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Gender of Di.

Di is a name usually given to girls.

Even though Di is female, why is it sometimes used for boys? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!


Meanings of the name Di.

The following meaning is associated with the name Di:

  • Divine

Origins of Di.

One origin of Di is French.

Names related to Di.

Names with the same meaning as Di are: Alhmanic, Ambros, Ambrosio, Anahid, Arianne, Deann, Deanna, Deanne, Deeana, Deeann, Deeanna, Deona, Deondra, Deonna, Deonne, Devana, Devanna, Devondra, Devonna, Devonne, Devynn, Diahann, Diahna, Diana, Dianna, Diannah, Dyana, Dyann, Dyanna, Laquan, Os, Saurav, Talib and Theola.

Lucky numbers for Di.

Number 5 playing card;©V.H.Smith

The numerological number for the name Di is 5.

Some two digit lucky numbers for Di are: 14 23 32 41 50 59 68 77 86 95.

What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.

How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated five as the lucky number for Di here: Calculating lucky numbers for Di.


Painters

There are fifty Painters called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Painters who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Giotto di Bondone

    Giotto di Bondone is a Painter... ( from the wikipedia article on Giotto di Bondone)

  • Piero di Cosimo

    Piero di Cosimo (also known as Piero di Lorenzo; January 2, 1462After much uncertainty, Piero's birth date was identified in the parish reconds of San Lorenzo by Dennis Geronimus, "The Birth Date, Early Life, and Career of Piero di Cosimo", The Art Bulletin 82.1 (March 2000:164-170); Geronimus was able to rely on the consistency of Lorenzo di Piero d'Antonio's reports of his children's ages at the catasti of 1469 and 1480, and a new database of Florentine baptismal records.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Piero di Cosimo)

  • Domenico di Michelino

    Domenico di Michelino is a Painter... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Domenico di Michelino)

  • Fiorenzo di Lorenzo

    Fiorenzo di Lorenzo is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Fiorenzo di Lorenzo)

  • Santi di Tito

    Santi di Tito is a Painter... ( from the wikipedia article on Santi di Tito)

  • Francis Di Fronzo

    Francis Gregory Di Fronzo (born November 15, 1969 in San Pedro, California, USA) is known for his strikingly realistic and ominous landscape paintings.... ( from the wikipedia article on Francis Di Fronzo)

  • Giovanni di Niccolò Mansueti

    Giovanni di Niccolò Mansueti is a Painter... ( from the wikipedia article on Giovanni di Niccolò Mansueti)

  • Stefano di Giovanni

    Stefano di Giovanni is a Painter... ( from the wikipedia article on Stefano di Giovanni)

  • Domenico di Bartolo

    Domenico di Bartolo is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Domenico di Bartolo)

  • Francesco di Giorgio

    Francesco di Giorgio is a Painter... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Francesco di Giorgio)

Writers

There are forty-six Writers called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Writers who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Di Brandt

    Di Brandt (born 31 Jan 1952) is an award-winning Canadian poet and literary critic. Despite the similarity of their names, she should not be confused with poet Dionne Brand.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Di Brandt)

  • Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

    Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa)

  • Diane di Prima

    Diane di Prima is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Diane di Prima)

  • Mary di Michele

    Mary di Michele (born 6 Aug 1949, Lanciano, Italy) is a Canadian poet and author. She lives in Montreal, Quebec and teaches creative writing at Concordia University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Mary di Michele)

  • Eduardo di Capua

    Eduardo di Capua (March 12, 1865 - October 3, 1917) was an Italian singer and songwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Eduardo di Capua)

  • Antonio di Benedetto

    Antonio di Benedetto, (born 2 November 1922 in Mendoza – died on 10 October 1986 in Buenos Aires), was an Argentine journalist and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Antonio di Benedetto)

  • Janine di Giovanni

    Janine di Giovanni (born 1961) is an author and foreign correspondent. Starting in 1987 she became a regular contributor to The Times, and is now a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and other publications, and writes a weekly column for The Evening Standard and The Guardian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Janine di Giovanni)

  • Patrick Di Justo

    Patrick Di Justo (born April 11, 1964) is a freelance magazine writer who writes about science and technology. He is a contributing editor to Wired magazine.... ( from the wikipedia article on Patrick Di Justo)

  • Mars Di Bartolomeo

    Mars Di Bartolomeo (born 27 June 1952 in Dudelange) is a Luxembourgian politician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mars Di Bartolomeo)

  • Paul Di Filippo

    Paul Di Filippo (born October 29, 1954 in Providence, Rhode Island) is an American science fiction writer. He has been published in Postscripts.... ( from the wikipedia article on Paul Di Filippo)

Soccer Players

There are twenty-three Soccer Players called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Soccer Players who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Roberto Di Matteo

    Roberto Di Matteo is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Roberto Di Matteo)

  • David Di Tommaso

    David Di Tommaso is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Di Tommaso)

  • David Di Michele

    David Di Michele is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Di Michele)

  • Domenico Di Carlo

    Domenico Di Carlo is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Domenico Di Carlo)

  • Antonio Di Natale

    Antonio Di Natale is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Antonio Di Natale)

  • Palmiro Di Dio

    Palmiro Di Dio is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Palmiro Di Dio)

  • Ángel Di María

    Ángel Di María is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ángel Di María)

  • Carmelo Di Bella

    Carmelo Di Bella is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Carmelo Di Bella)

  • Eusebio Di Francesco

    Eusebio Di Francesco is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Eusebio Di Francesco)

  • Massimo Di Ioia

    Massimo Di Ioia is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Massimo Di Ioia)

