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  1. #1
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    Di, Dianna and how to use it?

    I love the nickname Di, I think it's really cute. I also like the name Dianna and find it oddly cute. Problem is that I have a family member with the name that I'm not particularly fond off so I was looking for alternatives.

    So what you do you think? What are some names that could have the nickname Di?

    What about names similar to Dianna?
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  2. #3
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    Dinah is the first that comes to mind.

  3. #5
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    Well my name is Diana and I know another Diana. I always preferred the 1 n, 2 just seems redundant. Plus Diana is the original spelling.

    Other ideas:
    Diane
    Dianthe
    Dionne
    Dionna
    Dior

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  4. #7
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    Dinah was the first thing that came to mind here, too.

    For what it's worth, I actually like the Dianna spelling. I'd never heard of it until I started watching Glee (the actress who plays Quinn has her name spelled that way), but it's one of the few variants that I like better than the original name. I guess part of it is that I like 'Anna' and so it seems like a subtle combo-name to me, and it avoids the 'ana' fragment that has negative connotations to me.

  5. #9
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    I know this doesn't help you but I have an aunt named, Dianna. Lol. But I agree Dinah is cute!!

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