D

Name

Meaning

Pronunciation

Derivations

Origin

Dabi Beloved. A
form of David.
Dabee, Dabey, Dabie, Daby Basque, Hebrew
Dabir Tutor Dabar, Daber, Dabor, Dabyr Arabic
Dace Of nobility. Dacee, Dacey, Daci, Dacie, Dacio,
Dacy, Daic, Daice, Dayc, Dayce
English,
French
Dacey Southerner Dacee, Daci, Dacie, Dacy, Daice,
Daicee, Daicey, Daici, Daicie, Daicy, Dayce, Daycee, Dacycey, Dayci,
Daycie, Daycy
Irish, Gaelic
Dada Curly-haired. Dadah, Dadi Yoruba
Daegan Black-haired. Daegen, Daegin, Daegon, Daegyn, Dagan,
Daigan, daigen, Daigin, Daigin, Daigyn, Daygan, Daygen, Daygin, Daygon, Daygyn
Irish, Gaelic
Daegel From Daegel in
England.
Daigel, Daygel English,
Geographical
Dafydd Beloved. A
form of David.
Dafid, Dafidd,
Dafyd
Welsh, Hebrew
Dag Day or brightness. Old Norse
Dagan Little fish, The
earth.
Dagen, Dagin,
Dagon, Dagyn
Eastern
Semitic
Dagda Good spirit. Dagdah Irish, Gaelic
Dago Day Darg
(Icelandic), Tag, Tajo
Spanish
Dagwood From the
bright one’s forest, Daggerwood
Old English
Dahy Swift moving. Daiy Irish
Dai Large; Beloved. Dae, Daie,
Daye
Japanese; Hebrew
Dai Duong King Vietnamese
Dainton From the town in the valley. Denton English
Dakarai Happy Dakara Shona
Dakota Friend Dakotah Native
American
Daksh Efficient Dakshi Hindi
Dal From the
valley; A short form of Dalibor, fighting far away.
Dail, Daile,
Dale, Dayl, Dayle
Scandinavian; Czech
Dalal Broker Sanskrit
Dalaney Challenger
Dalbert Pride Dalbirt, Dalburt, Dalbyrt, Delbert,
Delbirt, Delburt, Delbyrt
Old English
Dale From the
valley
Adale, Dael, Dail, Dal, Daley, Dalton Old English
Dalek A form of Dalibor, fighting far away. Czech
Dalibor Fighting far away. Czech
Dallan Unseeing. Daelan, Daelen, Daelin, Dailan,
Dailen, Dailin, Dalan, Dalain, Dallen, Dallin, Dallyn, Dalyn
Irish
Dallas From the waterfall field or the
ravine field; Wise. Geographical – city in Texas.
Dalishia, Dalishya, Dalisia, Dalissia,
Dalissiah, Dallys, Dalyss, Dalyssa, Dalysse, Dalyce, Dalys, Dalyss,
Dalyssa, Dalysse, Dalaz, Dallaz
Scottish; Irish
Dallen Unseeing Daelan, Daelen, Daelin, Dailan,
Dailen, Dailin, Dalan, Dalain, Dallen, Dallin, Dallyn, Dalyn
Irish
Dalman From the
place of plenty.
Dallman, Dallmen, Dallmin, Dallmon,
Dallmyn, Dalmen, Dalmin, Dalmon, Dalmyn
Australian
Aboriginal
Dalphin Dolphin Dalpphine, Dalphyn, Dalphyne, Dolphin,
Dolphine, Dolphyn, Dolphyne
French
Dalston From Dale’s
town. From the valley town.
Dalis,
Dallas, Dallen, Dallin, Dallon, Dallston, Dallyn
English
Dalton The
town near the valley
Daly Counselor Irish, Gaelic
Dalziel From the
small field.
Dalzil, Dalzyel, Dalzyl Scottish
Damario Gentle Damaryo, Demario, Demaryo Spanish
Damek Of the red
earth. A form of Adam.
