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372 Names beginning with D


Names starting with D


#     Name Meaning
1D
2D'lylah
3DaanComes from the name Daniel. Hebrew: `my judge is G-d'. Name of one of the four prophets from the first testament. Because of his ability to explain dreams, Daniel was given an influential position at the court. Holy name: Daniel the Stylite, a Greek sain
4Daatje(Woman) of noble stature, nature
5DaciaVariant of Dacey: From the south.
6Dadedeed, work
7DafyddWest-Brabant name
8Dagmarpeace
9Dahely
10DahliaFlower
11Dahnaygood
12Daidania
13DaijaAlready
14Dailyn
15Dainara
16DainisDedicated to Dionysos
17Daishaleigh
18DaisyDay's eye, from the old English. Also a flower name. Also a translation of the French Marguerite, and used as a pet form of Margaret. The use of Daisy in the chorus of the song A bicycle built for two made the name Daisy famous.
19DajaDeja, for
20DajanaGod is reconciling
21DajanaeGod is reconciling
22DakshaBrilliant
23Dakyvion
24DalachAssemblyman
25DaleLives in the valley. Surname.
26Daleenmotherly
27Daleshka
28DaliA branch, fetch water
29Daliza
30DallasDwells by the waterfall.
31DalltonVariant of Dalton: Dale town; valley town.
32DaltonFrom the farm in the dale.
33Damelstrong minded
34Damianrestrain
35DamienOn
36Daminlove
37DamionTamer
38DamitaLittle noble.
39DamonOn
40DanaMy judge is God
41DanaeGod is my judge
42DaneMy judge is God
43DaneelGod is my judge
44Danelsha
45Danford
46Dangira
47DaniMy judge is God, Near, near
48DaniaFrom Denmark. Also a feminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
49DanialMy judge is God
50Danicamorning
51DanieGod is my duty doer
52DanielGod is my judge
53Daniel Moonwalker
54DanielaGod is my judge
55Daniela Jade
56DaniellaGod is my judge
57DanielleGod is my judge
58DaniloGod is with us
59DaniqueGod is my judge
60DanitzaFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
61Daniyal
62DannaFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
63DanniaGod is my judge
64DannyGod is my judge
65DanteA diminutive of Durante, the Italian form of Durand meaning enduring. Famous bearer: The poet Dante Alighieri wrote 'The Divine Comedy' with its graphic description of medieval Hell known as 'Dante's Inferno.'.
66DanyGod is my judge
67DanyaleGod is my judge
68DaouiaLuminous
69Daphné
70DaraWise. Feminine form from the male Dara, a biblical descendant of Judah known for his wisdom.
71DarahWise. Feminine form from the male Dara, a biblical descendant of Judah known for his wisdom.
72DarayaWealth
73DarcyDerived from a surname introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, based on the the French place name Arcy.
74DarekGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
75DarenOne who was born at night. Of West African origin.
76Darene
77Dariennefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
78DarifaCharming, amiable
79DarikaGirl
80DarinVariant of Darren: Great.
81DarioTo maintain
82Dariushe who owns it protects
83DarleneDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
84DarnellHidden
85DaronOak, divine ending
86DarrelFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
87DarrellFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
88Darrenlarge
89DarrinVariant of Darren: Great.
90DarrylDarling, from the Old english 'deorling'. Also a variant of Darrell.
91Dartanian
92DaryllDarling, dearly loved, from the Old english 'deorling'.
93DasmineJasmine
94Dassiel
95Dat
96Davarni
97DaveDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
98Davette
99DaviaBeloved. Feminine of David.
100DavianVariant of David 'beloved.'.
101DavidDavid is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin. The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved". David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy". David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.
102DavidaFeminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
103DavideItalian form of David 'beloved'.
104DavidekVariant of David: Cherished. Famous bearers: British pop star David Bowie, American talk-show host David Letterman.
105Davinabeloved
106DavineThe beloved
107Daviona
108Davisbeloved
109Davit
110Davoud
111DavyDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
112Dawidbeloved
113DawnAurora. The first appearance of daylight; daybreak. Dawn. From the English word dawn.
114DawoodDavid
115Daxwater
116DayanaThe
117Dayen Sanjay
118DaynaFrom Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel.
119DayneVariant of Dane: Brook. Also from the surname Dane, meaning 'From Denmark.'.
120Dayron
121De'jane
122DeaGod-given
123Deamonn
124DeanFrom a surname derived from the Old English 'denu', meaning valley. Famous bearers: American actor and singer Dean Martin, American statesman Dean Acheson.
125Deandrae Dillard
126DeangelaHeavenly
127DeangeloMessenger from God
128DeannaFrom the valley. Variant of Diana meaning divine.
129DeanneVariant of Diane: The French form of the Latin Diana. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Greek goddess of the moon.
