Dahliana is a name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Dahliana is ‘Dahl’s flower’. It is an Anglo-Saxon given name and a variation of the common Swedish name Dahlia, a summer flowering perennial originally from Mexico. Its name, which translates to 'dale', was chosen to honor the illustrious pioneering Swedish botanist, Anders Dahl. Dahliana is a floral name that is occasionally used in the United Kingdom. It represents elegance and dignity in the Victorian flower language. Dahliana is the name that most parents give to their infant female children. Elisabeth Short was an American actress known as the 'Black Dahlia'. The name is popular among females due to the Dahlia flower species prevalent in Central America and Mexico. It is generally believed that people named Daliana are attractive, lively, neat, and romantic. There is speculation that when people hear the name Dahliana, they perceive you as a sensitive, empathetic, and generous person People trust you and rely on you for assistance.