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1
Looks too similar to “idiot”.
Mykedewolf  10/20/2020
2
I think it quite cute and very nice to type... I'm not too-too sure how it might be properly pronounced, but I pronounce it as "de-ot" personally and I think that has a nice tone. It makes a nice nickname or even a name.
Artilitart  1/2/2020
2
Sounds like diet.
SeaSkye  2/11/2019
-1
Just need to add an I to the front... and voila! Gorgeous.
kayisforkeen  9/1/2018
-3
Ugly.
Curious me  7/24/2018
1
I just... No. This is asking your kid to get bullied in school.

I recommend going with Dia (f) or Dio (m) if you want to maintain something similar. Maybe even Dot or Dottie, but that name might not age well with the child. Even if it's just a nickname it'll sound like you're either calling your kid Diet, or Idiot, both of which aren't preferable.
Sugarbandit  7/21/2018
1
This name originated as a diminutive to Dionisia but evolved to become a transferred use of a forename to a surname.
LMS  8/12/2017
0
Apparently there was a family Coke in England in 1379 who named their daughter Diot.
Caprice  9/28/2010
-1
Add an 'i' before it. You get idiot.
Sorry, but this nickname would never be used in the modern English-speaking world. I'm not even sure if other countries would use this. Dionisia is a beautiful name. Too bad it has really bad (medieval) nicknames.
― Anonymous User  9/1/2009

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