Adamek, Damik,
Damyk
Slavic,
Hebrew
Damian Taming, Tamer Damien
(French), Damiano (Italian), Damiao (Portuguese), Damion, Damionos,
Damyan, Damyen, Damyin, Damyon, Damyyn
Greek
Damon Constant, One
who tames; Spirit
Daemian, Daemien, Daemiin, Daemion,
Daemiyn, Daimian, Daimien, Daimiin, Daimion, Daimiyn, Damas, Damian (German), Damiano (Italian), Damien (French),
Damion, Damiyn, Daymian, Daymien, Daymiin, Daymion, Daymiyn
Greek; Latin
Dan God
is my judge
Dann, Daniel,
Dane, Danil, Danny
Hebrew
Dana Fire; Bright
day. From Denmark
Daha, Dahanah, Danah, Danne Irish; Old
English
Danby From the Dane’s settlement. Old Norse
Dancel God is my
judge.
Dansel, Dansil, Dansyl Dutch
Dandin Holy Dandan, Danden, Dandon, Dandyn Hindi
Dandre Strong, Brave, Courageous. A form of
Andre and Andrew.
D’Andre, Dandrae, Dandras, Dandray,
Dandrea
French, Greek
Dane God
is my judge; From Denmark.
Dan,
Daniel, Danil, Danny, Danniel
Hebrew; Danish
Danforth God is my judge. English, Hebrew
Daniel God
is my judge.
Dancel, Dancil, Dane, Daneel (Dutch),
Danelo, Danielle (French), Daniil (Russian), Danil, Danila (Slavic),
Danilo, Danjels (Lettish), Dannal, Dannel (Swiss), Dannil, Dannol,
Danyel, Danyell, Danyil, Danyill, Danyl, Danyll
Hebrew
Danil God
is my judge.
Dan,
Dane, Daniel, Danny
Hebrew
Danior Born with teeth. Danyor Gypsy
Danladi Born on a Sunday. Danladee, Danladey, Danladie, Danlady Hausa
Dannon Gathering in the meadow. Daenan, Daenen, Dainon, Danaan, Danen,
Dannan, Dannen, Dannin, Danno (Japanese), Dannon, Dannyn, Danon, Danyn
English, American
Danny God
is my judge. A short form for names starting with “Dan”.
Danee, Daney, Dani, Danie, Dannee,
Danney, Danni, Dannie, Danno, Dano, Dany
Hebrew, English
Dante Lasting,
Enduring. A form of Durante.
Dantae, Dantee, Danton Italian,
Spanish
Danton Lasting. A form of Dante. dan-TONE,
dan-TAHN
D’Anton English
Danyon God is my judge. Danion Old English, Hebrew
Dar Pearl Darr Hebrew
Dara Star Darah Cambodian
Darby Free
man, Freedom; From the deer estate.
Darbe, Darbee, Darbey, Darbi, Darbie,
Derbe, Derbee, Derbey, Derbi, Derbie, Derby
Irish; Scandinavian
Darcy Dark-haired; Fortress. Darce, Darcee, Darcey, Darci, Darcie,
D’Arcy, D’arcy, Darsey, Darsi, Darsie, Darsy
Irish; French
Dard Son
of Zeus
Greek
Dareh Wealthy Dare Persian
Darel Blue sky. Daral, Daril, Darol, Darral, Darrel,
Darril, Darrol, Darryl, Daryl
Australian Aboriginal
Daren Born at night. Daran, Darin, Daron, Daryn Nigerian
Darence Great. A form of Darren, gift; Rocky
hill.
Darance, Darrance, Darrence Irish; English
Darian A form of
Darius, King, Wealthy.
Darien, Darin,
Darion, Darius, Darrian, Darrien, Darrion
Persian
Darile Rosella parrot. Darel, Darele, Daryl, Daryle Australian Aboriginal
Darin Gift Darian, Darien, Dario (Spanish),
Darion (Spanish), Darrian, Darrin, Darryn, Daryn, Daryo (Spanish),
Dayrin, Dayrinn, Dearin, Dharin, Dharyn
Greek
Dario A form of Darius, King, Wealthy, Affluent. DAH-ree-oh Italian, Spanish
Darius Ruler; Wealthy one. Dairus, Darieus, Dario, Darrios, Darioush, Darrias, Darrious, Darris, Darrius,
Darrus, Darus, Daryos, Daryus, Derius, Derieus, Derio, Derrious,
Derris, Derrius, Derryus, Deryus
Persian; Greek
Darko A gift. Croatian,
Slavic
Darkon Dark one. Darkan,
Darken, Darkin, Darkun, Darkyn
Old English
Darnell Hidden Darnel, Darnele, Darnelle English
Darren Gift Daran, Daren,
Darian, Darien, Darin, Darion, Daron (Irish), Darran, Darrian, Darrick
(German), Darrien, Darrin, Darryn, Darun, Daryn, Darran, Darrin,
Darrion (Irish), Darron Darrun, Darryn, Deran, Deren, Derin, Deron,
Derun, Derran, Derrian, Derrin, Derron, Derryn, Derryn, Deryn
Irish, Gaelic,
Australian, New Zealand
Darrie Red-haired
one.
