Diane

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Gender: F Meaning of Diane: "divine" Origin of Diane: French variation of Diana

Like Joanne and Christine, middle-aged Diane has been overshadowed by the a-ending version of her name. Diane has a definite mid-century feel; it was a Top 20 name from 1946 to 1959. Though it has several distinguished bearers, including Dianes Sawyer, Keaton, von Furstenberg, Lane, Arbus, Kruger and Farr, it is rarely used for babies today.

Famous People Named Diane

Diane de France, daughter of King Henry II of France
Diane de Poitiers, 16th-century French noblewoman, prominent courtier of King Francis I and King Henry II
Diane Arbus, American photographer
(Lila) Diane Sawyer, American TV journalist
Diane Keaton, American actress
Diane Simone Michelle (Halfin) von Furstenberg, Belgian-American fashion designer
Diane Kruger, German actress and model
Diane Lane, American actress
Diane Ladd (born Rose Diane Ladner), American actress
Diane Murphy, former child actress, twin sister Erin Murphy
Diane Eve Warren, American songwriter
Diane Farr, American actress
Diane Marie Disney Miller, elder daughter of Walt Disney
Diane O'Meara, young American woman unintentionally involved in the 2013 Manti Te'o hoax case
Diane Franklin, American actress
Diane Neal, American actress
Diane Tell, Canadian pop-jazz singer-songwriter
Diane Judith Nash, American civil rights activist
Diane Pamela Wood, U.S. federal judge
Diane Guerrero, American actress
Diane English, American screenwriter, producer, and director

Pop Culture References for the name Diane

Diane Johnson, six-year-old character on TV's "Black-ish"
Diane Nixon, main character in 2011 film "The Good Doctor," played by Riley Keough
"Jack and Diane," 2012 film starring Juno Temple as Diane
Diane Freeling, a lead character in "Poltergeist," played by JoBeth Williams
Diane, main character in 2012 film "Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding," played by Catherine Keener
Diane, character on TV's "Episodes"
Diane, lead character in 1937 film "Seventh Heaven"
"Diane," theme song from 1937 film "Seventh Heaven," starring Simone Simon and Jimmy Stewart
Diane Holmes, character in TV movie "Under the Mistletoe"
Diane Chambers, character on TV's "Cheers"
"Jack and Diane," song by John Cougar Mellencamp
"Little Diane," song by Dion
"My Diane," song by The Beach Boys
"Oh Diane," song by Fleetwood Mac from the album "Mirage"
"Diane Young," song by Vampire Weekend
"Diane," 1956 film about Diane de Poitiers, with Lana Turner
Diane's, clothing store
Diane Symonds, character in "Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You"
Diane Barrows, character in film "It Takes Two"
Diane Jenkins, character from American soap "The Young and the Restless"
Diane Sterling-Fornell-Gibbs, a character in "NCIS"
Diane, character on TV's "The Strain"
Steak Diane
Pinkamena Diane Pie, character in animated series "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic"

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