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Explanation: This is the rendition that is closest to the pronunciation to which I am accustomed and which treats the syllable DI- in "Diane" as a long syllable, similar to the word "die" or "dye." Although the main stress is on the second syllable, the first syllable is still long enough, the way it is pronounced here in Sugar Land, Texas.