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Names starting with D

Dawn - English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning "dawn."
Duvsha - Aramaic name meaning "honey."
Daria - Feminine form of Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Deforrest - Variant spelling of English Deforest, meaning "from the forest."
Dorotea -   Italian and Spanish form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Dara -  Compare with strictly masculine forms of Dara. Cambodian Khmer unisex name meaning "star."
Deb - Short form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Dewey - English form of Welsh Dewi, meaning "beloved."
Dmitry - Variant spelling of Russian Dmitriy, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Debs - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Dikeledi - African Tswana name meaning "tears."
Den - English short form of longer names beginning with Den-.
Dorina - Feminine form of Romanian Dorin, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Donata - Feminine form of Italian Donato, meaning "given (by God)."
Dolina - Variant form of English Donalda, meaning "world ruler."
Deanna -   Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Deniece - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dee - English unisex short form of longer names beginning with the letter "D." In some cases, it may be of Scottish origin, associated with the River Dee, possibly meaning "dark water."
Dorete - Danish form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Deiniol - Welsh form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge." 
Delayah - Hebrew name meaning "God has drawn." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Zerubbabel.
Devora - Variant spelling of Hebrew Devorah, meaning "bee."
Dovev - Hebrew name meaning "whisper."
Dioscuri - Latin form of Greek Dioskouroi, meaning "boys of Zeus." In mythology, this name was given to Castor and Pollux, the twin sons of Zeus and Leda, tutelary deities of sailors. In the bible, they are mentioned by this name in Acts 28:11. In Latin they are called the Gemini twins.
Danny - Pet form of English Daniel, meaning "God is my judge."
Dominic - English name derived from Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the Lord." This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday. 
Damiãno - Portuguese form of Latin Damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Danoušek - Czech pet form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Donnie - Variant spelling of English Donny, meaning "world ruler."
Deoradhán - Old Gaelic name composed of the elements deòradh "exile, outlaw, pilgrim," and a diminutive suffix, hence "little exile" or "little pilgrim."
Donal - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dónal, meaning "world ruler."
Daneš - Czech pet form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Deandre - English elaborated form of French André, meaning "man, warrior." 
Duibhshíth - Old Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements dùbh "black" and síth "peace," hence "black peace."
Domitianus - From the Roman Latin family name Domitius, meaning "tamed."
Donndubhán - Old Gaelic name composed of the elements donn "brown," and dubh "dark, black," and the diminutive suffix -án, hence "little dark brown one."
Dani - English pet form of French Danielle, meaning "God is my judge."
Dârayavahush - Persian name composed of the elements dâraya "to possess" and vahu "good," hence "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dante - Contracted form of Italian Durante, meaning "steadfast."
Dekel - Hebrew name meaning "date/palm tree."
Demogorgon - Greek myth name of a god of the underworld, thought to be a name for Satan, possibly composed of the Greek elements daimon "demon, devil" and gorgos "grim," hence "grim demon."
Daniya - Variant spelling of Hebrew Danya, meaning "judge."
Dömötör - Hungarian form of Roman Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth."
Dániel - Hungarian form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Drahomír - Czech form of Slavic Dragomir, meaning "precious peace."
Dona -  Short form of Italian Adona, meaning "my lord."
Daina - Lithuanian name meaning "song."
Daleka - Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning "distant battle."
Dariush - Contracted form of Persian Dârayavahush, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Domen - Slovene form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Donella - Variant form of English Donalda, meaning "world ruler."
Dritan - Albanian name meaning "light." 
Dominick - Older spelling of English Dominic, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Donny - Pet form of English Donald, meaning "world ruler."
Dagmár - Danish form of Old Norse Dagmar, meaning "day-maid."
Dabulamanzi - African Zulu name meaning "the divider of the waters."
Dimitri - Variant spelling of Slavic Dimitriy, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Demelza - Cornish name derived from a place name in St. Columb Major, meaning "fort on a hill."
Donka - Feminine pet form of Bulgarian Andon, possibly meaning "invaluable." In use by the Romani.
Denver - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements Dene "Dane" and fær "passage, crossing," hence "Dane crossing."
Dietmar - German name composed of the elements þeud "people, race" and mari/meri "famous," hence "of the famous people."
Diethelm - German name composed of the elements þeud "people, race" and helm "helmet, protection," hence "protector of the people."
Demosthenes - Greek name composed of the elements demou "of the people" and sthenos "strength, vigor," hence "strength of the people."
Drogo - Possibly from 1) a Slavic name brought to England by the Normans, from the element dorogo, meaning "dear," shortened to Drogo, or, 2) from the Anglo-Saxon word drog, meaning "ghost, phantom."
Dariusz - Polish form of Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."
Darleen - Variant spelling of English Darlene, meaning "dear, darling."
Dax - American English form of German Dachs, meaning "badger." 
Danette - French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel,meaning "God is my judge." 
Damiana - Feminine form of English Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Damijana - Feminine form of Slovene Damijan, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Damian - English name derived from Latin Damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Damaris - Greek name meaning "heifer." In the bible, this is the name of a woman Paul converted to Christianity. 
Damayanti - Hindi name meaning "subduing." In mythology, this is the name of a princess who fell in love with Nala (who was addicted to gambling) simply from hearing about his wonderful virtues and accomplishments.
Dambudzo - African Zulu name given to a child born during troubled times, meaning "trouble."
Damhnait - Irish Gaelic name composed of the word damh "fawn" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little fawn."
Damia - Feminine form of English Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Damalis - Greek name meaning "calf."
Damali - Abbreviated form of Greek Damalis, meaning "calf."
Damien - French form of Latin Damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dick -   Short form of English Richard, meaning "powerful ruler."
Derrick - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dumnonos - Celtic myth name of a god worshiped by the Dumnonii, meaning "world spirit" or "world lord."
Daniah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Danya, meaning "judge."
Dobrilo - Serbian name meaning "encourages goodness in others."
Dionysos - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "Zeus" and Nysa, hence "Zeus-Nysa," i.e. "god of nymphs." In mythology, this is the name of a god of revelry and the intoxicating effect of wine. Nysa is the name of a legendary land/mountain where Dionysos was raised and nursed by rain-nymphs. There are many places bearing the name Nysa in Anatolia, Turkmenistan, Poland and Serbia. The Serbian Nysa is spelled Nis and has been interpreted as an Indo-European word meaning "nymph."
Divina - English name based on the vocabulary word divine, meaning "goddess-like" or "from heaven."
Dafne - Italian form of Greek Daphne, meaning "laurel."
Dylan - Welsh name composed of the elements dy "great" and llanw "sea," hence "great sea." In mythology, this is the name of a sea god, son of Aranrhod, and twin brother to Lleu Llaw Gyffes.
Daye - English surname transferred to forename use, possibly originally a nickname for Anglo-Saxon names containing the element d�g, meaning "day," such as Dægberht and Dægmund.
Donatella - Pet form of Italian Donata, meaning "given (by God)."
Dachs - German byname for "a hunter of badgers" or someone who "has badger-like qualities," derived from the vocabulary word dahs, meaning "badger." 
Dilara - Turkish name meaning "lover."
Domenic - Variant spelling of English Dominic, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Darcey - Feminine form of English unisex Darcy, meaning "from Arcy."
Dean -  English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Latin word decanus, meaning "dean; ecclesiastical supervisor."
Dido - Greek name meaning "wanderer." In mythology, this is the name of the founder and first queen of Carthage. She fell in love with Aeneas, and set herself on fire when he left her. 
Durward - Old English occupational name meaning "doorkeeper, warder at the gate."
Darrel - Variant spelling of English Darrell, meaning "from Airelle."
Darla - Middle English name meaning "dear, darling."
Declan - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deaglán, meaning "fully good."
Decima - Latin name meaning "tenth." In Roman mythology, the Decima are equated with the Greek Moirae.
Decebal - Romanian form of Roman Latin Decebalus, meaning "strong as ten."
Decimus - Roman name meaning "tenth."
Decebalus - Roman name of a Dacian king, composed of the Latin elements dece "ten" and balus "strong," hence "strong as ten."
Darlene -  Pet form of English Darla, meaning "dear, darling." 
Darya - Persian name meaning "ocean, river, sea."
Dolores - Spanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary, Maria de los Dolores ("Mary of Sorrows"), hence "sorrows."
