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
"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
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
Woah, it sounds Greek. I wonder if it's related to Diana?
kayisforkeen  11/2/2018
Sorry but Diantha just sounds really stupid.
― Anonymous User  11/1/2015
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
Diantha is the name of the Champion in Pokemon X and Y. She is also an actress.
Buneary  10/12/2013
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
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
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
I actually grew up with a girl named Diantha. She said she was named after her mom's favorite flower.
emily  2/5/2010
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
I hate the first and last syllable in this name and find it butt-ugly.
slight night shiver  5/20/2008
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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