Need another word that means the same as “diva”? Find 9 synonyms and 30 related words for “diva” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Diva” are: prima donna, leading actor, leading actress, leading performer, leading player, leading lady, leading man, lead, star
Diva as a Noun
Definitions of "Diva" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “diva” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A self-important person who is temperamental and difficult to please (typically used of a woman.
- A famous female singer of popular music.
- A distinguished female operatic singer; a female operatic star.
- A celebrated female opera singer.
Synonyms of "Diva" as a noun (9 Words)
|lead||A position of leadership especially in the phrase take the lead.|
The lead was in the dummy.
|leading actor||Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing.|
|leading actress||Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing.|
|leading lady||Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing.|
|leading man||Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing.|
|leading performer||Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing.|
|leading player||The activity of leading.|
|prima donna||Used primarily as eating apples.|
|star||Used in names of starfishes and similar echinoderms with five or more radiating arms e g cushion star brittlestar.|
The walls were painted with silver moons and stars.
Usage Examples of "Diva" as a noun
- She is much more the dedicated maverick than the petulant diva.
- A pop diva.
Associations of "Diva" (30 Words)
|acting||The art or occupation of performing fictional roles in plays, films, or television.|
The acting supervisor.
|actress||A female actor.|
I became a very good actress and they nearly always believed me.
|artist||A person who creates paintings or drawings as a profession or hobby.|
A surgeon who is an artist with the scalpel.
|ballet||Music written for a ballet.|
The Bolshoi Ballet.
The number of people learning ballroom has doubled in the last two years.
|blues||A piece of blues music.|
Blues has always had a strong following in Australia.
|canto||The highest part (usually the melody) in a piece of choral music.|
Dante s Divine Comedy has 100 cantos.
|choreographer||Someone who creates new dances.|
A professional choreographer.
|choreography||The art or practice of designing choreographic sequences.|
The rumbustious choreography reflects the themes of the original play.
|composer||A person who writes music, especially as a professional occupation.|
Mozart was her favourite composer.
|dance||Perform a particular dance or a role in a ballet.|
Dances include the waltz the quickstep and the foxtrot.
|dancer||A person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball.|
She thought he would become a ballet dancer.
|disco||The lighting and sound equipment used at a disco.|
She filled every hour of the day playing tennis or discoing with friends.
|glamorous||(of a person) having a beauty or charm that is sexually attractive.|
Glamorous movie stars.
|jazz||Play or dance to jazz music.|
Don t give me any of that jazz.
|lied||A type of German song, especially of the romantic period, typically for solo voice with piano accompaniment.|
|music||Musical activity singing or whistling etc.|
He devoted his life to music.
|musician||Artist who composes or conducts music as a profession.|
Your father was a fine musician.
|opera||Operas as a genre of classical music.|
A very grand programme of opera and ballet.
|performance||An individual’s use of a language, i.e. what a speaker actually says, including hesitations, false starts, and errors.|
The jet s performance conformed to high standards.
|pianist||A person who plays the piano, especially professionally.|
|piano||(used chiefly as a direction or description in music) soft; in a quiet, subdued tone.|
The piano passages in the composition.
|pop||Like a pop or with a pop.|
He pulled a can of beer from the refrigerator and popped its tab.
|repertoire||A stock of plays, dances, or items that a company or a performer knows or is prepared to perform.|
His repertoire of denigratory gestures.
|singer||United States inventor of an improved chain-stitch sewing machine (1811-1875.|
A pop singer.
|soloist||A musician or singer who performs a solo.|
He appears as a concerto soloist with all the great British orchestras.
|song||A musical composition suggestive of a song.|
A bird will not learn its song unless it hears it at an early age.
|soprano||A female or boy singer with a soprano voice.|
|superstar||Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field.|
He became a superstar overnight.
|techno||A style of fast heavy electronic dance music usually without vocals.|