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Dirhhennia Cosma, also known as Dirhhennia the Heaped, is a former princess of the Kingdom of Fairy World, a daughter of Festivia Cosma, the older sister of Crescenta Cosma, and Timmy's fourth great-godaunt. She is first mentioned in Timmy's Guide to Mastering Every Planet, and her history is expanded upon in The Fairly OddParents: The Magic Book of Spells.


Dirhhennia is a short, pale-skinned woman with black, bushy, waist-length hair, hazelnut eyes, and dark gray sphere-shaped marks on her cheeks. She wears a purple dress, a dark lime-green cloak, black shoes, a spiked purple wristband, and a gold crown with a purple diamond in the center. She is 4' 2" (1.27 m) tall.[1]


Dirhhennia was a very gloomy and morose person who paid little attention to personal grooming. She spent much of her time writing sad poetry, and she had a strange obsession with balls. She was also known to be quite lazy, making sounds to make her mother think she was practicing magic. Dirhhennia cared little for the life of luxury that came with being a princess, preferring to to live in nature with Chad.


Note: The following information is from The Fairly OddParents: The Magic Book of Spells.

Like Jushtin Fairywinkle, Dirhhennia's time as the heir to the throne of Fairy World was very brief. She inherited the Royal Magic Wand from her mother Festivia, but unlike her family, Dirhhennia grew up with a very gloomy and morose personality. Paying little mind to her grooming to be Queen of Fairy World, Dirhhennia spent most of her time drawing pictures of balls in the Magic Book of Spells and writing sad poems.

One of the few friends Dirhhennia made during the course of her life was a fairy boy named Chad, who shared her dismal outlook. Eventually, Dirhhennia was seen as unfit for the duties of a Queen (especially due to her poor treatment of the magic wand), and she was superseded as heir to the throne of Fairy World by Festivia's second-born daughter Crescenta. Some time after this, Dirhhennia ran off with Chad to live in the Forest of Certain Death, but they returned during Crescenta's fourth year as Queen to live in a tent in the castle gardens.[1]

In "The Tavern at the End of the Multiverse", Dirhhennia appears as a voiceless ghost inside Glossaryck's eye. In "Cleaved", she appears as a ghost again in the Realm of Magic as Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda, and Eclipsa destroy the magic.


  • Dirhhennia's name is a portmanteau of two names:
    • "Dir" was a surname given to someone who lived on or near muddy land.
      • It could have been a shortened from "Dirham", an Arabic word from the ancient Greek "drachma", which was used as currency.
    • Hennia could originate from "henna", an anglicized version of the Arabic name "Hanna" (حَنَّة meaning "blessed").
      • Hennia could also come from the Biblical meaning of "hena", which means "troubling".
  • Dirhhennia's attributes in The Magic Book of Spells are:
    • Strength: None
    • Intelligence: None
    • Wisdom: None
    • Dexterity: None
    • Constitution: None
    • Charisma: -3
  • According to the Book of Spells, Dirhhennia's cheek marks are shade moons, an astrological phenomenon that occurs when the moon passes between Fairy World and its sun (similar to solar eclipses on Earth).
  • According to Crescenta's chapter in the Book of Spells, Dirhhennia never went through mewberty.
    • Because of this, she had a habit of floating in her sleep.
  • Dirhhennia has a fictionalized account on Soundcloud, which features various tracks of sound effects, some of which are used in the series.