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diva (disambiguation)

From Italian diva (“diva, goddess”), from Latin diva (“goddess”), female of divus (“divine, divine one”).

  1. prima donna, the principal female singer of an opera company, or opera star.
  2. A principal female in some other field, e.g. a prima ballerina.
  3. Any female celebrity, usually a well known pop singer.
  4. A person who considers herself (or by extension himself) much more important than others, has high expectations of others and becomes angry when their standards or demands are not met.




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