Demetrio -  Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Demetrios - Greek name derived from the name of the goddess Demeter ("earth mother"), meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Demetrius - Latin form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Deming -   Alternate spelling of the English surname Deeming, meaning "act of judging."
Demetra - Variant spelling of Latin Demetria, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Demetria - Feminine form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dema - Variant spelling of Arabic Dima, meaning "downpour."
Demeter - Greek myth name of a goddess of agriculture, derived from Doric Da-mater, meaning "earth mother." Compare with masculine Demeter.
Demi - English short form of Latin Demetria, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter." 
Donald -  Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall, meaning "world ruler."
Dina -   Short form of Scottish Murdina, meaning "sea warrior."
Dôn - Welsh name of unknown meaning. In mythology, this is the name of a mother goddess, the consort of Beli Mawr. 
Donalda - Feminine form of English Donald, meaning "world ruler."
Donaldina - Elaborated form of English Donalda, meaning "world ruler."
Donatienne - Feminine form of French Donatien, meaning "given (by God)."
Doncia - Short form of Spanish Adoncia, meaning"sweet."
Donelle - Feminine form of English Donal, meaning "world ruler."
Diamond - English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning "diamond" for girls and "bright protector" for boys. This is the birthstone for the month of April.
Donar - Teutonic equivalent of Old Norse Þórr, meaning "thunder." In mythology, this is the name of a god of thunder.
Dal - Pet form of Czech Dalibor, meaning "distant battle."
Dunja - Slavic name meaning "quince."
Davis - English surname transferred to forename use, from Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dennis - English form of Latin Dionysius, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Duilio - Italian form of Roman Latin Duilius, meaning "war."
Dawood - Variant spelling of Arabic Dawud, meaning "beloved."
Deven - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Dindrane - Variant spelling of English Dandrane, the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival, sometimes known as the "Grail heroine." She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories. 
Darren - Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning "from Araines."
Dunya - Pet form of Russian Avdotya, meaning "good-seeming."
Duke -   English name derived from the vocabulary word duke, from Latin dux, meaning "commander, leader."
Delaney - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Dubhshláine "descendant of Dubhshláine," hence "black challenger."
Daryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning "from Airelle."
Doyle - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning "black stranger." 
Dzovig - Armenian name meaning "small sea."
Dakota - English unisex name derived from the name that the Sioux people call themselves, literally meaning "allies."
Daichi - Japanese name meaning 1) "great land" or 2) "great wisdom."
Duyi - Chinese name meaning "extraordinary one."
Danya - Feminine form of Hebrew Dan, meaning "judge."
Danica - Slavic name name meaning "morning star."
Delora - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Dalka - Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning "distant battle."
Daniyyel - Variant spelling of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Drake - English surname transferred to forename use, having several possible origins: 1) from the byname Draca, meaning "snake" or "dragon." 2) from Middle English drake, meaning "male duck." 3) from Old Norse Draki, meaning "snake" or "monster." 
Doreen -   Anglicized form of Gaelic Doireann, meaning "sullen." 
Dotty - Variant spelling of English Dottie, meaning "gift of God."
Darinka - Pet form of Slovene Darja, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dana - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, possibly meaning "from Denmark."
Dionysios - Greek name derived from the name of the god Dionysos, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Diogenes - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and genes "born," hence "born of Zeus."
Daniella - Variant spelling of Hebrew Daniela, meaning "God is my judge."
Domenge - Catalan form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Donne - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Donn, meaning "brown."
Didiane - Feminine form of French Didier, meaning "longing."
Dong-hai - Chinese name meaning "eastern sea."
Dalya - Variant spelling of English Dahlia, meaning "dahlia flower."
Diodore - French form of Latin Diodorus, meaning "gift of Zeus."
Dierk - Variant spelling of German Dirk, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Darcy - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning "from Arcy."
Devil - English form of  Greek Diabolos, meaning "accuser, slanderer." In the bible, this is a title for Satan, the prince of demons and author of evil, who estranges men from God and entices them to sin. Figuratively, the devil is a man who, by opposing the cause of God, may be said to act the part of the devil or to side with him.
Dilshad - Variant spelling of Persian Delshad, meaning "happy heart."
Delaya -  Variant spelling of Hebrew Delayah, meaning "God has drawn."
Dave - English short form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dobromil - Czech name composed of the Slavic elements dobro "kind, good" and mil "grace," hence "kind and gracious."
Diana - Latin name meaning "divine, heavenly." In Roman mythology, this is the name of a goddess of the moon and hunting.
Durante - Italian name derived from Latin durantis, meaning "enduring, lasting, steadfast."
Daniela -   Feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Dong - Chinese name meaning 1) "beam," 2) "east," or 3) "winter."
Dindraine - Variant spelling of English Dindrane, the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival, sometimes known as the "Grail heroine." She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.
Debra - Contracted form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Dawud - Arabic form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dulcea - Variant spelling of Latin Dulcia, meaning "sweet."
Dion - French name derived from Latin Dio, a short form of longer names of Greek origin beginning with Dio-, meaning "Zeus."
Drea - Short form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Dalia - Variant spelling of English Dahlia, meaning "dahlia flower" or "valley flower."
Dietrich - Old High German form of Visigothic Theodereiks, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Deryn - Welsh name, probably from the word aderyn, meaning"bird." 
Dena -   Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Dom - Short form of English Dominic, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Daryna - Ukrainian form of Roman Latin Daria, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Delores - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Dunn -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ó Duinn "descendant of Donn," hence "brown."
Derick - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dipti - Hindi name meaning "light."
Dashiell - Americanized form of the French surname De Chiel used as a personal name, composed of the French elements de "of" and chiel "heaven," hence "from heaven."
Dathan - Hebrew name meaning "belonging to a fountain." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Eliab who, with his brother Abiram, joined Korah in his rebellion against Moses.
Dawson - English surname, transferred to forename use, meaning "son of Daw (David)."
Deodatus - Short form of Roman Latin Adeodatus, meaning "given to God." 
Diego - Said to have been derived from Spanish Santiago ("St. James"), but in the Middle Ages Diego existed in the Latin forms Didacus and Didagus, causing some scholars to suspect that Diego may have originally derived from the Greek word didakhe, meaning "doctrine, teaching." 
Drusilla - Feminine diminutive form of Roman Latin Drusus, possibly meaning "oak; strong." 
Dalton - English surname transferred to forename use, from various place names composed of the Old English elements dæl "valley" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "valley settlement."
Deja - English name derived from the French phrase deja vu "already seen," hence "already."
Desi - Short form of Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning "longing." This name was borne by the Cuban actor Desi Arnaz, husband of Lucille Ball. 
Duilius - Roman name derived from the Latin word duellum, meaning "war."
Dakarai -   African Shona name meaning "happiness."
Dougal - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning "black stranger." 
Dezi - English variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Desi, meaning "longing."
Dwayne - Variant spelling of English Duane, meaning "little black one."
Dillon - English form of Welsh Dylan, meaning "great sea."
Devraj - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and raja "king," hence "god-king."
Donn - Irish Gaelic name meaning "brown." In mythology, this is the name of a king of the underworld.
Dario - Italian form of Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dóra - Pet form of Hungarian Dorottya, meaning "gift of God."
Davida - Feminine form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Delice - Variant spelling of English Delicia, meaning "delight."
Delilah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Deliylah, meaning "delicate, weak." In the bible, this is the name of the mistress of Samson.
Daisuke - Japanese name meaning "great helper."
Dede - African Luo unisex name meaning "grasshopper, locust."
Demokritos - Greek name composed of the elements demou "of the people" and krites "judge," hence "judge of the people."
Dorota - Czech form of Greek Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Domitian - Short form of Roman Latin Domitianus, meaning "tamed."
Daquan - Chinese-American compound name composed of Da "big" or "hit, strike" and Quan "fist," hence "big fist" or "strike with fist."
Devorah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee." 
Dejan - Serbian name derived from the Slavic element deja, meaning "to take action."
Diya - Variant spelling of Arabic Ziya, meaning "glow, splendor." 
Dilbert - Variant spelling of English Delbert, meaning "bright nobility."
Darcie - Variant spelling of English unisex Darcy, meaning "from Arcy."
Dagania -  Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Destiny - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin destinare, "to establish, make firm," hence "fate, fortune."
Duška - Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning "soul, spirit."
Damon - Greek name derived from the word daman, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." In Greek legend, this is the name of a friend of Pythias.