Sculptors

There are sixteen Sculptors called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Sculptors who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Nanni di Banco

    Nanni di Banco is a Sculptor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Nanni di Banco)

  • Arnolfo di Cambio

    Arnolfo di Cambio is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on Arnolfo di Cambio)

  • Arturo Di Modica

    Arturo Di Modica (born January 26, 1941) is an Italian-American artist, born in Vittoria, Sicily, best known for his sculpture Charging Bull (also known as the Wall Street Bull), which he installed without permission in front of the New York Stock Exchange in December 1989. The work cost US$360,000 of the artist's own money.... ( from the wikipedia article on Arturo Di Modica)

  • Alberto di Giovanni Alberti

    Alberto di Giovanni Alberti, or Berto di San Sepolcro (Sansepolcro 1525 – 1599) was a Tuscan architect, wood carver and painter, who was engaged as master carver at Arezzo, where he was responsible for the choir stalls in the Cathedral, and at Rome (from 1564 to 1586). As a wood carver he specialized in wood inlay, or intaglio.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alberto di Giovanni Alberti)

  • Agostino di Duccio

    Agostino di Duccio is a Sculptor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Agostino di Duccio)

  • Mark di Suvero

    Mark di Suvero is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on Mark di Suvero)

  • Bertoldo di Giovanni

    Bertoldo di Giovanni is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on Bertoldo di Giovanni)

  • Tino di Camaino

    [of Antonio d'Orso, in Santa Maria del Fiore], [[Florence.]]... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Tino di Camaino)

  • Matteo di Guaro Allio

    Matteo di Guaro Allio (1605–1670) was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period, active mainly in Padua. Born in Scaria, in Lombardy, he produced some of the sculpture for the lateral pilasters of the Capella dell'arca of the Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Matteo di Guaro Allio)

  • Giovanni di Balduccio

    Giovanni di Balduccio is a Sculptor... ( from the wikipedia article on Giovanni di Balduccio)

Criminals

There are thirteen Criminals called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Criminals who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Giovanni di Giovanni

    Giovanni di Giovanni (c. 1350 – May 7, 1365?... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Giovanni di Giovanni)

  • Alchiviad Diamandi di Samarina

    Alchiviad Diamandi di Samarina or Alkiviadis Diamandi or Alcibiade Diamandi (sometimes spelled Diamanti, Diamandis, Diamanthis or Diamantis) (Samarina, Greece, August 13, 1893 — Bucharest, July 9, 1948) was an Aromanian (Vlach) political figure of Greece, active during the First and Second World Wars in connection with the Italian officials (who had occupied parts of Greece).... ( from the wikipedia article on Alchiviad Diamandi di Samarina)

  • Ghino di Tacco

    Ghino di Tacco is a Criminal... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ghino di Tacco)

  • Maurizio Di Gati

    Maurizio Di Gati is a Criminal... (extract from the wikipedia article on Maurizio Di Gati)

  • Calcedonio Di Pisa

    Calcedonio Di Pisa (Palermo, October 11, 1931 – Palermo, December 26, 1962), also known as Doruccio, was a member of the Sicilian Mafia. He was the boss of the Mafia family in the Noce neighbourhood in Palermo and sat on the first Sicilian Mafia Commission, the coordinating body of Cosa Nostra in Sicily.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Calcedonio Di Pisa)

  • Giuseppe Di Cristina

    Giuseppe Di Cristina is a Criminal... ( from the wikipedia article on Giuseppe Di Cristina)

  • Filippo di Piero Strozzi

    Filippo di Piero Strozzi (French: Philippe Strozzi, 1541 - July 27, 1582) was an Italian condottiero, a member of the Florentine family of the Strozzi. He fought mainly for France.... ( from the wikipedia article on Filippo di Piero Strozzi)

  • Santo Di Matteo

    Mario Santo Di Matteo (Altofonte, December 7, 1954) also known as Mezzanasca is a member of the Mafia from the town of Altofonte in the province of Palermo, Sicily.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Santo Di Matteo)

  • Baldassare Di Maggio

    Baldassare Di Maggio (San Giuseppe Jato, November 19, 1954), also known as Balduccio, is a member of the Mafia, who became a government witness (pentito). He helped the police to capture the head of Cosa Nostra, Totò Riina, and claimed that Riina respectfully kissed seven-time Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti when they met in 1987.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Baldassare Di Maggio)

  • Paolo Di Lauro

    Paolo Di Lauro is a Criminal... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Paolo Di Lauro)

Actors

There are eleven Actors called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Actors who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Matt Di Angelo

    Matt Di Angelo is an Actor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Matt Di Angelo)

  • Nadia Di Cello

    Nadia Di Cello is an Actor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Nadia Di Cello)

  • Miriam di San Servolo

    Miriam di San Servolo (May 31, 1923 - May 24, 1991) was an Italian actress, born in Rome as Miria Petacci. Her elder sister, Clara Petacci, was Benito Mussolini's mistress and was executed with him on April 28, 1945.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Miriam di San Servolo)

  • Bobby Di Cicco

    Bobby Di Cicco (born 1955) is an American actor. He has starred in several films since the 1970s, but has mostly been involved in television work such as The A-Team.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Bobby Di Cicco)

  • Giusy Di Martino

    Giusy Di Martino is an Italian voice actress.... ( from the wikipedia article on Giusy Di Martino)

  • Claudia Di Girólamo

    Claudia Di Girólamo is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Claudia Di Girólamo)

  • Sergio Di Zio

    Sergio Di Zio (born September 20, 1972 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor. He is currently starring in the television series Flashpoint as Mike "Spike" Scarlatti.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Sergio Di Zio)

  • Alessandro Di Sanzo

    Alessandro Di Sanzo (born 26 August 1967) is an Italian actor best known for his portrayal of the teenaged transvestite prostitute Mario Libassi, nick-named Mery in Marco Risi's dramatic film, Mery per sempre ("Forever Mary"), which was released in 1989 and where he made his acting debut. He received a European Film Award nomination in 1989 for Best Supporting Actor for his performance.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Alessandro Di Sanzo)

  • André Di Mauro

    André Di Mauro is a Brazilian film actor. He appears frequently in movies and on TV.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on André Di Mauro)

  • Sophia Di Martino

    Sophia Di Martino is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Sophia Di Martino)

Bishops

There are eleven Bishops called Di.

