Diana is a name of Hebrew origin that means “divine”. It was originally used as a name for the Roman goddess of the moon and hunting, but in Jewish culture, it has evolved to represent a strong, independent woman. In modern times, the name has been translated into Hebrew as “Dayana,” and is often given to girls who are seen as leaders or trailblazers. One notable example is Dayana Yastremska, a Ukrainian tennis player who was ranked world No. 21 in 2019.


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Bimah, Hefzibah, Maazyah, Tzvi, Yardeniah

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