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Diletta D'Andrea (1942-) is an Italian actress and theatre actress.

Diletta Petronio (1960-) is an Italian journalist.

Diletta Crespi (1990-) is an Italian footballer

Diletta Leotta (1991-) is an Italian television presenter.

Diletta Carli (1996-) is an Italian singer. She competed in the 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay event at the 2012 Summer Olympics and in the 400 metre freestyle in 2016 Summer Olympics.
Felie  2/4/2020
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In Italy Diletta was #69 most popular names used for feminine newborns in 2016 with 575 new Diletta that year.

In 2017 the number increased as were born 770 Diletta (the highest number since national Statistics).
Felie  3/3/2019
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Meaning: Derived from Latin dilecta "beloved; desired; favorite", ultimately from Latin diligere "to respect; to esteem; to love".

(Information from name #4879 originally submitted by an anonymous user).
Frollein Gladys  3/1/2019

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