As a lover of both names and gem stones, I like many of these. 🙂
Though I personally amn’t that keen on diamonds (I prefer dark stones, and ones without long ad campaigns trying to make the masses believe they’re the be-all and end-all of stones), there are many nice names meaning “diamond.” I’ve also included the words for diamond in other languages, where they sound enough like real names.
Almas is Arabic and Persian.
Dorji is Tibetan.
Kaimana is Hawaiian, and alternately means “ocean/sea power.”
Pich is Khmer.
Almaz is Amharic, Arabic, Ethiopian, Kazakh, Azeri, Kyrgyz, Tajik, Russian, and Ukrainian. It obviously is a very rare name in the two lattermost languages, probably not frequently used by native-born Russians and Ukrainians.
Daiya is Japanese. As with just about all other Japanese names, it can also mean many other things, depending upon the characters used, and which writing system.
Heera is Sanskrit, and also found in the various modern Indian languages.
Timantti is Finnish.
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