Divri - Variant spelling of Hebrew Dibriy, meaning "my word" or "eloquent."
Dexter -  English surname transferred to forename use, originally denoting a female "dyer," but by the time it became a personal name it had already become strongly associated with Latin dexter "auspicious, right-handed," and was usually chosen as a name because of this.
Derya - Turkish unisex form of Persian Darya, meaning "ocean."
Dorothea -   Feminine form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God."
Debbie - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Damjan - Variant spelling of Slovene Damijan, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Djeserit - Egyptian name meaning "holy woman."
Dane - A dialectal variant spelling of English Dean, meaning "dean; ecclesiastical supervisor."
David - Hebrew name meaning "beloved." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Jesse. David was the second king of Israel and father of King Solomon. As a youth he killed a giant named Goliath with his slingshot. 
Danek - Czech pet form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Devon - English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Daedalos - Hellenized Latin form of Greek Daidalos, meaning "cunning worker."
Diomedes - Latin form of Greek Diomêdês, meaning "cunning as Zeus." In mythology, this is the name of the second-best warrior of all Achaeans who fought in the Trojan war (Ajax was first-best).
Dorita - Spanish diminutive form of Italian/Spanish Dorotea, meaning "gift."
Destinee - Variant spelling of English Destiny, meaning "fate, fortune."
Dyson - English surname transferred to forename use, meaning "son of Dye." 
Desmond - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deas-Mhumhan, meaning "man from south Munster." 
Dhananjay - Hindi name meaning "winning wealth."
Deborah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee." In the bible, this is the name of the nurse of Rebecca, and the prophetess-judge and wife of Lapidoth. 
Dine - Yiddish form of Hebrew Diynah, meaning "judgment."
Dea - From the Latin word for "goddess."
Deye - Variant spelling of English Daye, meaning "day."
Delphina - Latin name meaning "woman from Delphi," a city in Greece whose nameprobably means "dolphin." 
Draco - Latin form of Greek Drakon, meaning "dragon." Draco was the name of a 7th century scribe of Athens, Greece. It is also the name of a constellation. In Greek mythology, there are many dragons mentioned. For example, Drakon Ismenios was a gigantic serpent which guarded the sacred spring of Ismenos near Thebes; the Drakon Kholkikos was the guardian of the golden fleece; Drakon Maionios was a huge Dragon that ravaged the land of Lydia. 
Doug - Short form of English Douglas, meaning "black stream."
Desiderius - Latin name derived from the word desiderium, meaning "longing."
Dilip - Short form of Hindi Dilipa, meaning "protector of Delhi."
Dodge - Old pet form of English Rodger, meaning "famous spear." 
Dixie - The origin of the American southern "Dixie" is uncertain; however, Louisiana dollars had the French word dix printed on them, meaning "tenth," and this may have been what inspired the song about "the land of dixies," and later the name itself.
Denis -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Dallas - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Scottish place name Dalfhas, composed of the Gaelic elements dail "meadow" and fhas "stance," hence "meadow stance," i.e. a meadow used by cattle droves as an overnight dwelling.
Dudde - From Old English dudde "cloak, mantle," which later produced the word duds "ragged clothing" and dud which became a byname for a person "dressed raggedly."
Derek - English name derived from Dutch Diederik, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dorus - Latin form of Greek Doros, the name of a son of Hellen and founder of the Dorian tribe, meaning "gift."
Deepak - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipak, meaning "little lamp."
Deloris - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Davina -   Feminine form of English Davin, meaning "little black one."
Danielle - French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel,meaning "God is my judge." 
Devi - Hindi name derived from Sanskrit devi meaning "goddess."
Davie -   English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dania - Variant spelling of Hebrew Danya, meaning "judge."
Delight - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin delectare, meaning "to allure, delight." 
Despoina - Variant spelling of Greek Despoine, meaning "mistress."
Diona - Variant spelling of Latin Dione, meaning "the goddess."
Darius - Latin form of Greek Dareios, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy." In the bible, this is the name of several characters including Darius the Mede, son of Ahasuerus, king of the Chaldeans.
Darby - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, possibly a corruption of Derby, a shire of England, so called from doire, meaning "a forest abounding in deer." 
Domonkos - Hungarian form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dabhaidh - Scottish Gaelic form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dashurie - Albanian name meaning "intimacy; liaison; love."
Dacey - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Déiseach which was originally a name for a member of the Déise, "a tenant, a vassal," a word tracing back to Indo-European *dem-s ("house"). 
Divya - Hindi name meaning "divine."
Daganya - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Danh - Vietnamese name meaning "famous, prestigious."
Dismas - Anglicized form of Greek Dysmas, meaning "sunset." This name is not actually found in the bible but was given by Christians to the thiefwho was crucified beside Jesus.
Diokles - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and kleos "glory," hence "glory of Zeus."
Dot - Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Dada - African Yoruba name meaning"curly hair."
Désiré - French name meaning "desired." 
Didi - English short form of Latin Diana, meaning "divine, heavenly." Compare with masculine Didi.
Dalal - Arabic name meaning "like a coquette, seductive." A coquette is a woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men.
Dagrún - Old Norse name composed of the elements dagr "day" and rún "secret lore," hence "day-rune."
Dayaram - Abbreviated form of Hindi Dayarama, meaning "compassion of Rama."
Desdemona - Literary namederived from the Greek word dysdaimon, meaning "ill-starred." 
Dalenka - Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning "distant battle."
Delia - Greek name meaning "of Delos." In mythology, this is a name borne by Artemis, referring to her place of birth.
Denzel - Cornish surname transferred to forename use, possibly composed of the elements din "fort" and sul "sun," hence "sunny fort." 
Doli - Native American Navajo name meaning "bluebird."
Dhaval - Hindi name meaning "pure, white."
Duane -  Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhán, originally a byname from a diminutive of Gaelic dubh, meaning "little black one."
Diodoros - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and doron "gift," hence "gift of Zeus."
Donato - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
Dwynwen - Variant spelling of Welsh Dwynwyn, from Welsh dwyn "to steal" and (g)wyn "fair, holy, white."
Dougie -   Pet form of English Douglas, meaning "black stream."
Diot - English pet form of Greek Dionysia, meaning "follower of Dionysos." 
Despina - English variant spelling of Latin Despoena, meaning "mistress."
Dosia -  Short form of Latin Theodosia, meaning "god-giving."
Desidéria - Feminine form of Portuguese Desidério, meaning "longing."
Dorian - English name coined by Oscar Wilde for a character in his novel The Portrait of Dorian Gray, 1891. Probably derived from Latin Dorianus, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Daiki - Japanese name meaning 1) "great glory," 2) "great noble" or 3) "great tree."
Drew - Feminine adopted use of masculine English Drew, meaning "man; warrior."
Daffodil - English name derived from the flower name, from Latin asphodelus, from Greek asphodelos, meaning "asphodel flower." In Greek mythology, it is described as a pale yellow deathless kind of lily flower that overspreads the plains of Hades and is the favorite food of the dead. 
Denny - Pet form of English Dennis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Doru - Romanian name meaning "longing."
Diônê - Greek name meaning "the goddess." In mythology, this is the name of the Titan mother of Aphrodite. It is a feminine form of Zeus. 
Donatus - Latin name meaning "given (by God)." 
Delicia - English feminine form of Latin Delicius, meaning "delight." 
Domitilla - Diminutive form of Roman Latin Domitius ("tamed"), hence "little tame one." This name is usually given by Roman Catholics to their daughters in honor of saint Flavia Domitilla. 
Dieter - Old German name composed of the elements þeud "people, race" and hari/heri "army, warrior," hence "warrior of the people."
Dimas - Portuguese and Spanish form of Greek Dismas, meaning "sunset."
Duha - Arabic unisex name meaning "morning."
Despoine - Greek name meaning "mistress." In mythology, this is the name of a daughter of Poseidon and Demeter.
Deonte - Modern English creation, possibly a blend of Deon "god, Zeus" and Dante "steadfast."
Dulcia - Latin name meaning "sweet."
Dieudonnée - Feminine form of French Dieudonné, meaning "God-given."
Dayo - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "joy arrives."
Dezirinda - Esperanto name meaning "desirable."
Devnet - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait, meaning "little fawn."
Dalilah - Variant spelling of English Delilah, meaning "delicate, weak." 
Desya - Pet form of Russian Modest, meaning "moderate, sober."
