenly, Divine. How sweet!
-- Anonymous User  5/25/2011
"Diane de Versailles" is a slightly over lifesize marble statue of the Greek goddess Artemis, with a deer, located in the Musée du Louvre, Paris. The statue is also known as Diane Chasseresse ("Diana Huntress"), Diana à la Biche, Artemis of the Chase, and Artemis with the Hind. She is elegant and breathtaking. From the moment I saw her she became my personal favorite statue.
-- PosieZ  6/7/2011
I have an aunt named Diane but we mostly call her Di. I don't hate this name but I prefer the Greek Diana.
-- JaciGia  8/4/2011
I want to like Diane because it goes with my other girl names... Estelle (star), Celeste (sky), Clarisse (bright), and Lucille (light), and then Diane, which comes from Diana, the Roman goddess of the moon. However, I find it extremely dated. The "die" part doesn't really bother me, but I have a hard time picturing it on a little girl. Kinda like Linda.
-- Bunko0  8/6/2011
Diane Downs (born August, 1955), a divorced Oregon postal worker, was convicted in 1984 of shooting her three children (Christie, 8; Cheryl, 7; and Danny, 3) on the evening of May 19, 1983, killing Cheryl and seriously injuring Christie and Danny. Downs, notorious for her affairs with married men, was obsessed by a married former coworker who did not want children in his life and Downs, unwilling to accept his rejection, reasoned that eliminating her children would allow her to continue the affair.
Christie Downs, at nine years of age, confirmed in June 1984 at her mother's trial that her mother was the one who shot her and Cheryl and Danny. Downs, heavily pregnant with a fourth child as a means to elicit sympathy, was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. Diagnosed with three personality disorders (Narcissistic, Histrionic, and Antisocial), equating to a sociopath, she maintains her innocence although she still can't keep her story straight.
-- gaelruadh19  1/10/2012
Diane de Poitiers (1499-1566) was a French noblewoman and famous as the favorite of King Henri II of France (1519-1559). A glamorous woman, Diane had Henri totally smitten, much to the resentment of his wife, Queen Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), who tolerated her husband's concubine.
-- gaelruadh19  1/10/2012
Diane Chamberlaine is an American author of 21 novels including, "Before the Storm" and "The Bay at Midnight".
-- Anonymous User  7/9/2012
This name is also used in The Netherlands, where it is a fairly rare name. The name was at its most popular there between 1969 and 1979 (with the highest number being 102 births in 1972), after which the name slowly decreased in popularity. In at least the past 6 years, there were less than 10 little Dianes born each year.

The Dutch pronunciation of the name is: dee-AH-nə.
-- Lucille  1/15/2013
There is a song by Vampire Weekend called "Diane Young", a play on "dyin' young".
-- Anonymous User  5/29/2013
Nowhere near as popular as it once was, the name Diane was only given to 121 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Sounds like'Dying'.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/6/2014

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