Meanings vary, but include: Shower of gold (Greek), Bright as day (English), People (Athabaskan) and God is my judge or she who judges (Hebrew).
In Greek Mythology, Danaë was the human (mortal) mother of Perseus, the demi-God who slayed Medusa. (Danaë was impregnated by Zeus in a "shower of golden rain.") In current culture, the movie The Clash of the Titans (2010) was loosely based around the myth of Perseus.
In First Nations/Native Americans, referring to any of the Athabaskan-speaking tribes of Alaska and Northern Canada, and their languages, dialects and history.
Dinnae is also a form of Diane, Diana, Dyan, Denay.