Dolph - Short form of English Adolph, meaning "noble wolf."
Driscoll - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó h-Eidirsceóil "son of the messenger," from eidirsceól, composed of the elements eidir "between" and scéal "story, news," hence "go-between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer." 
Daley - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Dálaigh, "descendant of Dálach," hence "assembly, gathering."
Dymphna - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait, meaning "little fawn."
Dardana - Albanian name derived from the Illyrian tribe name Dardani, possibly from the word dardha, meaning "pear."
Daan - Pet form of Dutch Daniël, meaning "God is my judge."
Darshan - Hindi name derived from the name of a Hindu school of philosophy, from Sanskrit drś "viewing, looking at," hence "sight."
Domina - Contracted form of Latin Dominica, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dipaka - Hindi name, derived from the Sanskrit elements dipa "lamp" and ka "little," hence "little lamp." In Hindu mythology, this is another name for Kama, a god of love.
Dayton - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements dic "ditch, dike" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "dike settlement."
Djamila - Variant spelling of Arabic Jamila, meaning "beautiful."
Dušan - Czech name derived from the Slavic element dusha, meaning "soul, spirit."
Dobrašin - Croatian form of Russian Dobrushin, meaning "goodness." 
Dolag - Pet form of Scottish Gaelic Donnag, meaning "world ruler."
Duibhín - Gaelic byname meaning "little black one."
Diogo - Portuguese form of Spanish Diego, meaning either "St. James," or "doctrine, teaching."
Dominica - Feminine form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord." This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday. 
Dylis - Variant spelling of Welsh Dilys, meaning "genuine, steadfast, true."
Danni - English pet form of French Danielle, meaning "God is my judge." Compare with masculine Danni.
Day -   English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning "day."
Desidério - Portuguese form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing." 
Dareyavesh - Aramaic form of Persian Dârayavahush (Latin Darius), meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy." In the bible, this is the name of several characters including Darius the Mede, son of Ahasuerus, king of the Chaldeans.
Dietricha - Feminine form of German Dietrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dries - Short form of Dutch Andries, meaning "man; warrior."
Ditmer - Variant spelling of Albanian Dhimiter, meaning "good day."
Derog - Welsh form of Latin Ferox, meaning "the arrogant one" or "the obstinate one."
Dishan - Anglicized form of Hebrew Diyshan, meaning "a species of gazelle" or "a thresher." In the bible, this is the name of the fifth son of Seir.
Dominicus - Latin name derived from the word dominus "lord," meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dollag - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Dolag, meaning "world ruler."
Deganit - Variant form of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Dardan - Albanian name derived from the Illyrian tribe name Dardani, which may be related to the word dardha, meaning "pear."
Draga - Feminine form of Slavic Drago, meaning "precious." 
Dassah - Short form of English Hadassa, meaning "myrtle tree."
Daidalos - Greek name meaning "cunning worker." In mythology, this is the name of the man who created the Labyrinth for King Minos of Crete, in which the Minotaur was kept and from which the hero Theseus escaped.
Damodara - Variant spelling of Hindi Damodar, meaning "waist-cord."
Delun - Chinese name meaning "virtuous order."
Deunoro - Basque name meaning "all saints."
Dalek - Pet form of Czech Dalibor, meaning "distant battle."
Daciana - Romanian name derived from Roman Dacia, the name for the region that is today Moldova and Romania. According to Strabo, the Dacians were originally known as the daoi, from Phrygian daos, meaning "wolf." It is interesting to note, too, that daoi is the Gaelic word for a "wicked man."
Delayahu - Variant form of Hebrew Delayah, meaning "God has drawn."
Dulcibella - English compound name composed of Dulcie "sweet" and the Italian word Bella, "beautiful," hence "sweet beauty."
Delinda - English name derived from German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent." 
Datan - Variant spelling of Hebrew Dathan, meaning "belonging to a fountain."
Dominique - French unisex form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dorothy - English form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Della - Feminine form of English Dell, meaning "lives in a dell/hollow."
Debby - Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning "bee."
Dietlinde - German name composed of the elements þeud "people, race" and linde "soft, tender, weak," hence "of the gentle people."
Domhnall - Scottish Gaelic name composed of the Celtic elements dubno "world" and val "rule," hence "world ruler."
Duarte - Portuguese form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Damijan - Slovene form of Greek Damianos, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dye - Pet form of English Dennis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dijana - Serbian form of Latin Diana, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Duygu - Turkish unisex name meaning "emotion."
Dalibora - Feminine form of Czech Dalibor, meaning "distant battle."
Darina - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dáiríne, meaning "fertile, fruitful."
Diodotos - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and dotes "giver," hence "giver of Zeus."
Diyshan - Hebrew name meaning "a species of gazelle" or "a thresher." In the bible, this is the name of the fifth son of Seir.
Dinos - Greek name meaning "the marvel." In mythology, this is the name of one of the Mares of Diomed.
Dell - English surname transferred to forename use, originally a byname for someone who "lives in a dell/hollow." 
Drita - Albanian name meaning "light."
Dag -   Hebrew name meaning "fish."
Dobrashin - Variant spelling of Russian Dobrushin, meaning "goodness." 
Damion - Variant spelling of English Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Deganiah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Dušanka - Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning "soul, spirit."
Dobrushin - Russian name, derived from Slavic dobro "good," meaning "goodness." 
Donnchadh - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements donn "brown" and cath "battle, war," hence "brown warrior."
Draven - English name possibly derived from the Old English word drǽfend, meaning "hunter." 
Diederick - Low German form of High German Dietrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dionysia - Feminine form of Greek Dionysios, meaning "follower of Dionysos." 
Drusus - Roman family name, possibly from Old Celtic *dru-, meaning "oak; strong." 
Danuta - Polish form of Hebrew Danya,meaning "God is my judge." 
Devin - Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from the surname Devine, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Daimhín, "descendant of Daimhín," hence "little fawn."
Dalena - Pet form of Czech Dalibora, meaning "distant battle."
Dikla - Variant spelling of English Diklah, meaning "palm grove." 
Djordji - Romani variant spelling of Serbian Djordje, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Drina - Short form of Italian/Spanish Adriana, meaning "from Hadria." In use by the Romani.
Dene - Variant spelling of English Dean, meaning "dean, ecclesiastical supervisor."
Danika - Variant spelling of Slavic Danica, meaning "morning star."
Duncan - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Danijela - Feminine form of Serbian Danijel, meaning "God is my judge."
Durga - Hindi myth name borne by the goddess Devi, derived from the Sanskrit word durga, meaning "fort" or "protected place," hence "unapproachable." She is usually depicted riding a lion or tiger, and having twelve hands, each holding a weapon and assuming a mudra (symbolic hand gesture). 
Dominik - Czech and Polish form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Demonthin - Native American Ponca name meaning "talks as he walks."
Duana - Feminine form of English Duane, meaning "little black one."
Daiyu - Chinese name meaning "black jade."
Deitra - Variant spelling of Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Danilo - Ukrainian form of Greek Daniēl, meaning "God is my judge."
Dedrich - Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dolly - Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Doros - Greek name of a son of Hellen and founder of the Dorian tribe, probably derived from the word doron, meaning "gift."
Dionysus - Latin form of Greek Dionysos, meaning "Zeus-Nysa," i.e. "god of nymphs." In mythology, this is the name of a god of revelry and the intoxicating effect of wine. Nysa is the name of a legendary land/mountain where Dionysus was raised and nursed by rain-nymphs. There are many places bearing the name Nysa in Anatolia, Turkmenistan, Poland and Serbia. The Serbian Nysa is spelled Nis and has been interpreted as an Indo-European word meaning "nymph."
Dafydd - Modern form of Welsh Dewydd, meaning "beloved." 
Dale - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning "dale, valley."
Devan - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Doireann - Old Gaelic name, probably derived from the word doireann (also spelled doirionn), meaning "sullen." 
Da - Chinese name meaning "attainment." This is also a martial arts term meaning "big" or "hit, strike."
Donaghy - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Duna - African Zulu name meaning "headman."
Dzovag - Armenian name meaning "lake."
Dandrenor - Later form of English Dandrane, the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival, sometimes known as the "Grail heroine." She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.
Deon - English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning "god, Zeus."
Deni - Pet form of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Diorbhail - Variant spelling of Scottish Diorbhorguil, meaning "true testimony." Used as a Scottish Anglicized form of Dorothy ("gift of God").