Here are the first ten. See Bishops who have the name Di for the full list.

  • Alessandro Peretti di Montalto

    Alessandro Damasceni Peretti di Montalto (1571 – June 2, 1623) was an Italian Roman Catholic Cardinal Deacon. He received the title by his uncle Felice Peretti after the latter was elected Pope Sixtus V on April 24, 1585, in the consistory on May 13; the cardinal was then fourteen years old.... ( from the wikipedia article on Alessandro Peretti di Montalto)

  • Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo

    Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo (born 27 August 1925) is an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic church and Titular Archbishop of Tuscania. He was Archpriest of the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls from 2005 to 2009.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo)

  • Francesco di Paola Villadecani

    Francesco di Paola Villadecani (born 22 February 1780 in Messina in Sicily in Italy, died 13 June 1861 in Messina) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church and was Archbishop of Messina 1823–1861.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Francesco di Paola Villadecani)

  • Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte

    Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte is a Bishop... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte)

  • Annibale di Ceccano

    Annibale Gaetani di Ceccano also spelled: Annibale da Ceccano, Annibale de Ceccano, Annibal Ceccano, Annibal Caetani di Ceccano, Annibal de Ceccano, Annibal de Tusculum, Annibal Gaetani, Ambald., Hannibaldus de Ceccano, Hannibaldus Tusculanus (c.... ( from the wikipedia article on Annibale di Ceccano)

  • Giovanni Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano

    Giovanni Battista Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano (August 27, 1872—March 13, 1952) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Bologna from 1921 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1923.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Giovanni Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano)

  • Giuseppe Francica-Nava di Bontifé

    Giuseppe Francica-Nava de Bontifè (July 23, 1846—December 7, 1928) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Catania from 1895 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1899.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Giuseppe Francica-Nava di Bontifé)

  • Francesco di Paola Cassetta

    Francesco di Paola Cassetta (12 August 1841 – 23 March 1919) was an Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church who served as Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of the Council from 1914 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1899.... ( from the wikipedia article on Francesco di Paola Cassetta)

  • Domenico Pignatelli di Belmonte

    Domenico Pignatelli di Belmonte is a Bishop... (extract from the wikipedia article on Domenico Pignatelli di Belmonte)

  • Bartolomeo di Breganze

    Bartolomeo da Breganze (c.1200 – c.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Bartolomeo di Breganze)

Diplomats

There are nine Diplomats called Di.

  • Carlo Andrea Pozzo di Borgo

    Carlo Andrea Pozzo di Borgo is a Diplomat... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carlo Andrea Pozzo di Borgo)

  • Yu Di

    Yu Di (于頔) (d. 818), courtesy name Yunyuan (允元), formally initially Duke Li of Yan (燕厲公) and later Duke Si of Yan (燕思公), was a general and official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Yu Di)

  • Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant

    Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant (1826–October 17, 1888), Italian statesman and diplomat, was a native of Turin.... ( from the wikipedia article on Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant)

  • Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo

    Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo (born 27 August 1925) is an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic church and Titular Archbishop of Tuscania. He was Archpriest of the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls from 2005 to 2009.... ( from the wikipedia article on Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo)

  • Anna Di Lellio

    Anna Di Lellio is a sociologist, journalist and former United Nations consultant. She has written on a number of topics relating to the United Nations' presence in Kosovo and Iraq.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Di Lellio)

  • Guido Colonna di Paliano

    Guido Colonna di Paliano (16 April 1908 - 27 January 1982) was an Italian diplomat and European Commissioner.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Guido Colonna di Paliano)

  • Michelangelo Pisani di Massa e di Mormile

    Michelangelo Pisani di Massa e di Mormile, count of Massa Lubrense and Mormile, is an Italian diplomat. Born in Naples in 1933, he was educated at the La Sapienza University in Rome.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Michelangelo Pisani di Massa e di Mormile)

  • Raffaele Scapinelli di Léguigno

    Raffaele Scapinelli di Léguigno (April 25, 1858—September 16, 1933) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Prefect of the Congregation of the Affairs of Religious from 1918 to 1920, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1915.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Raffaele Scapinelli di Léguigno)

  • Guido di Tella

    Guido di Tella (June 12, 1931 - December 31, 2001) was an Argentine businessman, academic and diplomat who served as Minister of Foreign Relations between 1991 and 1999.... ( from the wikipedia article on Guido di Tella)

Poets

There are nine Poets called Di.

