Gender Feminine

Meaning & History

Hawaiian form of Diana. It was brought to wider attention in the late 1980s, likely by the Hawaiian fitness instructor Kiana Tom (1965-), who had a television show on ESPN beginning in 1988 [1].

Related Names

VariantsDiana, Dianna, Keanna, Kianna(English)
Other Languages & CulturesDiana(Armenian) Diana(Bulgarian) Diana(Catalan) Dijana, Dajana(Croatian) Diana(Czech) Diana(Danish) Diana(Dutch) Diana(Estonian) Diane(French) Diana(Georgian) Diana(German) Diána(Hungarian) Diana(Italian) Diāna(Latvian) Diana(Lithuanian) Dijana(Macedonian) Diana(Norwegian) Diana(Polish) Diana(Portuguese) Divina(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Diana(Roman Mythology) Diana(Romanian) Diana(Russian) Dijana, Dajana(Serbian) Diana(Slovak) Dijana(Slovene) Diana(Spanish) Dayana(Spanish (Latin American)) Divina(Spanish (Philippines)) Diana(Swedish) Diana(Ukrainian)
Same SpellingKiana 2
User SubmissionKiana


People think this name is

youthful   natural   wholesome   refined   strange  


Sources & References

  1. Evans, Cleveland Kent. The Great Big Book of Baby Names. Publications International, 2006, page 480.
Entry updated January 21, 2022