Dari, Darie, Darry, Dary Irish
Darius He possesses, rich, kingly,
investigates, governs.
DARE-ee-us Dareyavesh, Darias, Dariess, Dario,
Darious, Darrius, Derrius, Derry
Persian, Greek
Darryl Little
darling frm the oak-tree grove. A form of Darren, gift
dah-RIL Dahril, Daral, Darall, Daralle, Darel,
Darele, Darell, Darelle, Darrell, Darrelle, Daril, Darile, Darill, Darille, Daral, Darrel, Darril, Darryl, Daryl,
Daryle, Deril, Darol, Derol, Derril, Derryl, Deryl, Deryle, Deryll, Derylle
French
Darshan God Darshen, Darshin, Darshon, Darshyn Hindi
Darton From the deer
town.
Dartal, Dartan, Dartei, Dartrel,
Darten, Dartin, Dartyn
English
Darvell From the town of eagles. Darvel, Darvele, Darvelle, Darvil,
Darvile, Darvill, Darville, Darvyl, Darvyle
English, French
Darvin Beloved, Dearest, Famous sea friend. Darvan, Darven, Darvon, Darvyn French, Old English
Darwin Beloved, dearest friend. Darwen, Darwyn, Derwen, Derwin,
Derwyn
Old English
Dasan Bird-clan leader, Chief. Dasen, Dasin, Dason, Dasyn Pomo
Daudi Loved one. Dawud Swahili
David Beloved Dabit, Daeved, Daevid, Daevyd, Daibiah (Scottish), Daived, Daivid, Daivyd, Dako,
Datsch, Dauld (Swahili), Daveon, Davidas, Davidd, Davidde (Italian),
Davide (French), Davidos, Davidos, Davidus, Daviel, Daviot, Davood
(Arabic), Davyd, Davydd, Davyde, Davydas (Lithuanian), Davydos,
Davydus, Davyn, Dawed (Polish), Dawfydd, Dawudd (Arabic), Deinion (Old
Welsh), Deved, Devid, Devidd, Devidde, Devyd, Devydd, Devydde, Devod,
Devodd, Toveli, Taffi, Taffie, Taffy, Tafi, Tafie, Tafy
Hebrew
Davin Bright. Happy
person from Finland.
Davan, Daven, Davon, Davyn Scandinavian
Davis Son of David.
Son of the beloved.
Davidson,
Davies, Davison, Davys, Davyson, Dawsan, Dawsen, Dawsin, Dawson,
Dayson, Dayton
English
Davit Beloved. A form of David. Armenian
Davorin Of the war
God Davor.
Davoran, Davoren, Davoron, Davoryn Slavic
Dawa Born on a
Monday.
Tibetan
Dawit Beloved. A
form of David
Dawyt Hebrew
Dawon A form of John, God is gracious. Dawan, Dewan, Dewon American
Dawson David’s son.
Son of the beloved.
Dawsan, Dawsen, Dawsin, Dawsyn English
Dax Water. French,
English
Dayan Judge; Day’s
end.
Daean, Daian Hebrew; Old
English
Dayjon A modern form
of John, God is gracious.
Daegon, Daejohn, Daejon, Daejohn,
Dayjon, Dayjoon,   Dijon
American
Daylon The day is long; Light, hope. DAY-len Daelon,
Dailon, Daylen, Dallin, Delon
African
American
Dayne From Denmark. Daen, Daene, Dain, Daine, Dane, Dain,
Daine, Dayn
Scandinavian
Dayton From the
sunny town.
Daeton,
Daiton
English
Dayvon Loving Daivon, DeVon American
De Virtuous Chinese
Deacon Dusty,
hard-working servant.
Deakin, Deicon, Dekel, Dekle, Deycon Greek,
English
Dean One who lives
in the valley.
