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1
When I hear this name, I immediately think of the color white. The champion of Pokemon X and Y is probably the reason. Quite fitting, considering that the name means heavenly.

Overall a beautiful sounding name. Not sure if I would like a name associated with the most Rule 34 Pokemon (Gardevoir) however...
― Anonymous User  9/22/2020
1
"Diantha" is the title character of a Charlotte Perkins Gilman novel, "What Diantha Did." The book is about an early 20c woman who decides to help liberate women from housework by creating a hotel/catering business.
28verses  3/10/2019
3
I am named after my grandmother, who died when my dad was 2, but my parents added a twist to the name- Dianatha! I am proud to have this name. And I love my Pokemon character. Phooey on those of you who dis my name.
dianatha  1/30/2019
4
Woah, it sounds Greek. I wonder if it's related to Diana?
kayisforkeen  11/2/2018
-13
Sorry but Diantha just sounds really stupid.
― Anonymous User  11/1/2015
7
I really like this name! Would be a great way to honor my aunt Diane, who actually loves flowers and gardening.
― Anonymous User  6/28/2014
2
Diantha is the name of the Champion in Pokemon X and Y. She is also an actress.
Buneary  10/12/2013
-3
I'm biased about this name. On the one hand, it looks beautiful and is unique in some sophisticated way. On the other hand, the last syllable "tha" puts me off. So, I like the look of the name but not the pronunciation. I'm going to just stick with Diana or Deanna.
Skylar_Arianna  6/7/2013
6
I think Diantha is very pretty. I love the meaning; and I like the idea of the nickname "Thee."

It just seems very regal and elegant. I like that about it.
Lunar_Wolf  8/26/2010
-9
Diana is nice on its own, but Diantha sounds overly frilly and ugly. I don't like these pseudo-Greek names.
bananarama  2/7/2010
3
I actually grew up with a girl named Diantha. She said she was named after her mom's favorite flower.
emily  2/5/2010
3
This name is also used in The Netherlands, at least since the 60's. A fair number of Dutch prospective parents were inspired to name their daughter after a main character in a book called "De ongename reisgenoot." [noted -ed]
Lucille  6/24/2009
-11
I hate the first and last syllable in this name and find it butt-ugly.
slight night shiver  5/20/2008
2
The first wife of 19th century American abolitionist John Brown was named Dianthe, probably a variant of Diantha.
fallencaryatid  5/30/2007

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