Didymus - Latin form of Greek Didymos, meaning "two-fold, twain." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a Christian. 
Dazhbog - Variant spelling of Slavic Dazhdbog, meaning "give-me god," probably in the sense of a giving god.
Dalita - Armenian name meaning "virgin."
Diodotus - Latin form of Greek Diodotos, meaning "giver of Zeus."
Dumno - From the Celtic word meaning "world."
Dipak - Short form of Hindi Dipaka, meaning "little lamp."
Djehuty - Original Egyptian form of Greek Thoth, composed of the elements hbj "ibis" and the possessive suffix -ty, hence "he who is like the ibis bird."
Donogh - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Doretta - Diminutive form of English Dora, meaning "little gift."
Dilipa - Hindi name, composed of the elements Dili "Delhi" and pa "protecting," hence "protector of Delhi." In Hindu legend, this is the name of several kings.
Dorran - Variant spelling of Hebrew Doran, meaning "gift."
Dewi - Contracted form of Welsh Dewydd, meaning "beloved." 
Domitila - Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Domitilla, meaning "little tame one."
Deidre - Variant spelling Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Dvorah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Devorah, meaning "bee." 
Dioskouroi - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and kouros "boy," hence "boys of Zeus." In mythology, this name was given to Castor and Pollux, the twin sons of Zeus and Leda, tutelary deities of sailors. In the bible, they are mentioned by this name in Acts 28:11.
Digby - English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements diki "ditch" and býr "settlement," hence "ditch-settlement."
Deshawn - Elaborated form of English Shawn, meaning "God is gracious."
Diamanda - Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Diamond, meaning "diamond."
Diran - Armenian name meaning "dominant."
Donnachaidh - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Dessislava - Variant spelling of Bulgarian Desislava, possibly meaning "divided glory."
Domenica - Feminine form of Italian Domenico, meaning "belongs to the lord." 
Doron - Variant spelling of Hebrew Doran, meaning "gift."
Darian - English unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dedrick - Dutch form of Old High German Dedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dorine - Variant spelling of English Doreen, meaning "gift." 
Drustanus - Latin form of Welsh Drystan, probably meaning "riot, tumult."
Dulcie - English form of Latin Dulcia, meaning "sweet."
Deforest - English name derived from a Norman French surname, meaning "from the forest."
Dionisio - Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Dionysius, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deacon - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Greek word diakonos, meaning "servant."
Dinh - Vietnamese name meaning "summit."
Deniz - Turkish unisex name meaning "sea."
Dong-mei - Chinese name meaning "winter plum."
Drummond - Scottish habitational surname transferred to forename use, derived from Gaelic druim, meaning "ridge."
Deòiridh - Scottish Gaelic name meaning "pilgrim."
Diedrich - Variant spelling of Old High German Dietrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Debowrah - Hebrew name meaning "bee." In the bible, this is the name of the nurse of Rebecca, and the prophetess-judge and wife of Lapidoth. Also spelled Devorah.
Del - Pet form of English Adela, meaning "noble." Also used as a short form of other longer names beginning with Del-.
Dvoire - Yiddish form of Hebrew Devorah, meaning "bee."
Driskoll - Variant spelling of English Driscoll, meaning "go-between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer." 
Dori - Masculine variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Dor, meaning "generation" or "period of time."
Dušanek - Pet form of Czech Dušan, meaning "soul, spirit."
Dorika - Pet form of Hungarian Dorottya, meaning "gift of God."
Donough - Variant spelling of English Donogh, meaning "brown warrior."
Deonne - English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning "god, Zeus."
Drakon - Greek name meaning "dragon." In Greek mythology, there are many dragons mentioned. For example, Drakon Ismenios was a gigantic serpent which guarded the sacred spring of Ismenos near Thebes; the Drakon Kholkikos was the guardian of the golden fleece; Drakon Maionios was a huge Dragon that ravaged the land of Lydia.
Dmitri - Variant spelling of Russian Dmitriy, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Diorbhorguil - Older form of Scottish Diorbhail, meaning "true testimony."
Dirk -  Short form of German Diederick, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Doriano - Italian form of Latin Dorianus, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Desirae - English form of French Désirée, meaning "desired."
Dugal - Variant spelling of English Dougal, meaning "black stranger." 
Dudley -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dara "oak," Dubhdara "black oak," and Dubhaltach "black-haired." 
Dorotheus - Latin form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God."
Daly - Variant spelling of English Daley, meaning "assembly, gathering."
Driton - Variant spelling of Albanian Dritan, meaning "light."
Dand - Pet form of Scottish Aindrea, meaning "man; warrior."
Dewayne - Elaborated form of English Dwayne, meaning "little black one."
Dipali - Hindi name meaning "row of lamps."
Diarmaid - Irish name probably composed of the Gaelic elements dí "without" and airmait "envy," hence "without envy." In mythology, this is the name of a High King of Ireland.
Dei - From the Celtic word meaning "to shine."
Dalinda - Variant spelling of English Delinda, meaning "noble serpent." 
Dahlia - English name derived from the flower name, from the surname of Swedish botanist Anders Dahl, meaning "valley," hence "dahlia flower" or "valley flower."
Donatello - Pet form of Italian Donato, meaning "given (by God)."
Dwane - Variant spelling of English Dwayne, meaning "little black one."
Davy -   English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dejana - Feminine form of Serbian Dejan, meaning "to take action."
Dušek - Pet form of Czech Dušan, meaning "soul, spirit."
Doriane - French feminine form of English Dorian, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Diodorus - Latin form of Greek Diodoros, meaning "gift of Zeus." 
Dorit - Hebrew name meaning "generation" or "period of time."
Degaré - From the medieval romance Sir Degaré, probably from the French word égaré, meaning "strayed, lost." 
Darien - Variant spelling of English unisex Darian, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Daniil - Russian form of Greek Daniēl, meaning "God is my judge."
Darshana - Feminine form of Hindi Darshan, meaning "sight." 
Deepti - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipti, meaning "light."
Dorin - Romanian form of Latin Dorianus, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Deroc - Old Breton form of Latin Ferox, meaning "the arrogant one" or "the obstinate one."
Defrim - Albanian name meaning "entertainment."
Dicky - Pet form of English Richard, meaning "powerful ruler."
Denise - Feminine form French Denis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dimitris - Contracted form of Greek Dimitrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Davey -   English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dugald - Variant form of Scottish Dùghall, meaning "black stranger."
Dreda - Short form of Middle English Eldreda, meaning "old advisor."
Devdas - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and dasa "servant," hence "god-servant."
Domnall - Irish Gaelic form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall, meaning "world ruler."
Dovid - Yiddish form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Duci - Pet form of Hungarian Magdolna, meaning "of Magdala."
Darryl - Unisex form of English Darrell, meaning "from Airelle."
Delyth - Welsh name derived from the element del, meaning "pretty."
Didymos - Greek name meaning "two-fold, twain." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a Christian. 
Djehuty-mes - Egyptian name composed of the name of the god Djehuty "ibis" and the word mesis "born of," meaning "born of Djehuty (Thoth)" or "born of the ibis."
Darnell - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements derne "hidden, secret" and halh "nook," hence "hidden/secret nook."
Dianthe - Feminine form of Greek dianthos, composed of the elements dios "god" and anthos "flower," hence "god-flower."
Domingo - Spanish form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Darko - Serbian name derived from Slavic dar, meaning "gift."
Devika - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements devi "goddess" and ka "little," hence "little goddess."
Doroteja - Slovene form of Greek Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Damianus - Latin form of Greek Damianos, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dearbhfhorghaill - Variant spelling of Scottish Diorbhorguil, meaning "true testimony."
Dinesh - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements dina "day" and isa "lord," hence "day-lord."
Devereux - French surname transferred to English forename use, meaning "from Evreux." Evreux is a commune of Normandy, France which got its name from the Eburovices, the name of a gallic tribe, meaning "those which overcome by the yew." Yew wood was used to make weapons: bows, arrows, spears, etc.
Donoma - Native American Omaha name meaning "sight of the sun."
Dumisani - African Zulu name meaning "glorify."
Dibri - Anglicized form of Hebrew Dibriy, meaning "my word" or "eloquent." In the bible, this is the name of a man whose daughter married an Egyptian.
Dodi - Hebrew name meaning "my beloved" or "my uncle." Compare with strictly feminine Dodi.