  • Di Brandt

    Di Brandt (born 31 Jan 1952) is an award-winning Canadian poet and literary critic. Despite the similarity of their names, she should not be confused with poet Dionne Brand.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Di Brandt)

  • Mary di Michele

    Mary di Michele (born 6 Aug 1949, Lanciano, Italy) is a Canadian poet and author. She lives in Montreal, Quebec and teaches creative writing at Concordia University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mary di Michele)

  • Angelo di Costanzo

    Angelo di Costanzo (c. 1507 - 1591), Italian historian and poet, was born at Naples about 1507.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Angelo di Costanzo)

  • Pier Giorgio Di Cicco

    Pier Giorgio Di Cicco (born July 5, 1949) is an Italian-Canadian poet. In 2005 he became the second Poet Laureate of Toronto.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pier Giorgio Di Cicco)

  • Marosa di Giorgio

    Marosa di Giorgio (1932, Salto – 2004, Montevideo) was an acclaimed Uruguayan poet and novelist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Marosa di Giorgio)

  • Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro

    Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro (c. 1300 — March 31, 1342) was an Augustinian monk who was at one time Petrarch's confessor, and who taught Boccaccio at the beginning of his education in the humanities.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro)

  • Ermes di Colorêt

    Ermes di Colorêt (March 28, 1622 – September 21, 1692) was an Italian nobleman and writer who served the Grand Duke of Tuscany and the Holy Roman Emperor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Ermes di Colorêt)

  • Paolo Dagomari di Prato

    Paolo Dagomari da Prato (1282–1374), known in Latin as Paulus Geometrus (Paolo il Geometra, "Paul the Geometer"), was a noted Florentine mathematician and astronomer, such a maestro dell'abbaco (master/teacher of the abacus) that he gained the epithet Paolo dell'Abbaco. Franco Sacchetti called him Paolo Arismetra e Astologo (arithmetician and astronomer) and Giorgio Vasari Paulo Strolago or Paolo Astrologo (astronomer).... ( from the wikipedia article on Paolo Dagomari di Prato)

  • Emanuel di Pasquale

    Emanuel di Pasquale is an American poet and translator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Emanuel di Pasquale)

Architects

There are eight Architects called Di.

  • Giotto di Bondone

    Giotto di Bondone is an Architect... ( from the wikipedia article on Giotto di Bondone)

  • Arnolfo di Cambio

    Arnolfo di Cambio is an Architect... (extract from the wikipedia article on Arnolfo di Cambio)

  • Santi di Tito

    Santi di Tito is an Architect... ( from the wikipedia article on Santi di Tito)

  • Alberto di Giovanni Alberti

    Alberto di Giovanni Alberti, or Berto di San Sepolcro (Sansepolcro 1525 – 1599) was a Tuscan architect, wood carver and painter, who was engaged as master carver at Arezzo, where he was responsible for the choir stalls in the Cathedral, and at Rome (from 1564 to 1586). As a wood carver he specialized in wood inlay, or intaglio.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alberto di Giovanni Alberti)

  • Francesco di Giorgio

    Francesco di Giorgio is an Architect... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Francesco di Giorgio)

  • Carlo di Castellamonte

    Carlo di Castellamonte (1560 - 1641) was an Italian architect, civil and military engineer, one of the main exponents of Piedmontese Baroque.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carlo di Castellamonte)

  • Matteo di Guaro Allio

    Matteo di Guaro Allio (1605–1670) was an Italian sculptor of the Baroque period, active mainly in Padua. Born in Scaria, in Lombardy, he produced some of the sculpture for the lateral pilasters of the Capella dell'arca of the Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua.... ( from the wikipedia article on Matteo di Guaro Allio)

  • Amedeo di Castellamonte

    Amedeo di Castellamonte (1610 – 17 September 1683) was an Italian architect, civil and military engineer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Amedeo di Castellamonte)

Journalists

There are eight Journalists called Di.

  • Antonio di Benedetto

    Antonio di Benedetto, (born 2 November 1922 in Mendoza – died on 10 October 1986 in Buenos Aires), was an Argentine journalist and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Antonio di Benedetto)

  • Janine di Giovanni

    Janine di Giovanni (born 1961) is an author and foreign correspondent. Starting in 1987 she became a regular contributor to The Times, and is now a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and other publications, and writes a weekly column for The Evening Standard and The Guardian.... ( from the wikipedia article on Janine di Giovanni)

  • Patrick Di Justo

    Patrick Di Justo (born April 11, 1964) is a freelance magazine writer who writes about science and technology. He is a contributing editor to Wired magazine.... ( from the wikipedia article on Patrick Di Justo)

  • Mars Di Bartolomeo

    Mars Di Bartolomeo (born 27 June 1952 in Dudelange) is a Luxembourgian politician.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Mars Di Bartolomeo)

  • Di Stewart

    Diana Stewart (born 18 January 1979) is an English television presenter, best known as the presenter of Golf Night on Sky Sports.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Di Stewart)

  • Camilla Di Giuseppe

    Camilla Di Giuseppe (born in Toronto, Ontario) is the 11:30 late night anchor for CTV Calgary. She joined the newsroom in December 2006 as an anchor/reporter.... ( from the wikipedia article on Camilla Di Giuseppe)

  • Giovanni di Lorenzo

    Giovanni di Lorenzo (born March 9, 1959) is a German-Italian journalist. Editor-in-chief (since 2004) of German nationwide weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT and former editor-in-chief of Berlin's liberal daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel (1999-2004; has since retained the position of publisher).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Giovanni di Lorenzo)

  • Catherine Murray di Montezemolo

    Catherine Murray di Montezemolo (September 18, 1925 – April 22, 2009) was a fashion editor with a prominent position in Southampton society.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Catherine Murray di Montezemolo)

Saints

There are seven Saints called Di.

