Debbie - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Désiré - French name meaning "desired." 
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."
Deganiya - Variant form of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Demetra - Variant spelling of Latin Demetria, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Dema - Variant spelling of Arabic Dima, meaning "downpour."
Desi - Short form of Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning "longing." This name was borne by the Cuban actor Desi Arnaz, husband of Lucille Ball. 
Desmond - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deas-Mhumhan, meaning "man from south Munster." 
Deodatus - Short form of Roman Latin Adeodatus, meaning "given to God." 
Derek - English name derived from Dutch Diederik, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Denise - Feminine form French Denis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
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. 
Derick - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Destiny - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin destinare, "to establish, make firm," hence "fate, fortune."
Dewayne - Elaborated form of English Dwayne, meaning "little black one."
Delight - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin delectare, meaning "to allure, delight." 
Deus - Latin form of Greek Zeus, meaning "god."
Devorah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee." 
Deryn - Welsh name, probably from the word aderyn, meaning"bird." 
Devraj - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and raja "king," hence "god-king."
Deemer - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English demere, meaning "judge."
Deniz - Turkish unisex name meaning "sea."
Delwyn - Welsh unisex name composed of the elements del "pretty" and (g)wyn "fair, holy, white," hence "pretty and fair."
Dearbhla - Irish Gaelic name meaning "true poet."
Deepali - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipali, meaning "row of lamps."
Destinee - Variant spelling of English Destiny, meaning "fate, fortune."
Dede - African Luo unisex name meaning "grasshopper, locust."
Delilah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Deliylah, meaning "delicate, weak." In the bible, this is the name of the mistress of Samson.
Devnet - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait, meaning "little fawn."
Devika - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements devi "goddess" and ka "little," hence "little goddess."
Demetria - Feminine form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Demetrio -  Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Desidério - Portuguese form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing." 
Deonte - Modern English creation, possibly a blend of Deon "god, Zeus" and Dante "steadfast."
Deandre - English elaborated form of French André, meaning "man, warrior." 
Deiniol - Welsh form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge." 
Demon - Ancient Greek name derived from the word demos, meaning "the people."
Dei - From the Celtic word meaning "to shine."
Dezi - English variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Desi, meaning "longing."
Deloris - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Denny - Pet form of English Dennis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deven - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Dennis - English form of Latin Dionysius, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Demi - English short form of Latin Demetria, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter." 
Deziree - English variant spelling of French Désirée, meaning "desired."
Deepti - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipti, meaning "light."
Deshaun - Variant spelling of English Deshawn, meaning "God is gracious."
Debbi - Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning "bee."
Dedrich - Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Deimos - Greek name meaning "fear, terror." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Ares and Aphrodite.
Deena - Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Deniece - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deidra - Variant spelling Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Deepak - Variant spelling of Hindi Dipak, meaning "little lamp."
Deni - Pet form of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Del - Pet form of English Adela, meaning "noble." Also used as a short form of other longer names beginning with Del-.
Delyth - Welsh name derived from the element del, meaning "pretty."
Derren - Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning "from Araines."
Deunoro - Basque name meaning "all saints."
Den - English short form of longer names beginning with Den-.
Deas-mhumhan - Irish Gaelic byname meaning "man from south Munster."
Denzil - Variant spelling of Cornish Denzel, possibly meaning "sunny fort."
Debby - Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning "bee."
Desirae - English form of French Désirée, meaning "desired."
Demelza - Cornish name derived from a place name in St. Columb Major, meaning "fort on a hill."
Dearbhfhorghaill - Variant spelling of Scottish Diorbhorguil, meaning "true testimony."
Despoena - Latin form of Greek Despoine, meaning "mistress."
Dean -  English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Latin word decanus, meaning "dean; ecclesiastical supervisor."
Deming -   Alternate spelling of the English surname Deeming, meaning "act of judging."
Degania - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Denis -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning "brown warrior."
Dezirinda - Esperanto name meaning "desirable."
Detta - Short form of Italian names ending with -detta.
Delayah - Hebrew name meaning "God has drawn." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Zerubbabel.
Devon - English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Desiderius - Latin name derived from the word desiderium, meaning "longing."
Despina - English variant spelling of Latin Despoena, meaning "mistress."
Deline - Short form of French Adeline, meaning "noble." 
Derby - Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning "deer farm."
Delma - Short form of English Fidelma, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Dene - Variant spelling of English Dean, meaning "dean, ecclesiastical supervisor."
