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Diana British & World English

An early Italian goddess associated with hunting, virginity, and, in later literature, with the moon

diana British & World English

A North American fritillary (butterfly), the male of which is orange and black and the female blue and black

Diana, Princess of Wales British & World English

(1961–97), former wife of Prince Charles; title before marriage Lady Diana Frances Spencer. The daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer, she married Prince Charles in 1981; the couple were divorced in 1996. She became a popular figure through her charity work and glamorous media appearances, and her death in a car crash in Paris gave rise to intense national mourning

Diana in Mitford British & World English

Nancy (Freeman) (1904–73) and her sister Jessica (Lucy) (1917–96), English writers. Nancy achieved fame with comic novels including Love in a Cold Climate (1949). Jessica became an American citizen in 1944, and is best known for her works on American culture, notably The American Way of Death (1963). Among their four sisters were Unity (1914–48), who was an admirer of Hitler, and Diana (1910–2003), who married Sir Oswald Mosley in 1936

Ross, Diana British & World English

(B.1944), American pop and soul singer. Originally the lead singer of the Supremes, she went on to become a successful solo artist. She received an Oscar for her role as Billie Holiday in the film Lady Sings the Blues (1972)

Diana monkey British & World English

A West African monkey that has a black face with a white crescent on the forehead

Speyeria diana in diana British & World English

A North American fritillary (butterfly), the male of which is orange and black and the female blue and black

Cercopithecus diana in Diana monkey British & World English

A West African monkey that has a black face with a white crescent on the forehead

Lady Diana Frances Spencer in Diana, Princess of Wales British & World English

(1961–97), former wife of Prince Charles; title before marriage Lady Diana Frances Spencer. The daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer, she married Prince Charles in 1981; the couple were divorced in 1996. She became a popular figure through her charity work and glamorous media appearances, and her death in a car crash in Paris gave rise to intense national mourning

Diana English-Spanish

Diana

diana Spanish-English

reveille

Diana Spanish-English

Diana

tocan (a) diana a las seis in diana Spanish-English

they sound reveille at six

I want to get Diana into the picture as well in get English-Spanish

quiero que Diana también salga en la foto

I want to get Diana into the picture as well in get into English-Spanish

quiero que Diana también salga en la foto