Diana

the Roman goddess of fertility, the moon, nature and childbirth; portrayed in art as a huntress; identified with Artemis.
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Diana

[n] - English aristocrat who was the first wife of Prince Charles 2. [n] - (Roman mythology) virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon
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Diana

Opening vocal syllables sung usually in rumba used to set the key of the song.
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Diana

In Roman mythology, the goddess of chastity, hunting, and the Moon; daughter of Jupiter and twin of Apollo. Her Greek equivalent is the goddess
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Diana

Towed anti-aircraft gun mount, BMARC [UK]
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Diana

Di·a'na noun [ Latin Diana .] (Myth.) The daughter of Jupiter and Latona; a virgin goddess who presided over hunting, chastity, and marriage; -- identified with the Greek goddess Artemis . « And chaste Diana haunts the forest shade.» Pope. Diana mo...
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diana

The daughter of Jupiter and Latona; a virgin goddess who presided over hunting, chastity, and marriage; identified with the Greek goddess Artemis. 'And chaste Diana haunts the forest shade. ... <zoology> ' (Pope) Diana monkey, a handsome, white-bearded monkey of West Africa (Cercopithecus Diana). ... Origin: L. Diana. ... Source: Websters Dic...
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Diana

noun (Roman mythology) virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon; counterpart of Greek Artemis
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Diana

Princess of Wales noun English aristocrat who was the first wife of Prince Charles; her death in an automobile accident in Paris produced intense national mourning (1961-1997)
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Diana

• (n.) The daughter of Jupiter and Latona; a virgin goddess who presided over hunting, chastity, and marriage; -- identified with the Greek goddess Artemis.
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Diana

(from the article `Revere`) ...First known as Rumney Marsh, it was settled in 1626 and was part of Boston from 1632 until 1739, when it became part of Chelsea. During the ...
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Diana

(from the article `Houdon, Jean-Antoine`) The most celebrated of Houdon`s mythological works is his supple, elegant statue of `Diana,` first shown in 1777, although not at the Salon—possibly ... ...to a pretty and intimate Rococo ideal that is the quintessence of 18th-century taste. This Classicism was purified by Jean-A...
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Diana

(from the article `Two Gentlemen of Verona, The`) The main source of the play`s plot was a translation of a long Spanish prose romance titled Los siete libros de la Diana (1559?; The Seven Books of ... ...Twelfth Night. As is generally true of Shakespeare, he derived the essentials of his plot from a narrative source, in this case a lon...
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Diana

in Roman religion, goddess of wild animals and the hunt, identified with the Greek goddess Artemis. Her name is akin to the Latin words dium (`sky`) ... [3 related articles]
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Diana

[1823] Diana was a steam paddle steamer built in 1823 as a merchant vessel and purchased by the Bengal Government in 1824. During the First Anglo-Burmese War she became the first steam-powered warship of the Honourable East India Company to see action. She was transferred to the Burmese Government in 1826 and to back to the company for use ...
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DIANA

[intermediate language] DIANA, the Descriptive Intermediate Attributed Notation for Ada, is an intermediate language used to represent the semantics of an Ada program. It was originally designed as an interface between the front end (syntactic analysis) and middle (semantic analysis) of the compiler on the one hand and the back end (code ge...
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Diana

[given name] Diana is a feminine given name probably derived from an Indo-European root word referring to the divine. It is the name of the Roman goddess Diana, the goddess of the moon, the hunt, forests, and childbirth. The French form of the name is Diane. In Persian language Diana means `supplier (messenger) of beneficence & wellness`. D...
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Diana

Diana (dīăn'u) , in Roman religion, goddess of the moon, forests, animals, and women in childbirth. She was probably originally a forest goddess and a special patroness of women. She was identified with the Greek Artemis, and at her temple on the Aventine at Rome she was honored as t...
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Diana

Diana, princess of Wales, 1961–97, wife of Charles, prince of Wales, heir to the British throne. The daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer, Lady Diana Frances Spencer was a kindergarten teacher in London before her 1981 marriage to Charles. They had two sons, the princes William (b. 1982) and Henry...
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Diana

In Roman mythology, Diana was an ancient Italian goddess, in later times identified with the Greek Artemis, With whom she had various attributes in common, being the virgin goddess of the moon and of the hunt, and as such associated with the crescent moon, bow, arrows, and quiver. The name is a feminine form of Janus. She seems to have been origina...
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Diana

Diana is a Swiss, trailer-mounted, twin 25 mm cannon anti-aircraft gun. Early versions were fitted with Oerlikon KBA cannons, later models with the KBB cannon. Diana fires 600 rounds-per-minute from a dual belt feed with a muzzle velocity of between 1100 and 1375 metres per second.
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Diana

In Roman mythology, the goddess of chastity, hunting, and the Moon; daughter of Jupiter and twin of Apollo. Her Greek equivalent is the goddess Artemis. The huntress was depicted as an athlete bearing a bow and arrow, and sometimes a shield against Cupid's love darts. Hounds, stags, and nymphs were her companions, including Callisto transfo...
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Diana

Diana is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `divine, noble` The name Diana is most commonly given to Italian girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Dayann Dian (English) Dione (English) Dyan (English ) Dioni Diony Di Dyonne The name sounds like: Dina, Dana, Dhana, Digna, Diona, Duana, Dwana See ...
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Diana

[Paul Anka song] `Diana` is a song written and made famous by Paul Anka in 1957, recorded in May 1957 at Don Costa studio in New York. Reportedly inspired by a high school friend of Anka`s named Diana Ayoub, in an interview with NPR`s Terry Gross in 2005, Anka stated that it was inspired by a girl at his church whom he hardly knew. The orig...
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Diana

[ship] Many ships have held the name of Diana. They include: ...
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