Deam, Deame,
Deane, Deen, Deene, Deme, Dene, Dino (Italian, Spanish), Dyn, Dyne
Old English
Deandre Strong, Brave, Courageous one from the
valley;  Divine. The
combination of Dean / Andre.
Deenandre, Deiandre, Dayandre French, Greek; Latin
Deangelo Angel, Messenger of God. Dangelo, Danglo, Deangelo, Diangelo,
Diangello
Italian, Greek
Dearborn Born near the stream wit the deer. Dearborne, Dearbourn, Dearbourne,
Deerborn, Deeborne, Deerbourn, Deerbourne
English
Decarlos Strong, Courageous. A form of
Charles.
Dacarlo, Dacarlos, Decarlo, Dicarlo Spanish, English
Decha Strength Dech, Dechah Thai
Decimus Tenth-born child. Latin
Declan Praying Daclan, Diclan,
Dyclan, Deklyn
Irish
Dedrick The people’s ruler Deadric, Deadrick, Dederic, Dederick,
Dedryk, Diedrick, Diedrik, Dietrich, Detric, Detrick, Detrik
German
Deemer Judge Deamer, Deimer, Deymer Old English
Deems The judge’s child. Deam, Deama English
Defrain Mountains Australian Aboriginal
Dejuan God is gracious. A form of John. Dejan, Dejon, Dejun, Dewan, Dewaun,
Dewon, Dijaun, Dwon
Spanish, Hebrew
Dekel Palm tree. Dekal, Dekil, Dekyl Hebrew, Arabic
Del Of the (used
as a prefix to other names), From the wood hollow.
Dell French
Delaney Of the
elder-tree grove.
Delan, Delain, Delainey, Delaini,
Delanie, Delano (French), Delany
French, Irish
Delano Of the night;
Alder grove.
Old French;
Latin
Delbert Noble,
Bright.
Dalbert, Dalbirt, Dalburt, Dalbyrt,
Delbirt, Delburt, Delbyrt
English
Delfino Dolphin Delfin, Delfine, Delfyn, Delfyne,
Delfyno, Delphin, Delphine, Delphino, Delphyn, Delphyne, Delphyne
Latin
Deli Virtuous Deshi Chinese
Dell Of the small
valley, Wood hollow.
Del English
Delling Very shiny one. Old Norse
Dellinger From the
day-time spring.
Scandinavian
Delmar Of the sea. DEL-mar Delmer Latin, Old
French
Delmon Of the
mountain.
Dalman, Dalmen, Dalmin, Dalmon,
Dalmyn, Delman, Delmen, Delmin, Demond, Delmyn
English,
French
Delroy Of the king. Dalroi, Dalroy, Delroi French
Delsin Truthful Delsan, Delsen, Delson, Delsyn Native
American
Delton Of the valley
town.
Daltan, Dalten, Daltin, Dalton,
Daltyn, Deltan, Delten, Deltin, Deltown,
Deltyn
English
Delvin Godly friend. Dalvin, Dalvyn, Delvyn English
Delwyn Proud friend; Bright friend. Delevan, Delwin Old English; Old English
Dema Calmness Demah Russian
Deman The man. Demann Dutch
Demarco Of Mark. Warrior, Warlike, Of Mars. African American
Demas Popular one. Greek
Dembe Peace Damba Luganda
Demetrios Covering of
earth, Of Demeter, goddes of fertility. The masculine form of Demetria.
Demetre
(French), Demetri, Demetrio (Italian), Demetrius, Demetryus, Demitris,
Dimiter, Dimitrij, Dimitrije, Dimitry, Dmitar, Dmitri (Russian),
Dymetree, Dymetrey, Dymetri, Dymytrie, Dymetrias, Dymetrius, Dymetriys,
Dymetryas, Dymetryus, 
Greek
Demos The people. Demas,
Demosthenes, Demous
Greek
Demostenes Strength of the people. Greek
Demothi Talks while
walking.
Demoth Native
American
Dempsey Proud Dempsi, Dempsie, Dempsy Irish
Dempster Judge Dempstar Old English
Denby By the
valley.
Danbi, Danbie,
Danby, Denbey, Denbi, Denbie
Old English
Denell God is my
judge. A masculine form of Danielle.