Diane - French form of Latin Diana, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Dixee - Variant spelling of English Dixie, meaning "tenth."
Dov - Hebrew name meaning "bear."
Dyfed - Probably another form of Welsh Dewydd (Hebrew David), meaning "beloved." Also spelled Dafydd.
Darawesh - Contracted form of Persian Dârayavahush, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."
Desislava - Feminine form of Bulgarian Desislav, possibly meaning "divided glory."
Darwin - English surname transferred to forename use, probably derived from a Middle English personal name composed of the Old English elements deor "dear" and wine "friend," hence "dear friend."
Dor - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Dowr, meaning "generation" or "period of time." In the bible, this is the name of a coastal city in Manasseh, south of Carmel.
Duša - Unisex pet form of Czech Du�an and Du�ana, meaning "soul, spirit."
Dagfinnr - Old Norse name composed of the elements dagr "day" and Finnr "a Finn, a wanderer," hence "day-Finn" or "day-wanderer."
Deline - Short form of French Adeline, meaning "noble." 
Dinai - In the Talmud, this is the Aramaic name of the father of Elazar, meaning "law."
Di - English short form of Latin Diana and French Diane, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Darja - Slovene form of Roman Latin Daria, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dagný - Old Norse name composed of the elements dagr "day" and ný "new," hence "new day."
Dilwyn - Welsh name composed of the elements dilys "genuine, steadfast, true" and (g)wyn "blessed, fair, holy, white," hence "truly blessed."
Delbert - Probably a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æðelbert, meaning "bright nobility."
Dryhus -  Aramaic form of Roman Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."
Dariea - Variant spelling of Greek Dareia, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Débora - Portuguese and Spanish form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee."
Denys - Variant spelling of English Dennis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dorthe - Variant spelling of Scandinavian Dorte, meaning "gift of God."
Dortha - Possibly a variant spelling of Scandinavian Dorthe, meaning "gift of God."
Dearbhla - Irish Gaelic name meaning "true poet."
Diarmad - Scottish Gaelic form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid, meaning "without envy."
Diellza - Albanian name meaning "sunny."
Dušička - Pet form of Czech Dušana, meaning "soul, spirit."
Domingos - Portuguese form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dollee - Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning "gift of God."
Dowr - Hebrew unisex name meaning "generation" or "period of time." In the bible, this is the name of a coastal city in Manasseh, south of Carmel.
Dubaku - African Akan unisex name meaning "eleventh born child."
Devorgilla - Variant spelling of Scottish Diorbhail, meaning "true testimony."
Dilwen - Feminine form of Welsh Dilwyn, meaning "truly blessed." 
Danele - Feminine form of Basque Danel, meaning "God is my judge."
Dagney - Variant spelling of Scandinavian Dagny, meaning "new day."
Dudda - Variant spelling of Old English Dudde, meaning "cloak, mantle."
Donna -   English name derived from the Italian word donna, meaning "lady."
Diamantina - Portuguese form of Italian Diamante, meaning "diamond."
Dareia - Feminine form of Greek Dareios, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Diederik - Dutch form of Visigothic Theodereiks, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Doortje - Dutch pet form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Diabolos - Greek name meaning "accuser, slanderer." In the bible, this is a title for Satan, the prince of demons and author of evil, who estranges men from God and entices them to sin. Figuratively, the devil is a man who, by opposing the cause of God, may be said to act the part of the devil or to side with him.
Danbrann - Welsh Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival, sometimes known as the "Grail heroine." She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.
Dalmat - Albanian name derived from the name of an Illyrian Dalmatian tribe, possibly from the word delme, meaning "sheep."
Darell - Variant spelling of English Darrell, meaning "from Airelle."
Dob - Medieval pet form of English Robert, meaning "bright fame." 
Deasún - Contracted form of Irish Gaelic Deas-Mhumhan, meaning "man from south Munster."
Dušana - Feminine form of Czech Du�an, meaning "soul, spirit."
Djabenusiri - Egyptian name meaning "Venus."
Dumisa - African Zulu name meaning "causes thunder."
Dorrie - Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Deemer - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English demere, meaning "judge."
Diklah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Diqlah, meaning "palm grove." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Joktan.
Digory - Cornish and English form of French Degaré, probably meaning "strayed, lost." 
Doris - Greek name meaning "bounty" and "unmixed, pure." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of the sea, consort of Nereus and mother of the Nereids (sea nymphs). 
Dolaidh - Pet form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall, meaning "world ruler." 
Dermot -  Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid, meaning "without envy."
Domenico - Italian form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dénes - Hungarian form of Greek Dionysios, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deganya - Hebrew name meaning "grain."
Dermid - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Diarmad, meaning "without envy."
Donovan - Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Donndubháin, "descendant of Donndubhán," hence "little dark brown one."
Deepali - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipali, meaning "row of lamps."
Degana - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Damyan - Bulgarian form of Greek Damianos, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dmitar - Croatian form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Drahomíra - Feminine form of Czech Drahomír, meaning "precious peace."
Dagher - Swedish form of Old Norse Dagr, meaning "day."
Daven -   Scandinavian name meaning "two rivers."
Dar - Hebrew name meaning both "mother-of-pearl" and "marble."
Dingxiang - Chinese name meaning "stability and fortune."
Désirée - Feminine form of French Désiré, meaning "desired." 
Desislav - Bulgarian name of uncertain derivation. The first element may be related to PIE *dis- "apart, divided." The second is Slavic slav, meaning "glory," hence possibly "divided glory." 
Delshad - Persian name meaning "happy heart."
Diarmuid - Early Gaelic form of Irish Diarmaid, meaning "without envy."
Deòrsa - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Déodat - French form of Roman Latin Deodatus, meaning "given to God."
Dinis -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Dubhán - Irish Gaelic name, originally a byname, composed of dubh "black" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little black one."
Donjeta - Albanian name meaning "will/desire life; zest for life." 
Despoena - Latin form of Greek Despoine, meaning "mistress."
Daniyel - Hebrew name meaning "God is my judge." In the bible, this is the name of the hero of the Book of Daniel, who was cast into a den of lions but saved by God.
Dearbháil - Irish name composed of the Gaelic elements der "daughter" and fáil "destiny," hence "daughter of destiny."
Dauid - Greek form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved." In the bible, this is the name of the second king of Israel and ancestor of Jesus. 
Dubhdara - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh "black, dark" and dara "oak," hence "black oak." 
Dederick - Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dollie - Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning "gift of God."
Diomed - Short form of Latin Diomedes, meaning "cunning as Zeus." In mythology, this is the name of the Tyrant of Thrace who fed his horses on the strangers who visited his kingdom.
Didagus - Variant spelling of Latin Didacus, possibly meaning "doctrine, teaching."
Diqlah - Hebrew name of foreign origin, meaning "palm grove." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Joktan.
Damokles - Greek name composed of the elements damos "people" and kleos "glory," hence "glory of the people."
Danel - Basque form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Daithí - Irish Gaelic name meaning "swift."
Dianne - Variant spelling of French Diane, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Dareios - Greek form of Persian Dârayavahush, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Dorinda - 18th century elaborated form of English Dora, meaning "gift."
Dracul -  Romanian name meaning "devil" or "dragon."
Dagfinn - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Dagfinnr, meaning "day-Finn" or "day-wanderer."
Dubhaltach - Irish Gaelic name, probably composed of the elements dubh "black" and fholtach "-haired," hence "black-haired."
Dieudonné - French name meaning "god-given."
Devdan - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and dana "gift," hence "god-gift."
Dibriy - Hebrew name meaning "my word" or "eloquent." In the bible, this is the name of a man whose daughter married an Egyptian. Also spelled Divri.
Deana - Feminine form of English Dean, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Dagfinnur - Icelandic form of Old Norse Dagfinnr, meaning "day-Finn" or "day-wanderer."
Direnç - Turkish name meaning "resistance."
Dyl - Short form of Welsh Dylan, meaning "great sea."
Delila - Variant spelling of English Delilah, meaning "delicate, weak."
Dianna - Variant spelling of Latin Diana, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Drahoslav - Czech form of Slavic Dragoslav, meaning "precious glory."
Dorris - Variant spelling of Greek Doris, meaning "bounty" and "unmixed, pure."
Deshaun - Variant spelling of English Deshawn, meaning "God is gracious."
Deziree - English variant spelling of French Désirée, meaning "desired."