  • Francesco Faà di Bruno

    Francesco Faà di Bruno is a Saint... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Francesco Faà di Bruno)

  • Annibale Maria di Francia

    Annibale Maria di Francia (born July 5, 1851 in Messina, Italy, died June 1, 1927) is a saint venerated by the Roman Catholic Church. His father Francis was a Knight of the Marquises of St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Annibale Maria di Francia)

  • Giovanni di Matera

    Saint John of Matera or Mathera, also Saint John of Pulsano () was a Benedictine monk.... ( from the wikipedia article on Giovanni di Matera)

  • Angelo Carletti di Chivasso

    Blessed Angelo Carletti di Chivasso was a noted moral theologian of the Order of Friars Minor; born at Chivasso in Piedmont, in 1411; and died at Coni, in Piedmont, in 1495.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Angelo Carletti di Chivasso)

  • Angelina di Marsciano

    Blessed Angelina di Marsciano (1377 – 1435) was an Italian nun and foundress, and is a beata of the Roman Catholic Church. She founded a congregation of Third Order Religious Sisters, known today as the Franciscan Sisters of Blessed Angelina.... ( from the wikipedia article on Angelina di Marsciano)

  • Vincenzo Di Francesca

    Vincenzo Di Francesca (1888–1966) was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1951 until his death. However, he is most known for his long struggle to become a member of the LDS Church that is documented in the short LDS Church film How Rare A Possession.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Vincenzo Di Francesca)

  • Maria Crocifissa di Rosa

    Maria Crocifissa Di Rosa (1813-55) was the founder of the Handmaids of Charity in Brescia, Italy, in 1839. TIME Monday, Jun.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Maria Crocifissa di Rosa)

Popes

There are seven Popes called Di.

  • Alessandro Peretti di Montalto

    Alessandro Damasceni Peretti di Montalto (1571 – June 2, 1623) was an Italian Roman Catholic Cardinal Deacon. He received the title by his uncle Felice Peretti after the latter was elected Pope Sixtus V on April 24, 1585, in the consistory on May 13; the cardinal was then fourteen years old.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alessandro Peretti di Montalto)

  • Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte

    Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte is a Pope... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte)

  • Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano

    Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano (July 9, 1828, Bene Vagienna, Italy – December 7, 1913, Rome, Italy) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church in the late nineteenth century. He was Bishop of Ostia and Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals from 1896 until his death.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano)

  • Alberto di Jorio

    Alberto di Jorio (July 18, 1884 – September 5, 1979), was a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and for many years along with the layman Bernadino Nogara the powerhouse behind the growing wealth of the Vatican and the Istituto per le Opere di Religione (popularly known as the "Vatican Bank").... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alberto di Jorio)

  • Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso

    Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (June 20, 1796, Sinnai, archdiocese of Cagliari, Sardinia – March 30, 1878, Rome, Italy) was the dean of the College of Cardinals during the last part of the record long reign of Pope Pius IX.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso)

  • Mario Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano

    Mario Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano (August 12, 1903—November 9, 1988) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Prefect of the Apostolic Palace from 1967 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1969.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Mario Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano)

  • Maria Crocifissa di Rosa

    Maria Crocifissa Di Rosa (1813-55) was the founder of the Handmaids of Charity in Brescia, Italy, in 1839. TIME Monday, Jun.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Maria Crocifissa di Rosa)

Olympic Medalists

There are seven Olympic Medalists called Di.

  • Ilario Di Buò

    Ilario Di Buò (born 13 December 1965 in Trieste) is an archer from Italy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ilario Di Buò)

  • Arnaud Di Pasquale

    Arnaud Di Pasquale is an Olympic Medalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Arnaud Di Pasquale)

  • Manuela Di Centa

    Manuela Di Centa (born January 31, 1963) is an Italian cross-country skier and former Olympic athlete. She is the cousin of former track and field athlete Venanzio Ortis.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Manuela Di Centa)

  • Giorgio Di Centa

    Giorgio Di Centa (born October 7, 1972, Tolmezzo, province of Udine) is an Italian cross country skier who won two gold medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics, including the individual 50 km freestyle race. He is brother to Olympic gold medalist cross country skier Manuela Di Centa.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Giorgio Di Centa)

  • Marco di Carli

    Marco di Carli (born 12 April 1985 in Löningen, Lower Saxony, Germany) is a German swimmer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Marco di Carli)

  • Ángel Di María

    Ángel Di María is an Olympic Medalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Ángel Di María)

  • Tommaso Lequio di Assaba

    Tommaso Lequio di Assaba (October 21, 1893 – December 17, 1965) was an Italian horse rider who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics, in the 1924 Summer Olympics, and in the 1928 Summer Olympics.... ( from the wikipedia article on Tommaso Lequio di Assaba)

Racing Car Drivers

There are five Racing Car Drivers called Di.

  • Martín di Cola

    Martín di Cola is an Argentine race car driver who drove in South American Formula Three throughout 2000, and later in Argentine Formula Renault during 2003.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Martín di Cola)

  • Marcos di Palma

    Marcos di Palma (nicknamed Marquitos) is an Argentine racing car driver.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Marcos di Palma)

  • Patricio Di Palma

    Patricio Di Palma (born 26 June 1971 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine racing driver. He has run in different series, with major success in Turismo Carretera and TC 2000.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Patricio Di Palma)

  • José Luis Di Palma

    José Luis Di Palma (born March 31, 1966), is an Argentine racing driver. He was born in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires province.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on José Luis Di Palma)

  • Luis José di Palma

    Luis José di Palma (born December 17, 1989 in Buenos Aires province) is an Argentine racing driver. He has run in different series, with major success in TC 2000.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Luis José di Palma)

Philosophers

There are five Philosophers called Di.