Denel African
American, Hebrew
Denham From the
valley homestead.
Old English
Denis Follower of
Dionysos (God of wine and vegetation), Celebration.
Danas, Dannis,
Dannys, Denas, Denes, Denet, Dennas, Dennet, Dennett, Dennis, Dennison, Denny,
Dennys, Dienes, Dion, Dionigi (Italian), Dionigio (Italian), Dionigo,
Dionis (Spanish), Dionisio (Italian / Spanish), Dionissy (Russian),
Dionizas (Lithuanian), Dionizy (Polish), Dionysio (Portuguese),
Dionysios, Dionysus (German), Divis (Bohemian), Dynas, Dynnys, Dynyss,
Tafi, Tafie, Taffi, Taffie, Taffy, Tafy, Teenis, Tenis, Trents, Zdenek
Greek
Deniz The sea. Turkish
Denley From the
meadow in the valley.
Denlea, Denleah, Denlee, Denli,
Denlie, Denly
English
Denman From the
valley.
Denmen Old English
Dennison Son of Denis,
Son of the follower of Dionysus, the god of wine and vegetation,
celebration.
Denison, Dennyson, Denyson English
Denton From the valley estate or town. Old English
Deny Son of Denis,
Son of the follower of Dionysus, the god of wine and vegetation,
celebration.
Deni, Denie, Denni, Dennie, Deny Greek
Denver From the
valley village, Dweller at the valley edge.
Denvor Old English
Denzel High, From
the stronghold in the valley.
Denzal, Denzall, Denzalle, Denzell,
Denzelle, Denzil, Denzill, Denzille, Denzyl, Denzyll, Denzylle
Cornish
Denzo Discretion Denzio,
Denzyo
Japanese
Deon Follower of
Dionysos (God of wine and vegetation), Celebration. A short form of
Dennis.
Dion Greek
Dequan Fragrant,
sweet smelling.
Dequanah Comanche
Derain Mountain Australian Aboriginal
Dermot Freedom; Free
of envy
Dermott, Dermont, Diarmid, Diarmit Irish
Derek Gifted ruler
of the people.
Darac, Dareck, Darek, Daric, Darick,
Darric, Darrick, Darryc, Darryck, Darryk, Derec, Dereck, Deric, Derick,
Derik, Derrec, Derreck, Derrek, Derric,
Derrick, Derrik, Deryc, Deryck, Deryk, Derryc, Derryck, Derrryk,
Diederich (German), Dirc, Dirck, Dirk, Dyrc, Dyrck, Dyrk, Dyrrc,
Dyrrck, Dyryc, Dyryck, Dyryk
Teutonic
Dermot Freedom Dermott, Dermont, Diarmid, Diarmit Irish
Deron Bird Daaron, Daron, Darone, Darron, Dayron,
Dereon, Deronn, Deronne, Derrin, Derrion, Derron, Derronn, Derronne,
Derryn, Deryn, Diron, Duron, Durron, Dyron
Hebrew
Deror Freedom
lover.
Derori, Derorie, Derory Hebrew
DeRoy Joining of
Dennis with Royston
Deroy, Deroyce, Deroi
Derrilin Falling
stars.
Derilin, Derylin, Derylyn Australian
Aboriginal
Derry Red-haired Deri, Derie, Derri, Derrie, Dery Irish
Derryn Little bird. Alderin, Alderyn, Derran, Derren,
Derrin, Derron, Derrun, Deryn
Welsh
Derward Keeper of the
deer.
Derwood, Dorward, Dirwood, Durward,
Durwood, Dyrward, Dyrwood
English
Derwin Dear friend. Dervin, Dervon, Dervyn, Dervyne,
Derwyn, Derwyne, Durwin, Durwyn, Durwyne
Welsh
Derwood From the deer
wood.
Derward, Durward, Durwood English
Deshawn God is
gracious. A form of Shaun.
Dasean, Dashaun, Dashwn, Desean,
Deshaun, Deshaune, Deshauwn, Deshawan, D’Sean, D’Shaun, D’Shawn,
Dusean, Dushaun, Dushawn, Dysean, Dyshaun, Dyshawn, Dyshon, Dysone,
Dyshyn, Dyshyne
Hebrew,
African American
Desi Yearning Dezi Latin
Desideratus Longed-for boy. Latin
Desiderio Desired Desideryo Spanish
Desmond From South
Munster.