Deidra - Variant spelling Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Dáire - Irish name derived from the Gaelic element dáire, meaning "fertile, fruitful."
Delicius - From the Latin word delicius, meaning"delight." 
Deryck - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Damocles - Latin form of Greek Damokles, meaning "glory of the people."
Derby - Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning "deer farm."
Dolena - Variant form of English Donalda, meaning "world ruler."
Deaglán - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements deagh "good" and lán "full," hence "fully good."
Dolley - Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning "gift of God."
Davena - Variant spelling of Latin Davina, meaning "beloved."
Dandrane - English form of Welsh Danbrann, the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival, sometimes known as the "Grail heroine." She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.
Denisa - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dorofei - Variant spelling of Russian Dorofey, meaning "gift of God."
Damianos - Greek named derived from the element daman, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." Related to Damon.
Dube - African Zulu name meaning "zebra."
Dayarama - Hindi name composed of the elements daya "compassion" and the name of the god Rama, hence "compassion of Rama."
Dixy - Variant spelling of English Dixie, meaning "tenth."
Deus - Latin form of Greek Zeus, meaning "god."
Dix - Short form of English Dixie, possibly meaning "tenth."
Dorottya - Hungarian form of Greek Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Deena - Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Dunky - Pet form of English Duncan, meaning "brown warrior."
Deirdre - Celtic legend name of a tragic heroine who committed suicide after the murder of her lover. She is sometimes referred to as Deirdre of the Sorrows. The name is of uncertain derivation. Some sources give the meaning "young girl."
Deliylah - Hebrew name derived from the root dal, meaning "delicate, weak." In the bible, this is the name of the mistress of Samson.
Dubhghall - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh "black, dark" and gall "stranger," hence "black stranger." This is said to have been a byname applied to the Danes, in contrast to the fair Norse settlers of Norway and Iceland.
Domeka - Basque name meaning "Sunday."
Dervila - Variant spelling of English Dervla, meaning "true poet."
Delma - Short form of English Fidelma, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Dazhdbog - Slavic myth name of a solar god, the son of Perun by a mermaid, meaning "give-me god," probably in the sense of a giving god. He is thought by some to be the progenitor of the Russian people. 
Diantha - Latin form of Greek Dianthe, meaning "god-flower." It is the feminine form of dianthus, the name of a species of flowering plants native to Europe and Asia.
Dwight - English surname transferred to forename use, from the feminine personal name Diot, a pet form of Dionysia, meaning "follower of Dionysos." 
Doina - Romanian name meaning "folk song."
Dalibor - Czech name composed of the Slavic elements dal "afar" and borit "to fight," hence "distant battle."
Discordia - Latin translation of Greek Eris, meaning "strife." In mythology, this is the name of a war-goddess.
Derwin - Probably a variant spelling of English Darwin, meaning "dear friend."
Dubhshláine - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh "dark, black" and slán "challenge, defiance," hence "black challenger."
Deifilia - Spanish name meaning"daughter of God."
Deimos - Greek name meaning "fear, terror." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Ares and Aphrodite.
Dolanna - Variant form of English Donalda, meaning "world ruler."
Delfina - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Delphina, meaning "woman from Delphi." 
Debbi - Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning "bee."
Daividh - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Dàibhidh, meaning "beloved." 
Dao - Thai name meaning "star."
Dlila - Variant spelling of English Delila, meaning "delicate, weak." 
Dietfried - German name composed of the elements þeud "people, race" and fred/frid "peace," hence "of the peaceful people."
Deneb - From the name of a star in the constellation Cygnus, from Arabic dhanab, meaning "tail."
Dominga - Feminine form of Spanish Domingo, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Didier - French form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing." 
Donkor - Egyptian name meaning "humble."
Dorieus - Greek name derived from the name of an obscure, ancient Hellenic tribe called the Dorians, hence "of the Dorian tribe." The Dorians were supposed to have existed in the north-eastern regions of Greece, ancient Macedonia and Epirus. Their founder was Dorus, son of Hellen. 
Dorean - Variant spelling of English Doreen, meaning "gift." 
Dominika - Feminine form of Czech and Polish Dominik, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dima - Arabic name meaning "downpour."
Dimosthenis - Variant spelling of Greek Demosthenes, meaning "strength of the people."
Dorkas - Alternate translation of Greek Tabitha, meaning "gazelle." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a woman restored to life by Peter. 
Dannie - Variant spelling of English Danny, meaning "God is my judge."
Dragoş - Romanian pet form of Slavic Dragomir, meaning "precious peace." 
Dmitriy - Russian form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dervla - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dearbhla, meaning "truepoet."
Dagnija - Latvian form of Scandinavian Dagny, meaning "new day."
Denton - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements denu "valley" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "valley settlement."
Dottie - Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Diggory - English form of French Degaré, probably meaning "strayed, lost." 
Deucalion - Greek name possibly meaning "new wine sailor." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Prometheus, and a son of Minos.
Delphinius - Latin form of Greek Delphinios, meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is a title belonging to Apollo.
Dobrogost - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements dobro "good, kind" and gost "guest," hence "kind guest." 
Dimitrije - Serbian form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Didacus - Old Latin name probably derived from the Greek word didakhe, meaning "doctrine, teaching."
Delwyn - Welsh unisex name composed of the elements del "pretty" and (g)wyn "fair, holy, white," hence "pretty and fair."
Darin - Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning "from Araines."
Dung - Vietnamese name meaning "brave, heroic."
Dyan - English variant spelling of French Dianne, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Dálach - Gaelic name derived from the word dál, meaning "assembly, gathering."
Drugi - Pet form of Polish Andrzej, meaning "man; warrior."
Dika -  Possibly a Romani form of Hungarian Duci, meaning "of Magdala."
Delaiah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Delayah, meaning "God has drawn." Hebrew name meaning "God has drawn." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Zerubbabel.
Dellma - Variant spelling of English Delma, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Delaia - Variant spelling of English Delaiah, meaning "God has drawn."
Delmar - English name possibly derived from Spanish del mar, meaning "of the sea." Once popular among African Americans.
Delta - English name derived from the "fourth" letter of the Greek alphabet.
Derry - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dáire, meaning "fertile, fruitful."
Darrin - Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning "from Araines."
Delroy - English name possibly derived from the Old French phrase del roy, meaning "son or servant of the king."
Denice - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dimitriy - Slavic form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dionysius - Latin form of Greek Dionysios, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Dorotheos - Greek name composed of the elements doron "gift" and theos "god," hence "gift of God."
Dhimiter - Albanian name meaning "good day." 
Diamante - Italian name meaning "diamond."
Darden - English surname transferred to forename use, probably of Norman French origin, meaning "from Ardern."
Delphia - English name derived from Philadelphia, the name of a city in the state of Pennsylvania and a city in Asia Minor, composed of the Greek elements phileo "to love" and adelphos "born of the same womb," hence "sibling."
Dympna - Variant spelling of English Dymphna, meaning "little fawn."
Detta - Short form of Italian names ending with -detta.
Demon - Ancient Greek name derived from the word demos, meaning "the people."
Disdemona - Variant spelling of Greek Desdemona, meaning "ill-starred." 
Dimitrij - Slovene form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dubravko - Croatian name derived from the word dubrava meaning "oak grove."
Donát - Czech and Hungarian form of Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
Doroteo - Spanish form of Latin Dorotheus, meaning "gift of God."
Donieta - Variant spelling of Albanian Donjeta, meaning "will/desire life; zest for life."
Diann - English variant spelling of French Diane, meaning "divine, heavenly."
Dorianus - Latin form of Greek Dorieus, meaning "of the Dorian tribe."
Dysmas - Greek name not actually found in the bible but given by Christians to the thiefwho was crucified beside Jesus, meaning "sunset."
Deniel - Breton form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Drahoslava - Feminine form of Czech Drahoslav, meaning "precious glory."
Dagur - Icelandic form of Old Norse Dagr, meaning "day."
Dorofiej - Polish form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God."
Danijel - Serbian form of Greek Daniēl, meaning "God is my judge."
Debi - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Dumitru - Romanian form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dolore - Basque form of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Dunixi - Basque form of Latin Dionysius, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Derren - Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning "from Araines."
Daedalus - Latin form of Greek Daidalos, meaning "cunning worker."
Dwyn - Short form of Welsh Dwynwyn, from Welsh dwyn "to steal" and (g)wyn "fair, holy, white."