Derya - Turkish unisex form of Persian Darya, meaning "ocean."
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."
Derryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning "from Airelle."
Dedrick - Dutch form of Old High German Dedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Dena -   Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Demonthin - Native American Ponca name meaning "talks as he walks."
Demetrios - Greek name derived from the name of the goddess Demeter ("earth mother"), meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
Delfina - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Delphina, meaning "woman from Delphi." 
Dekel - Hebrew name meaning "date/palm tree."
Decimus - Roman name meaning "tenth."
Delta - English name derived from the "fourth" letter of the Greek alphabet.
Delaney - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Dubhshláine "descendant of Dubhshláine," hence "black challenger."
Dervila - Variant spelling of English Dervla, meaning "true poet."
Delshad - Persian name meaning "happy heart."
Deidre - Variant spelling Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Deitra - Variant spelling of Celtic Deidre, possibly meaning "young girl."
Deacon - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Greek word diakonos, meaning "servant."
Deryck - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Decebal - Romanian form of Roman Latin Decebalus, meaning "strong as ten."
Declan - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deaglán, meaning "fully good."
Delphina - Latin name meaning "woman from Delphi," a city in Greece whose nameprobably means "dolphin." 
Deja - English name derived from the French phrase deja vu "already seen," hence "already."
Decebalus - Roman name of a Dacian king, composed of the Latin elements dece "ten" and balus "strong," hence "strong as ten."
Delinda - English name derived from German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent." 
Dewey - English form of Welsh Dewi, meaning "beloved."
Dejan - Serbian name derived from the Slavic element deja, meaning "to take action."
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.
Dea - From the Latin word for "goddess."
Denisa - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Delila - Variant spelling of English Delilah, meaning "delicate, weak."
Derrick - Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Deb - Short form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
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.
Delicia - English feminine form of Latin Delicius, meaning "delight." 
Delice - Variant spelling of English Delicia, meaning "delight."
Denice - English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Denver - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements Dene "Dane" and fær "passage, crossing," hence "Dane crossing."
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.
Devi - Hindi name derived from Sanskrit devi meaning "goddess."
Decima - Latin name meaning "tenth." In Roman mythology, the Decima are equated with the Greek Moirae.
Dewi - Contracted form of Welsh Dewydd, meaning "beloved." 
Deana - Feminine form of English Dean, meaning "dean, head, leader."
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."
Defrim - Albanian name meaning "entertainment."
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."
Devan - Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Denton - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements denu "valley" and tun "enclosure, settlement," hence "valley settlement."
Degana - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Dewydd - Welsh form of Hebrew David, meaning "beloved." 
Debra - Contracted form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Delia - Greek name meaning "of Delos." In mythology, this is a name borne by Artemis, referring to her place of birth.
Débora - Portuguese and Spanish form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee."
Desidéria - Feminine form of Portuguese Desidério, meaning "longing."
Deonne - English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning "god, Zeus."
Delaya -  Variant spelling of Hebrew Delayah, meaning "God has drawn."
Demeter - Greek myth name of a goddess of agriculture, derived from Doric Da-mater, meaning "earth mother." Compare with masculine Demeter.
Deganya - Hebrew name meaning "grain."
Delmar - English name possibly derived from Spanish del mar, meaning "of the sea." Once popular among African Americans.
Della - Feminine form of English Dell, meaning "lives in a dell/hollow."
Despoina - Variant spelling of Greek Despoine, meaning "mistress."
Debs - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Dellma - Variant spelling of English Delma, possibly meaning "hospitable."
Derry - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dáire, meaning "fertile, fruitful."
Delicius - From the Latin word delicius, meaning"delight." 
Dessislava - Variant spelling of Bulgarian Desislava, possibly meaning "divided glory."
Deucalion - Greek name possibly meaning "new wine sailor." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Prometheus, and a son of Minos.
Dermot -  Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid, meaning "without envy."
Deniel - Breton form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning "God is my judge."
Delora - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Demosthenes - Greek name composed of the elements demou "of the people" and sthenos "strength, vigor," hence "strength of the people."
Demokritos - Greek name composed of the elements demou "of the people" and krites "judge," hence "judge of the people."
Delphinius - Latin form of Greek Delphinios, meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is a title belonging to Apollo.
Delphinios - Greek name meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is a title belonging to Apollo.
