is a given name
for female humans.
Oriana may also refer to:
- Oriana, heiress to the throne of Great Britain and beloved of Amadis de Gaula, in the 16th century Spanish knight-errantry romance of Portuguese origin of the same name by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo.
- The Fairy Oriana, main character of the children's book A Fada Oriana, by Portuguese writer Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen.
- Oriane de Guermantes (Duchesse de Guermantes), character in the semiautobiographical novel in seven volumes written by Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time.
- Oriana, the name of the beleaguered Princess that the protagonist must save as well as the land where she resides in Felix the Cat: The Movie.
- Orianna is the female goddess of fertility and love, the partner of Phaon in the Shadow World campaign world created by Terry K. Amthor for Iron Crown Enterprises and the gaming system Rolemaster
- Orianna is the daughter of Talon and Oria in the metal opera Days of Rising Doom by Aina
- Oureana, semi-legendary Moorish princess who was converted to Christianity in 12th Century Portugal (see Fátima, Portugal).