Desmund, Dezmond, Dezmund Irish, Gaelic
Destin Fate. The
masculine form of Destiny.
Destan, Desten, Destine, Deston,
Destun, Destyn
French
Deutsch From Germany. Deutch German
Deven For God. Deaven, Deiven, Diven, Dyven Hindi
Deverell From the riverbank. Old Welsh
Devin Poet;
Perfection; From Devonshire, People of the deep valley.
Deavin, Deavyn, Devyn Irish; Latin,
Old English
Devlin Fierce Irish
Devon Poet;
Perfection; From Devonshire, People of the deep valley.
Deavan, Deaven, Deavon, Devan, Deven, Devon, Devun Irish; Latin,
Old English
Devonte duh-VAWN-tay Davonte, Devante, Devonta, Devontae American
Devine Divine; Ox. Devyn, Devyne Latin; Irish
Devlin Fierce,
Brave.
Devlan, Devland, Devlen, Devlend,
Devlind, Devlyn, Devlynd
Irish
Dewei Highly
virtuous.
Dewey Chinese
Dewey Morning dew. Dewi, Dewie,
Dewy, Duey, Duie
English
Dewitt Blond-haired. De Witt, Dewit, Dewyt,
Dewytt, Dwight
Flemish
Dexter Dexterous,
Skilful, Right-handed.
Dexta, Dextar, Dextor, Dextur Latin
Dhatri Creator Sanskrit
Diamond Diamond,
Precious.
Dymond Greek,
English
Dian Candle Dyan Indonesian
Dickon Hard-ruler. A short form of Richard. Diccon Old English
Didier Desired. The
masculine form of Desiree.
Didyer French
Diego Replacer. A
form of James.
Iago, Diaz,
Jago
Spanish,
Hebrew
Diesel A
petroleum-based fuel.
Australian
Dieter The people’s
army.
Deyter,
Diehardt (Teutonic), Deirhard, Dihard, Dihardt, Dyehard, Dyehardt,
Dyhard, Dyhardt
German
Dietman Man of the
people.
Dyetman Teutonic
Dietrich Wealthy Detric, Detrick, Didhrikr, Didric,
Didrick, Didschis, Diedric, Diedrich,
Diedrik (Dutch), Dierk
Teutonic
Digby From the farm
by the ditch.
Digbe, Digbee, Digbey, Digbi, Digbie Old Norse
Diggory Almost lost;
Digger.
Digori, Diggorie, Digorri, Digorie, Digory Cornish, Old
English
Dilgon Like the
moon.
Dylgon Australian
Aboriginal
Dillon Like a lion;
Faithful.
Dilan, Dilen, Dillan, Dillen, Dilon,
Dillyn, Dilyn, Dylan, Dylen, Dyllan, Dylelen, Dyllin, Dyllon, Dyllyn, Dylyn
French; Irish
Dilshaan Dil means heart and Shaan means joy. Pujabi
Dilwyn From the
place with the shady trees.
Dillwin,
Dillwyn, Dilwin, Dilwyn
Welsh
Dima Famous
prince, Form of Vladimir.
Dimah, Dimka, Dimkah, Dyma, Dymah Russian
Dimiter Covering of
earth, of Demeter, goddess of fertility.
Demetra, Demetri, Demitri, Dhimitrios,
Dimitra, Dimetri, Dimetric, Dimetrie, Dimetrios, Dimetrius, Dimetrus,
Dimitr,
Dimitri, Dimitricus, Dimitrij
(Russian), Dimitrije (illyrian), Dimitris, Dimitrios, Dimitrius,
Dimitry, Dymiter, Dymitri, Dymitr, Dymitry, Dymyter
Greek
Dimuthu The shining pearl Sinhala
Dinh Peace Din, Dyn,
Dynh
Vietnamese
Dinko Born on
Sunday.
Dincko, Dyncko, Dynko Slavic
Dino From the
valley. A form of Dean.
Diandre,
Dinos (Greek), Dionte, Diondre, Dondre, Dyno, Dynos, Dynot
Italian,
Spanish
Dinsmore From the
fortress hill.
Dinmoar, Dinmoor, Dinmoore, Dinmor, Dinmore,
Dinsmoor, Dinsmoore, Dynmoar, Dynmoor, Dynmoore, Dynmor, Dynmore
Irish
Diomedes Belonging to
Media.
