Name Source: Diahann
In ancient times, there existed a goddess noted for her beauty and swiftness. Diahann was her name; she was considered the chaste goddess of the hunt. She was the nurturer of children and feminine values, and protector of the weak and vulnerable.
Diahann did not have satisfying relationships with men; she frequently sought companionship from women friends, usually nymphs.
She was beautiful, tall, and very cunning while using her golden bow. Usually surrounded by wolves and deer.
Protector of all new-born girl-children, of the nursing infant and women. Symbolizes women's independence from men.