  • Gioacchino Ventura di Raulica

    Gioacchino Ventura (dei Baroni) di Raulica was an Italian Roman Catholic pulpit orator, patriot, philosopher and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gioacchino Ventura di Raulica)

  • Mariano Di Gangi

    Mariano Di Gangi (23 July 1923 at Brooklyn – 18 March 2008 at Ottawa)remembering.ca obituaryGlobe and Mail obituary... ( from the wikipedia article on Mariano Di Gangi)

  • Raffaella Di Marzio

    Raffaella Di Marzio is an Italian psychologist and theologian. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the academic journal, Cultic Studies ReviewEditorial Board, Cultic Studies Review, International Cultic Studies Association, 2006..... ( from the wikipedia article on Raffaella Di Marzio)

  • Francesco Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria

    Francesco Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria (10 April 1612, Lauria – 30 November 1693, Rome) was an Italian cardinal and theologian.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Francesco Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria)

  • Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro

    Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro (c. 1300 — March 31, 1342) was an Augustinian monk who was at one time Petrarch's confessor, and who taught Boccaccio at the beginning of his education in the humanities.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Dionigi di Borgo San Sepolcro)

Generals

There are five Generals called Di.

  • Yu Di

    Yu Di (于頔) (d. 818), courtesy name Yunyuan (允元), formally initially Duke Li of Yan (燕厲公) and later Duke Si of Yan (燕思公), was a general and official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Yu Di)

  • Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant

    Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant (1826–October 17, 1888), Italian statesman and diplomat, was a native of Turin.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carlo Felice Nicolis, conte di Robilant)

  • Filippo di Piero Strozzi

    Filippo di Piero Strozzi (French: Philippe Strozzi, 1541 - July 27, 1582) was an Italian condottiero, a member of the Florentine family of the Strozzi. He fought mainly for France.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Filippo di Piero Strozzi)

  • Chen Di

    Chen Di () (1541 - 1617), courtesy name: Jili (季立), was a Chinese philologist, strategist and traveler of the Ming Dynasty. A native of Fujian, he was versed in both pen and sword.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Chen Di)

  • Giovanni Marchese di Provera

    Giovanni Marchese di Provera, or Johann Provera, (c. 1736 - 5 July 1804) served in the Austrian army in Italy during the French Revolutionary Wars.... ( from the wikipedia article on Giovanni Marchese di Provera)

Prime Ministers

There are four Prime Ministers called Di.

  • Yu Di

    Yu Di (于頔) (d. 818), courtesy name Yunyuan (允元), formally initially Duke Li of Yan (燕厲公) and later Duke Si of Yan (燕思公), was a general and official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Yu Di)

  • Cesare Alfieri di Sostegno

    Cesare Alfieri di Sostegno (13 August 1799 – 16 April 1869) was an Italian politician and diplomat. He was prime minister of the Kingdom of Sardinia from 27 July 1848 to 15 August 1848.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Cesare Alfieri di Sostegno)

  • Ettore Perrone di San Martino

    Ettore Perrone conte di San Martino (Turin, January 12, 1789 – March 29, 1849) was an Italian politician and military leader. Hector comte Perrone di San Martino, geneanet... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ettore Perrone di San Martino)

  • Maria Beccadelli di Bologna

    Maria Beccadelli di Bologna, Marchesa di Altavilla, Principessa di Camporeale (born February 6, 1848 i Naples, died January 20, 1929 in Rome), married Princess Maria von Bülow, was the wife of Prince Bernhard von Bülow, the Chancellor of Germany.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Maria Beccadelli di Bologna)

Cinematographers

There are three Cinematographers called Di.

  • Gianni di Venanzo

    Gianni di Venanzo (18 December 1920, Teramo, Abruzzo – 3 January 1966), was a distinguished Italian cinematographer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Gianni di Venanzo)

  • Carlo Di Palma

    Carlo Di Palma (17 April 1925, Rome – 9 July 2004, Rome) was an Italian cinematographer, renowned for his work on both color and black-and-white films, who collaborated with Michelangelo Antonioni (Il deserto rosso (1964); the "Il provino" segment in I tre volti (1965); Blowup (1966); Identificazione di una donna (1982)), Woody Allen (Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Radio Days (1987), September (1987), Alice (1990), Shadows and Fog (1992), Husbands and Wives (1992), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), Bullets Over Broadway (1994), Don't Drink the Water (1994), Mighty Aphrodite (1995), Everyone Says I Love You (1996), Deconstructing Harry (1997)), as well as many other noted fim directors during his long and productive career. He is also a little-known film director.... ( from the wikipedia article on Carlo Di Palma)

  • Wu Di (cinematographer)

    Wu Di () is a Chinese cinematographer and one-time film director, known for his collaborations with Sixth Generation director, Wang Xiaoshuai. The director of photography for over ten films (all with mainland directors), Wu Di also wrote and directed a feature of his own, 1995's Goldfish.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Wu Di (cinematographer))

Tennis Players

There are three Tennis Players called Di.

  • Arnaud Di Pasquale

    Arnaud Di Pasquale is a Tennis Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Arnaud Di Pasquale)

  • Carlos di Laura

    Carlos di Laura (born October 19, 1964 in Lima) is a former tennis player from Peru.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carlos di Laura)

  • Alessio di Mauro

    Alessio di Mauro (born August 9, 1977 in Syracuse) is an Italian tennis player. In Buenos Aires, he reached his first final of his career, where Argentine Juan Mónaco defeated di Mauro to win his first career title, 6–1, 6–2; on February 26, 2007.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alessio di Mauro)

Mathematicians

There are three Mathematicians called Di.

