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Gender: F Meaning of Dianne: "divine" Origin of Dianne: Spelling variation of Diane

Dianne, one of the many offshoots and variations of the classic Diana, had its moment in the sun in the 1940s--it was a Top 100 name from 1943 to 1952. It now would make a very unlikely choice.

This spelling is currently associated with California Senator Dianne Feinstein.

Famous People Named Dianne

Dianne Evelyn Wiest, American actress
Dianne Emiel Feinstein, U.S. Senator from California
Dianne Margaret de Leeuw, Dutch Olympic figure skater
Dianne Rowling, younger sister of British novelist J. K. Rowling
Dianne Van Rensburg, South African tennis player
Dianne Reeves, American jazz singer
Dianne Kay, American actress
Dianne Barbara Lennon, American singer with the Lennon Sisters
Dianne Mae Heatherington, Canadian singer and TV personality
Dianne Hayter, Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, British politician
Dianne Marie Alagich, Australian footballer
Dianne Fromholtz, Australian tennis player
Dianne Doan, American actress (Disney "Descendants")
Dianne Gallagher, American TV journalist
Cara Mia Dianne Wayans, daughter of actor/comedian Damon Wayans

Pop Culture References for the name Dianne

Dianne, a lead character in "Drugstore Cowboy," played by Kelly Lynch
Dianne Gibbons, character on TV's "Wicked City"
Dianne, character in the film "Shaun of the Dead"
Dianne Springer Fitzgerald, character on TV's "Pretty Little Liars"
Dianne Ellis, character on 2007 TV miniseries "The Circuit"
Dianne Crouch, character in 2006 TV movie "Christmas on Chestnut Street"
"Dianne," 1996 Canadian indie film