130Deatrice
131DebbieDiminutive of Deborah: Bee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
132Débora
133DeborahBee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
134DebraA
135Dece
136Decimathe tenth
137DeclanFamous bearer: 6th century Irish St. Declan.
138Deejanay
139Deenis
140DeepakLamp
141Deependra
142Deepikaa little light
143Deeqa
144Defrina
145Degan
146DeinaReligious holiday.
147Deixeria
148DejonGod is gracious
149Dejonaey
150Delanda
151DelaneyCompetitor's child; from the river Slaney.
152DelbertBright day; sunny day; proud; noble.
153Delfinadolphin
154DeliaNoble (nobility)
155DelianaIt is questionable whether Deliana and derivatives derived from Delia, who came very early in the south of Holland and North Brabant, Den Bosch eo: 1429 Deliana dicta laen, 1433: Delyana dicta Lana, 1422: Dilla, also Dilleke . In Holland: Delian, Waddinxveen 1269, Dille Jane Hague 1344, etc.
156DelilahAmorous, delight, languishing, temptress. In the Old Testament, Samson's mistress Delilah tricked him into revealing the secret of his strength, then betrayed him to the Philistines.
157Delina
158Dellaclear
159DelmaNoble protector.
160DelmerVariant of Delmar: Seaside.
161DelmiNoble protector.
162Delvis
163Demeadri
164Demelsa
165DemelzaFortified. A Cornish place name sometimes used as a first name. Famous bearer: Demelza was the heroine of British author Winston Graham's Poldark novels.
166DemetriaEarth
167DemiAbbreviation of Demetria - the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.
168Dendenfrek
169DeneVariant of Dean: from the valley.
170Deniehl
171Denisagriculture, fertility, nature and wine
172Denisefertility
173DennieVariant of Dionysius. Dionysius is the mythological Greek god of wine responsible for growth of the vines and the originator of winemaking: (equivalent to the Roman god Bacchus.).
174Dennisfertility
175DennyMy judge is God
176Dennys
177DentonFrom the valley farm.
178Denzil Lorenzo
179DeonNoble (nobility)
180DeontaeEndure
181DerekRuler
182Deren
183Dereon Nathan
184DerickRuler
185Derrianlarge
186DerrickRuler
187Desery
188Deshante
189DeshaunGod is reconciling
190Desiray
191Desireethe required
192DespinaMistress
193DespoinaMistress
194Desriana
195Destani
196DestenyDestiny
197DestinyCertain fortune; fate. The mythological Greek god of fate.
198Desy Pramis Budiarti
199Detruir
200Deva Nanda
201Devanshaeternal part of god
202DevanyDark-haired.
203DevaughnSmall
204Develynn
205DevinDevotees of Dumnonos
206DevonA county in England noted for beautiful farmland.
207DevorahVariant of Deborah: Bee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
208DevraVariant of Deborah: Bee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
209DevynDescendant
210Dewaldt
211DewayneDark
212DeweyPlace-name and surname; Welsh form of David.
213Deylis
214DezireeVariant of Desiree meaning 'The one desired. '.
215Dharuni
216Dheeraj
217Diamondcostly
218DianDivine. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales.
219DianaFrom the Greek goddess of the moon.
220Dianalis
221DianeWest-Brabant name
222DianneThe French form of the Latin Diana. Famous bearer: Diane de Poitiers, mistress of France's King Henri II.Divine. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Greek goddess of the moon.
223Diaval
224DiciePowerful, brave ruler
225Dickpowerful among the people
226Dickiepowerful among the people
227Dicle-Beritan
228Diderikruler or powerful
229DidierDesire.
230Diederikruler or powerful
231Diegohe heel grip
232Diego Alejandro Caceres
233Diego Tiamo
234Diekeruler King
235Diekololami
236Diễm My
237DienekeRated
238Diepnot available
239DierdreSorrowful.
240Diệu Linh
241Dieuwkepeople
242DignaWorthy.
243DihyaFormer Queen
244Dijanaprincess
245Dikapowerful among the people
246Dikhoofd
247DilanBorn near the sea.
248Dilanur
249Dilayna
250Dildomaster 2000
251Dilhan
252Dilini Upeksha
253DilipDefender of the city of Delhi
254DillisChild
255Dilonfaith
256DilysReally
257Dimason of Demeter
258Dimara
259DimitrisOne who loves the earth.
260Dimon
261Dimson
262DinaRated
263DinahAvenged. Judged and vindicated. Famous bearer: biblical Dinah, Jacob's only daughter.
264Dinasti
265Dinda
266Dingaan
267DingenisDingenes, Dingenis Dingenus and they occur at all. islands except St. Philip Tholen and Country (Meertens, Zeeland family 28). Presumably the extensions of Dignus (see Dignum), seen Dingenis = Dignus Cornelis., St. Maartensdijk 1599 (1965 Neth. L., 279). A sort of transitional form Diggenus, She. 1712. The She. pronunciation is generally Diegenis, sometimes shortened to Dienis. See also Dingena.