  • Francesco Faà di Bruno

    Francesco Faà di Bruno is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Francesco Faà di Bruno)

  • Giulio Carlo de' Toschi di Fagnano

    Giulio Carlo, Count Fagnano, and Marquis de Toschi (December 6, 1682 – September 26, 1766) was an Italian mathematician. He was probably the first to direct attention to the theory of elliptic integrals.... ( from the wikipedia article on Giulio Carlo de' Toschi di Fagnano)

  • Paolo Dagomari di Prato

    Paolo Dagomari da Prato (1282–1374), known in Latin as Paulus Geometrus (Paolo il Geometra, "Paul the Geometer"), was a noted Florentine mathematician and astronomer, such a maestro dell'abbaco (master/teacher of the abacus) that he gained the epithet Paolo dell'Abbaco. Franco Sacchetti called him Paolo Arismetra e Astologo (arithmetician and astronomer) and Giorgio Vasari Paulo Strolago or Paolo Astrologo (astronomer).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Paolo Dagomari di Prato)

Naturalists

There are three Naturalists called Di.

  • Ferdinando Arborio Gattinara di Breme

    Ferdinando Arborio Gattinara di Breme (or François Brême or Ferdinando Arborio di Gattinara), Duc de Sartirana Lomellina, marquis de Breme (30 April 1807 Milan -23 January 1869 , Florence) was an Italian naturalist and entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera and Diptera.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ferdinando Arborio Gattinara di Breme)

  • Flaminio Baudi di Selve

    Flaminio Baudi di Selve (7 July 1821 , Savigliano - 26 June 1901 , Genoa was an Italian entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera but also Heteroptera.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Flaminio Baudi di Selve)

  • Ludovico di Caporiacco

    Ludovico di Caporiacco (1901–1951) was an Italian arachnologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ludovico di Caporiacco)

Classical Composers

There are three Classical Composers called Di.

  • James Di Pasquale

    James Di Pasquale (born 1941 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American musician and composer of contemporary (classical) music and music for television and films.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Di Pasquale)

  • Giovanni Francesco di Caspará

    Giovanni Francesco di Caspará (also Johann Franz von Kasparau) was a minor composer of the Baroque and early Rococo periods. He was born in Milan in 1682, reportedly in mid-July.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Giovanni Francesco di Caspará)

  • Rinaldo di Capua

    Rinaldo di (da) Capua (Capua, ca. 1705 – probably Rome, ca.... ( from the wikipedia article on Rinaldo di Capua)

Film Directors

There are three Film Directors called Di.

  • Fernando Di Leo

    Fernando Di Leo is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on Fernando Di Leo)

  • Leonardo Di Cesare

    Leonardo Di Cesare (born November 2, 1968) is an Argentine producer, film director, and screenplay writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Leonardo Di Cesare)

  • Wu Di (cinematographer)

    Wu Di () is a Chinese cinematographer and one-time film director, known for his collaborations with Sixth Generation director, Wang Xiaoshuai. The director of photography for over ten films (all with mainland directors), Wu Di also wrote and directed a feature of his own, 1995's Goldfish.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Wu Di (cinematographer))

Astronomers

There are three Astronomers called Di.

  • Dennis di Cicco

    Dennis di Cicco (born 1950) is an American amateur astronomer who lives in New England. He has discovered numerous asteroids from his backyard observatory in Sudbury, Massachusetts (IAU code 817).... ( from the wikipedia article on Dennis di Cicco)

  • Andrea Di Paola

    Andrea Di Paola (born 1970) is an Italian astronomer. He works at the Osservatorio astronomico di Roma.... ( from the wikipedia article on Andrea Di Paola)

  • Aldo Di Clemente

    Aldo Di Clemente (born 1948) is an Italian amateur astronomer (active 1996–1997). He has worked as a technician at the Campo Imperatore station of the Osservatorio astronomico di Roma (Astronomical Observatory of Rome) since 1982.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Aldo Di Clemente)

Physicists

There are three Physicists called Di.

  • Dennis di Cicco

    Dennis di Cicco (born 1950) is an American amateur astronomer who lives in New England. He has discovered numerous asteroids from his backyard observatory in Sudbury, Massachusetts (IAU code 817).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Dennis di Cicco)

  • Andrea Di Paola

    Andrea Di Paola (born 1970) is an Italian astronomer. He works at the Osservatorio astronomico di Roma.... ( from the wikipedia article on Andrea Di Paola)

  • Aldo Di Clemente

    Aldo Di Clemente (born 1948) is an Italian amateur astronomer (active 1996–1997). He has worked as a technician at the Campo Imperatore station of the Osservatorio astronomico di Roma (Astronomical Observatory of Rome) since 1982.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Aldo Di Clemente)

Rabbis

There are two Rabbis called Di.

  • Moses ben Joseph di Trani (the Elder)

    Moses ben Joseph di Trani (the Elder) () called מבי"ט or Mabit; Talmudist; born at Salonica 1505; died in Jerusalem 1585. His father had fled to Salonica from Apulia three years prior to his birth.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Moses ben Joseph di Trani (the Elder))

  • Riccardo Di Segni

    Riccardo Di Segni (1949-) is the chief rabbi of Rome.... ( from the wikipedia article on Riccardo Di Segni)

Sex Workers

There are two Sex Workers called Di.

  • Virginia Oldoini, Countess di Castiglione

    Virginia Oldoini, Countess di Castiglione (22 March 1837 – 28 November 1899), better known as La Castiglione, was an Italian courtesan and secret agent who achieved notoriety as a mistress of Emperor Napoleon III of France. She was an advocate for Italian unification through the influence she had upon the Emperor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Virginia Oldoini, Countess di Castiglione)

  • Diana di Cordona

    Diana di Cordona (1499 - after 1550) was an Italian noblewoman, who was mistress of Sigismund II Augustus and Cesare I Gonzaga.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Diana di Cordona)

Explorers

There are two Explorers called Di.

