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4 Diva names and what they mean, for diva for baby girls, listing 1-4.
Jessie .. Opera diva Jessye Norman.
Kiri Familiar due to Kiri te Kanawa, Maori opera diva from New Zealand.
Melba Created as a surname by opera diva Nellie Melba (born Helen Mitchell), named after her hometown, Melbourne Australia ..
Monserrat .. Opera diva Montserrat Caballe.
Jessie and Melba are commonly used names, while Kiri and Monserrat are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
Kanara .. (Hebrew) "Little bird, canary."
Chante .. From the word "chanter" ..
Augusta .. Ge Wodehouse's foppish hero Bertie Wooster had a terrifying Aunt Augusta, possibly giving the name a slightly intimidating connotation Popular in Britain toward the end of the 19th century ..
Alice .. Made famous by the heroine in Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (1865) and "Through the Looking Glass" (1872), who was based on his child friend Alice Lidell, daughter of the Dean of Christ Church, Oxford ..
Cosette .. Literary: in Victor Hugo's musical "Les MisÚrables", Cosette is the female romantic lead and Jean Valjean's beloved adopted daughter.
Isadora .. Isis was the principal goddess of ancient Egypt ..
Cymbeline .. The title of Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" (1609), whose protagonist is a 12th-century king of Britain.
Alice .. Singer Alicia Keys.
Lark .. Nature name: a type of playful, lighthearted songbird.
Adeline .. Opera soprano Adelina Patti (late 19th century) and a well-known song called "Sweet Adeline" gave the name exposure ..
Altaira .. In astronomy, Altair is a star of the first magnitude, the brightest star in the constellation Aquila.
Alana .. Award-winning pop vocalist Alanis Morissette ..
Calliope .. (Greek) "Beautiful voice." ..
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