Names starting with Dr


Drina - Short form of Italian/Spanish Adriana, meaning "from Hadria." In use by the Romani.
Draven - English name possibly derived from the Old English word drǽfend, meaning "hunter." 
Drea - Short form of English Andrea, meaning "man; warrior."
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." 
Drahomíra - Feminine form of Czech Drahomír, meaning "precious peace."
Drahomír - Czech form of Slavic Dragomir, meaning "precious peace."
Dragoş - Romanian pet form of Slavic Dragomir, meaning "precious peace." 
Dries - Short form of Dutch Andries, meaning "man; warrior."
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.
Drita - Albanian name meaning "light."
Dryhus -  Aramaic form of Roman Latin Darius, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."
Drugi - Pet form of Polish Andrzej, meaning "man; warrior."
Draga - Feminine form of Slavic Drago, meaning "precious." 
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."
Drusus - Roman family name, possibly from Old Celtic *dru-, meaning "oak; strong." 
Driskoll - Variant spelling of English Driscoll, meaning "go-between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer." 
Drusilla - Feminine diminutive form of Roman Latin Drusus, possibly meaning "oak; strong." 
Drummond - Scottish habitational surname transferred to forename use, derived from Gaelic druim, meaning "ridge."
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." 
Dritan - Albanian name meaning "light." 
Drew - Feminine adopted use of masculine English Drew, meaning "man; warrior."
Drahoslava - Feminine form of Czech Drahoslav, meaning "precious glory."
Driton - Variant spelling of Albanian Dritan, meaning "light."
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. 
Drustanus - Latin form of Welsh Drystan, probably meaning "riot, tumult."
Drahoslav - Czech form of Slavic Dragoslav, meaning "precious glory."
Dreda - Short form of Middle English Eldreda, meaning "old advisor."
Dracul -  Romanian name meaning "devil" or "dragon."
Drew - Short form of English Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."

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