  • Ludovico di Varthema

    Ludovico di Varthema is an Explorer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ludovico di Varthema)

  • Riccoldo da Monte di Croce

    Riccoldo da Monte di Croce is an Explorer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Riccoldo da Monte di Croce)

Skiers

There are two Skiers called Di.

  • Manuela Di Centa

    Manuela Di Centa (born January 31, 1963) is an Italian cross-country skier and former Olympic athlete. She is the cousin of former track and field athlete Venanzio Ortis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Manuela Di Centa)

  • Giorgio Di Centa

    Giorgio Di Centa (born October 7, 1972, Tolmezzo, province of Udine) is an Italian cross country skier who won two gold medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics, including the individual 50 km freestyle race. He is brother to Olympic gold medalist cross country skier Manuela Di Centa.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Giorgio Di Centa)

Physicians

There are two Physicians called Di.

  • Luigi di Bella

    Luigi di Bella (July 17, 1912 – July 1, 2003) was an Italian medical doctor and physiology professor. In the late 1990s, he created a treatment for cancer that precipitated an international controversy.... ( from the wikipedia article on Luigi di Bella)

  • Vincenzo Di Meglio

    Vincenzo Di Meglio is a Physician... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Vincenzo Di Meglio)

Swimmers

There is one Swimmer called Di.

  • Marco di Carli

    Marco di Carli (born 12 April 1985 in Löningen, Lower Saxony, Germany) is a German swimmer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Marco di Carli)

Trade Unionists

There is one Trade Unionist called Di.

  • Giuseppe Di Vittorio

    Giuseppe Di Vittorio, also known under the pseudonym Nicoletti (August 12, 1892 — November 3, 1957), was an Italian syndicalist trade unionist and communist politician, one of the most influential leaders of the labor movement after World War I.... ( from the wikipedia article on Giuseppe Di Vittorio)

Climbers

There is one Climber called Di.

  • Manuela Di Centa

    Manuela Di Centa (born January 31, 1963) is an Italian cross-country skier and former Olympic athlete. She is the cousin of former track and field athlete Venanzio Ortis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Manuela Di Centa)

Conductors

There is one Conductor called Di.

  • Carlos di Sarli

    Carlos Di Sarli (January 7, 1903January 12, 1960) was an Argentine tango musician, orchestra leader, composer and pianist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Carlos di Sarli)

Presidents

There is one President called Di.

  • Didjob Divungi Di Ndinge

    Didjob Divungi Di Ndinge is a President... ( from the wikipedia article on Didjob Divungi Di Ndinge)

Cricket Players

There is one Cricket Player called Di.

  • Michael Di Venuto

    Michael James Di Venuto (born 12 December 1973 in Hobart, Tasmania) is a former Australian cricketer who played first-class cricket for Tasmanian Tigers and One Day Internationals for Australia. Although he has retired from representative cricket in Australia, he currently continues to play for Durham CCC.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Michael Di Venuto)

Pirates

There is one Pirate called Di.

  • Filippo di Piero Strozzi

    Filippo di Piero Strozzi (French: Philippe Strozzi, 1541 - July 27, 1582) was an Italian condottiero, a member of the Florentine family of the Strozzi. He fought mainly for France.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Filippo di Piero Strozzi)

Avaitors

There is one Avaitor called Di.

  • Fulco Ruffo di Calabria

    Fulco Ruffo di Calabria is an Avaitor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Fulco Ruffo di Calabria)

Models

There is one Model called Di.

  • Daniela di Giacomo

    Daniela Anette di Giacomo di Giovanni (born May 5, 1985) is a Venezuelan TV show host, model and Venezuelan beauty queen. She was elected Miss Venezuela international 2005 and was crowned Miss International 2006 in China.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Daniela di Giacomo)

Judges

There is one Judge called Di.

  • Udo Di Fabio

    Udo Di Fabio (born March 26, 1954 in Duisburg) is a German jurist and a member of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, Germany's highest court.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Udo Di Fabio)

Gymnasts

There is one Gymnast called Di.

  • Stanislao Di Chiara

    Stanislao Di Chiara (born December 24, 1891, date of death unknown) was an Italian gymnast who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stanislao Di Chiara)

Inventors

There is one Inventor called Di.

  • Raimondo di Sangro

    Raimondo di Sangro, Prince of Sansevero (30 January 1710 – 22 March 1771) was an Italian nobleman, inventor, soldier, writer and scientist, best remembered for his reconstruction of the Chapel of Sansevero in Naples.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Raimondo di Sangro)

Di

Gender: Female

Meaning: Divine

Origin: French

Lucky Number: Five

Famous people

Fifty Painters

Forty-six Writers

Twenty-three Soccer Players

Sixteen Sculptors

Thirteen Criminals

Eleven Actors

Eleven Bishops

Nine Diplomats

Nine Poets

Eight Architects

Eight Journalists

Seven Saints

Seven Popes

Seven Olympic Medalists

Five Racing Car Drivers

Five Philosophers

Five Generals

Four Prime Ministers

Three Cinematographers

Three Tennis Players

Three Mathematicians

Three Naturalists

Three Classical Composers

Three Film Directors

Three Astronomers

Three Physicists

Two Rabbis

Two Sex Workers

Two Explorers

Two Skiers

Two Physicians

One Swimmer

One Trade Unionist

One Climber

One Conductor

One President

One Cricket Player

One Pirate

One Avaitor

One Model

One Judge

One Gymnast

One Inventor