Delphinia - Feminine form of Greek Delphinios, meaning "of Delphi" or "of the Dolphins." In mythology, this is the surname of Artemis. 
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.
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." 
Deliylah - Hebrew name derived from the root dal, meaning "delicate, weak." In the bible, this is the name of the mistress of Samson.
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."
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.
Deye - Variant spelling of English Daye, meaning "day."
Dell - English surname transferred to forename use, originally a byname for someone who "lives in a dell/hollow." 
Dearbhorghil - Variant spelling of Scottish Dearbhfhorghaill, meaning "true testimony."
Desdemona - Literary namederived from the Greek word dysdaimon, meaning "ill-starred." 
Deusdedit - Variant spelling of Roman Latin Deodatus, meaning "given to God." 
Desislava - Feminine form of Bulgarian Desislav, possibly meaning "divided glory."
Demetrius - Latin form of Greek Demetrios, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of Demeter."
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.
Devorgilla - Variant spelling of Scottish Diorbhail, meaning "true testimony."
Despoine - Greek name meaning "mistress." In mythology, this is the name of a daughter of Poseidon and Demeter.
Dederick - Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
Debi - Pet form of English Deborah, meaning "bee."
Deshawn - Elaborated form of English Shawn, meaning "God is gracious."
Deroc - Old Breton form of Latin Ferox, meaning "the arrogant one" or "the obstinate one."
Deforrest - Variant spelling of English Deforest, meaning "from the forest."
Deforest - English name derived from a Norman French surname, meaning "from the forest."
Deganiah - Variant spelling of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Deganit - Variant form of Hebrew Deganya, meaning "grain."
Deon - English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning "god, Zeus."
Delores - English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning "sorrows."
Delbert - Probably a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æðelbert, meaning "bright nobility."
Deifilia - Spanish name meaning"daughter of God."
Devdan - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and dana "gift," hence "god-gift."
Devora - Variant spelling of Hebrew Devorah, meaning "bee."
Derwin - Probably a variant spelling of English Darwin, meaning "dear friend."
Dermid - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Diarmad, meaning "without envy."
Denzel - Cornish surname transferred to forename use, possibly composed of the elements din "fort" and sul "sun," hence "sunny fort." 
Demyan - Russian form of Greek Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
Delroy - English name possibly derived from the Old French phrase del roy, meaning "son or servant of the king."
Delaia - Variant spelling of English Delaiah, meaning "God has drawn."
Deanna -   Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning "dean, head, leader."
Desya - Pet form of Russian Modest, meaning "moderate, sober."
Derog - Welsh form of Latin Ferox, meaning "the arrogant one" or "the obstinate one."
Denys - Variant spelling of English Dennis, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deneb - From the name of a star in the constellation Cygnus, from Arabic dhanab, meaning "tail."
Debdan - Variant spelling of Hindi Devdan, meaning "god-gift."
Dervla - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dearbhla, meaning "truepoet."
Devdas - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements deva "god" and dasa "servant," hence "god-servant."
Delayahu - Variant form of Hebrew Delayah, meaning "God has drawn."
Dejana - Feminine form of Serbian Dejan, meaning "to take action."
Delun - Chinese name meaning "virtuous order."
Deasún - Contracted form of Irish Gaelic Deas-Mhumhan, meaning "man from south Munster."
Dénes - Hungarian form of Greek Dionysios, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
Deòrsa - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Désirée - Feminine form of French Désiré, meaning "desired." 
Dearbháil - Irish name composed of the Gaelic elements der "daughter" and fáil "destiny," hence "daughter of destiny."
Deaglán - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements deagh "good" and lán "full," hence "fully good."
Degaré - From the medieval romance Sir Degaré, probably from the French word égaré, meaning "strayed, lost." 
Dezsö - Hungarian form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing."
Deòiridh - Scottish Gaelic name meaning "pilgrim."
Déodat - French form of Roman Latin Deodatus, meaning "given to God."
Deoradhán - Old Gaelic name composed of the elements deòradh "exile, outlaw, pilgrim," and a diminutive suffix, hence "little exile" or "little pilgrim."
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."
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." 
Derby - Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning "deer farm."
Derryl - Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning "from Airelle."
Derya - Turkish unisex form of Persian Darya, meaning "ocean."
Desiderio - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing." 
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." 
Devon - English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name, meaning "worshiper of the god Dumnonos." 
Debora - Italian form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning "bee."
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.

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