Diamond We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Diamond.
Black Diamond - a song by Kiss
Call Me Diamond - a song by Mike Heron
Cursed Diamond - a song by The Black Crowes
Dark Diamond - a song by Elton John
Diamond City - a song by Ziggy Marley
Diamond Dogs - a song by David Bowie
Diamond Dogs - a song by Duran Duran
Diamond Field - a song by Pat Benatar
Diamond Girl - a song by Seals & Crofts
Diamond Girls - a song by Neil Diamond
Diamond in the Dark - a song by Chris De Burgh
Diamond In The Rough - a song by Shawn Colvin
Diamond Is Forever - a song by Jay-Z
Diamond Joe - a song by Bob Dylan
Diamond Joe - a song by Harry Belafonte
Diamond Ring - a song by Bon Jovi
Diamond Ring - a song by The Black Crowes
Diamond Road - a song by Sheryl Crow
Dupree's Diamond Blues - a song by Grateful Dead
I Gave My Love a Diamond - a song by Van Morrison
Like A Diamond - a song by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - a song by the Beatles
She Loved Like Diamond - a song by Spandau Ballet
Shine on You Crazy Diamond - a song by Pink Floyd
The Diamond Sea - a song by Sonic Youth
Stablemates: Diamond (Suzanne Weyn) - This new book in the bestselling Stablemates series has an Arabian Horse! Ava loves working at the local horse stable. She grooms and washes horses and cleans up stalls. Diamond is an Arabian horse that no one wants to ride because she is too old. Ava decides to take care of Diamond, spending extra time to warm her up before easy trail rides. The other riders don't understand why Ava would waste her time with such a slow, old horse. But when the stable holds its annual trail race, Ava signs up Diamond. Is Diamond too old to win? With Stablemates, every horse has a story! Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Legend of Diamond Lil: A J.J. Tully Mystery (Doreen Cronin) - After his last run-in with Vince the Funnel and the mystery of the missing chicks, J.J. the search-and-rescue dog is ready for some much-needed R & R. But just when he thinks he has everything under control, there’s a new problem to worry about: Diamond Lil, a shiny new dog who’s taken up residence next door. Suddenly Moosh and her chicks are spending an awful lot of time with their fancy friend, talking about weird things like fluffy feathers and good posture. And Lil’s not the only new kid cramping J.J.’s style. There’s a possum loose, and it’s up to J.J. to keep everyone safe. But the questions keep piling up. Is Lil all that she seems? And how does the possum keep finding her way to the chicken coop? In this hilarious follow-up to The Trouble with Chickens, the clues, plot twists, and one-liners add up to an un-put-downable read. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Diamond - We cannot find any celebrities or significantly famous people with the first name Diamond.
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Diamond - Darryl Strawberry (baseball player); Richard Farnsworth (actor)
Diamond - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Diamond.