268Dionfertility
269Diorgens
270Dipjoy
271Dirkpowerful among the people
272Dirkjepowerful among the people
273Diveshsingh
274DivyaHeavenly, brilliant
275Divyanjali
276Divyatejdivin glow
277DixieStrong
278Djalissa
279Djamayra
280Djamelbeauty
281DjamillaVariant of Jameelah. beautiful
282Djelina
283Djmekap
284Djokepeople
285DjordiTiller of the soil, Country Worker
286DjordjeBoer
287DjordyTiller of the soil, Country Worker
288Djose
289Djurdjica
290Dody
291Dojyna
292DolanBlack-haired.
293Doliblue bird
294DolindaGift
295Dolliegift of Yahweh
296DomDiminutive of Dominick: Lord.
297DomagojHomeland
298Domas
299DomenicoVariant of the Latin Dominic 'of the lord.'.
300DominicVariant of Dominick: Lord.
301DominicaBelongs to God
302DominickDominick is a name used for men. It is one of a variant of the name 'Dominic'. Dominic (Dominick) was widely used among Roman Catholics and Latin-Roman peoples. It is derived from the late Roman-Italic as "Dominicus", which means "Of Our Lord", "Lordly", "Belonging to God" or "of the Master".
303DominikaMr
304Dominika Véghová
305DominiqueOf the Lord. From the Latin Dominic. This French spelling is used primarily for girls.
306DonA diminutive of Donald, meaning world mighty, or Donovan, meaning dark brown. Frequently used as a name on its own.Abbreviation of any name beginning with Don-. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
307DonalVariant of Donald: From the Gaelic Domhnall, meaning world mighty. Famous bearer: Walt Disney's cartoon character Donald Duck.
308DonaldGreat cheif, world mighty. From the Gaelic Domhnall. The name Donald has been borne by a number of early Scottish kings. Famous Bearers: Billionaire Donald Trump; actor Donald Sutherland.
309DonaldaFeminine form of Donald: From the Gaelic Domhnall, meaning world mighty. Famous bearer: Walt Disney's cartoon character Donald Duck.
310DondraBrave, heroic, manly
311Donellalady
312Donitagift
313Donkey-Kong
314DonnBrown. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
315DonnaLady
316Donna-Joe
317Donna-MarieLady. From the respectful title Donna.
318DonndubhainLittle dark-haired one
319Donnellworld
320DonnyDiminutive of Donald: From the Gaelic Domhnall, meaning world mighty. Also a form of Donn. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
321DonovanBrown-haired chieftain. From an Irish surname meaning dark brown.
322DontaEndure
323DonteContemporary phonetic variant of Dante 'enduring.'.
324DorA home.
325DorceyDark. Variant of Darcy.
326DoreenA variant of Doirean, derived from a Celtic word meaning sullen.
327DorenGift.
328Dorentina
329DorianDoria «r, native Doria«
330DorienDescendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that his portrait would age while he remained young and handsome.
331DorinDoria «r, native Doria«
332DorindaGift from God
333DorineGift from God
334DorisGift
335DorothyGift
336DorteGift
337Doruntina
338DougDiminutive of Douglas: Dark water. In the seventeenth century, this name was as popular for girls as for boys.
339DougaldVariant of Dougal: Dark-skinned stranger.
340DouglasFrom the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.
341DoutzenPigeon
342Dovebird of peace
343DraganaPrecious, valuable
344DragosDear, precious, peaceful
345Dreogansuffers
346DrewDiminutive of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named.
347DrucillaPowerful
348Drusila
349DuaneDark
350Duhwayne
351DuncanFrom the Irish name Donnchadh, meaning brown warrior. Famous bearer: The Scottish king Duncan I was murdered by Macbeth in 1040.
352Dunesh
353Dungbravery
354DunyaFitness, World, Earth, life on earth
355DunyanaOur World
356DuongPotent
357Durgeshshiva
358Dušan
359DustinA fighter. Famous bearer: American actor Dustin Hoffman.
360DustyDiminutive of Dustin: Dusty place; brave soldier.
361Duurtprotector of the people
362Duysave
363Dwanye Wade
364DwayneDark
365DwightFrom a surname, derived from Diot, a diminutive of the Latin Dionysius or Dionysia, referring to the god of wine. Famous bearer: American president Dwight D. Eisenhower.
366DyanDivine
367DyanaDivine
368DyaniDeer.
369Dyke
370DylanSon of the wave, born near the sea, influence. Famous bearers: Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, American folk singer Bob Dylan.
371DymphnaFrom the Irish name Damhnait
372DymphyFrom the Irish name Damhnait

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