Dionysodoros - Greek name composed of the name of the god Dionysos, and the word doron "gift," hence "gift of Dionysos."
Delphine - French form of Latin Delphina, meaning "woman from Delphi." Because of its association with the "delphinium," this name is sometimes given as a flower name.
Delphinia - Feminine form of Greek Delphinios, meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is the surname of Artemis. 
Dhelweard - Middle English name derived from Anglo-Saxon Ædhelweard, meaning "noble guard."
Dearbhorghil - Variant spelling of Scottish Dearbhfhorghaill, meaning "true testimony."
Dorte - Short form of Scandinavian Dorotea, meaning "gift of God."
Delphinios - Greek name meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is a title belonging to Apollo.
Dezsö - Hungarian form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing."
Djordje - Serbian form of English George, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Deas-mhumhan - Irish Gaelic byname meaning "man from south Munster."
Dorthy - Variant spelling of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Dilys - Welsh name derived from the word dilys, meaning "genuine, steadfast, true."
Dolphin - Used as a personal name in Israel, derived from the name of the intelligent sea-dwelling animal.
Deusdedit - Variant spelling of Roman Latin Deodatus, meaning "given to God." 
Daamodarah - Variant spelling of Hindi Damodara, meaning "waist-cord."
Diynah - Hebrew name meaning "judgment." In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Jacob.
Davið - Old Norse form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dáiríne - Feminine form of Irish Dáire, meaning "fertile, fruitful." 
Dory - Pet form of English Dora, meaning "gift."
Derryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning "from Airelle."
Dáibhádh - Irish Gaelic form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dàibhidh - Scottish Gaelic form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Daimhín - Old Gaelic byname meaning "little fawn, little stag."
Dyta - Short form of Polish Edyta, meaning "rich battle."
Dagr - Old Norse name derived from the word dagr, meaning "day."
Danita - Pet form of Hebrew Dana, "judge."
Demyan - Russian form of Greek Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Degania - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Duong - Vietnamese name meaning "virile."
Danail - Bulgarian form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Davide - Italian form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dulce - Spanish name meaning "candy" and "sweet."
Dubravka - Feminine form of Croatian Dubravko, meaning "oak grove."
Dazbog - Variant spelling of Slavic Dazhdbog, meaning "give-me god," probably in the sense of a giving god.
Debdan - Variant spelling of Hindi Devdan, meaning "god-gift."
Dmytro - Ukrainian form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Denzil - Variant spelling of Cornish Denzel, possibly meaning "sunny fort."
Dewydd - Welsh form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved." 
Dimona - Hebrew name meaning "south."
Deganiya - Variant form of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Dzaghig - Armenian unisex name meaning"flower."
Dorofey - Russian form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God."
Donall - Variant spelling of English Donal, meaning "world ruler."
Donaidh - Pet form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall, meaning "world ruler." Equivalent to English Donnie.
Dmitrii - Variant spelling of Russian Dmitriy, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dimitrios - Variant spelling of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Domitius - Roman family name derived from the Latin word domitus, meaning "tamed."
Dziadzan - Armenian name meaning "rainbow."
Dunyasha - Pet form of Russian Avdotya, meaning "good-seeming."
Donatien - French form of Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
Dùbhghlas - Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements dùbh "black, dark" and glas "stream," hence "black stream."
Dănuţ - Romanian form of Hebrew Daniy, meaning "judge."
Desideria - Feminine form Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning "longing."
Delaney - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Dubhshláine "descendant of Dubhshláine," hence "black challenger."
Dorota - Polish form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning "gift of God." Compare with feminine Dorota.
Delwyn - Welsh unisex name composed of the elements del "pretty" and (g)wyn "fair, holy, white," hence "pretty and fair."
Demeter - Hungarian form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter." 
Dowr - Hebrew unisex name meaning "generation" or "period of time." In the bible, this is the name of a coastal city in Manasseh, south of Carmel.
Drew - Short form of English Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."
Dubaku - African Akan unisex name meaning "eleventh born child."
Derby - Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning "deer farm."
Dione -   Feminine form of French Dion, a name derived from Latin Dio ("Zeus" or "god"), a short form of longer names of Greek origin beginning with Dio-. 
Derryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning "from Airelle."
Derya - Turkish unisex form of Persian Darya, meaning "ocean."
Dùghall - Scottish form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning "black stranger."
Duha - Arabic unisex name meaning "morning."
Desiderio - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing." 
Dobrosława - Feminine form of Polish Dobrosław, meaning "good glory."
Devan - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Deven - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Duša - Unisex pet form of Czech Dušan and Dušana, meaning "soul, spirit."
Devon - English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Duygu - Turkish unisex name meaning "emotion."
Dagmar - Old Norse name composed of the elements dagr "day" and mær "girl, maid," hence "day-maid."
Dagny - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Dagný, meaning "new day."
Dagrun - Norwegian form of Old Norse Dagrún, meaning "day-rune."
Dzaghig - Armenian unisex name meaning"flower."
Dacey - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Déiseach (originally a name for a member of the Déise), "a tenant, a vassal," a word tracing back to Indo-European *dem-s, meaning "house."
Diamond - English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning "diamond" for girls and "bright protector" for boys. This is the birthstone for the month of April.
Dægberht - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements dæg "day" and berht "bright," hence "day-bright" or "bright day."
Dægmund - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements dæg "day" and mund "guardian, protector," hence "day guardian."
Didi - Pet form of German Dieter, meaning "warrior of the people." Compare with feminine Didi.
Dora -   Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning "gift of God."
Dan dan - Chinese name meaning "cinnabar (red)."
Dale - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning "dale, valley."
Dallas - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Scottish place name Dalfhas, composed of the Gaelic elements dail "meadow" and fhas "stance," hence "meadow stance," i.e. a meadow used by cattle droves as an overnight dwelling.
Damián - Spanish form of Latin Damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dima - Pet form of Russian Dmitri, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Damiano - Italian form of Latin Damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Dáni - Short form of Hungarian Dániel, meaning "God is my judge."
Dàniel - Scottish Gaelic form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Daniël - Dutch form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Diomêdês - Greek name composed of the elements Dios "god, Zeus" and medomai "to think," hence "cunning as Zeus." In mythology, this is the name of the second-best warrior of all Achaeans who fought in the Trojan war (Ajax was first-best).
Daniēl - Greek form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge." In the bible, this is the name of the hero of the Book of Daniel, who was cast into a den of lions but saved by God.
Daniel -   Anglicized form of Greek Daniēl (Hebrew Daniyel), meaning "God is my judge." In the bible, this is the name of the hero of the Book of Daniel, who was cast into a den of lions but saved by God.
Danni - Variant spelling of English Danny, meaning "God is my judge." Compare with feminine Danni.
Dao - Chinese name meaning "great waves." Also spelled Tao.
Darcie - Variant spelling of English unisex Darcy, meaning "from Arcy."
Darcy - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning "from Arcy."
Debora - Italian form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee."
Darian - English unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Darien - Variant spelling of English unisex Darian, meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy."
Darnell - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements derne "hidden, secret" and halh "nook," hence "hidden/secret nook."
Dobromił - Polish form of Czech Dobromil, meaning "kind and gracious."
Darryl - Unisex form of English Darrell, meaning "from Airelle."
Dobrosław - Polish name composed of the Slavic elements dobro "kind, good" and slav "glory," hence "good glory."
Dar`yavesh - Hebrew form of Persian Dârayavahush (Latin Darius), meaning "possesses a lot, wealthy." In the bible, this is the name of several characters including Darius the Mede, son of Ahasuerus, king of the Chaldeans.
Daryl - Unisex form of English Darrell, meaning "from Airelle."
Domeka - Basque form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dávid - Hungarian, Slovak and Slovenian form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved."
Dominique - French unisex form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Dayo - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "joy arrives."
Don - Short form of English Donald, meaning "world ruler."
Dónal - Earlier form of Irish Gaelic Domnall, meaning "world ruler."
Donat - Catalan and Polish form of Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
Dede - African Luo unisex name meaning "grasshopper; locust."
Dee - English unisex short form of longer names beginning with the letter "D." In some cases, it may be of Scottish origin, associated with the River Dee, possibly meaning "dark water." Compare with strictly feminine Dee.
Dor - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Dowr, meaning "generation" or "period of time." In the bible, this is the name of a coastal city in Manasseh, south of Carmel.

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