Dyomedes Greek
Dion God of wine
and celebration. A short form of Dionysus.
Deon, Dio, Dione, Dionigi, Dionis,
Dionn, Dionne, Dionta, Diontae, Dionte, Diontai, Diontray, Dyon, Dyone
Greek
Dionysus God of wine
and celebration.
Dion, Dionesios, Dionicio, Dionisios,
Dionusios, Dionysios, Dionysius, Dyonisios, Dyonisus, Dyomysus, Dunixi
Greek
Dirk Wealthy. The
German form of Theodore. A form of Derek, gifted ruler of the people.
Derc, Derck, Derk, Dirc, Dirck, Dirke,
Dyrc, Dyrk
German
Dix Blessed DIxx German
Dixon Son of the
rich, powerful ruler. A form of Richard.
Dixan, Dixen, Dixin, Dixyn, Dyxan,
Dyxen, Dyxin, Dyxon, Dyxyn
English
Doane Poem; From
down the hill; Graceful deer.
Doan Irish; Old
English; English, Hebrew
Dobromil Good grace. Czech
Dobromir Famous  Czech
Dobroslav Good glory. Czech
Dobry Good one. Dobri, Dobrie Polish
Dohasan Cliff Kiowa
Doherty Harm Docherty, Dougherty, Douherty Irish
Dolan Dark, Bold. Dollan Irish
Dolph Noble, Fierce wolf. Dolf, Dolff, Dolffe, Dolfe, Dolphe,
Dolphus (Teutonic), Tulph, Dulphe
German
Dom Of the Lord. A short form of Domenic. Domm Latin
Domenic Of the Lord Domenick, Domenik, Dominic, Dominick, Dominik, Domingo, Dominique (French),
Domokos (Hungarian), Domenyc, Domenyck, Domenyk
Latin
Domingo Born on a Sunday. Spanish
Don Little ruler. A short form of names
beginning with “Don”.
Donn Celtic, English, American,
Australian, New Zealand
Donahue Brown-haired warrior. Donahu, Donahugh, Donehue, Donohoe,
Donohu, Donohue, Donohugh
Gaelic
Donald Ruler of the world. Domnal, Domnall, Donal (Irish),
Donalds, Donel, Doneld, Donil, Donild, Donyl, Donld
Celtic
Donatien Gift Donathan, Donathon, Donato (Italian), Donatyen French
Donato Gift from
God.
Doneto Spanish,
Italian
Donatus God-given Latin
Donegal Fort of
foreigners.
Donigal,
Donygal
Irish
Donkor Humble Donko Akan
Donnell Brave,
dark-haired one.
Doneal, Donel, Donell, Donelle,
Donelly, Doniel, Donielle, Donnel, Donnelle, Donniel, Donnyl, Donyl
Irish
Donny Proud ruler.
The short form of names starting with ‘Don’.
Donee, Doney,
Doni, Donie, Donnee, Donney, Donni, Donnie, Dony
Irish,
Scottish
Donovan Dair-haired
warrior.
Donavan, Donaven, Donavin, Donavyn,
Donevan, Donevin, Donevon, Donyvon
Celtic
Dooley Dark hero. Doolea, Dooleah, Dooleigh, Dooli,
Doolie, Dooly
Irish
Doongara Lightning Doongarah, Doongarra, Doongarrah Australian Aboriginal
Dor Generation Hebrew
Dorak Lively Dorek, Dorik,
Doryk
Australian
Aboriginal
Doran Stranger;
Gift.
Doren, Dorin, Doron, Dorran, Dorren,
Dorrin, Dorron, Dorryn, Doryn
Irish;  Greek
Dorcas From the forest. Hebrew
Dore Stream Dor Celtic
Dorjee Thunderbold Tibetan
Dorian From the sea, From Doria. Doran, Dorien, Dorran, Dorrance,
Dorren, Dorrin, Dorryn, Doryn
Greek
Dorrell The keeper of
the king’s door.
Dorrel, Dorrelle, Durel, Durell, Durelle Scottish
Dory Golden Doree, Dorey, Dori, Dorie French
Dotan Law Dothan French
Doug Dark stranger
from the dark-blue stream. A short form of Douglas.
Douge, Dougee, Dougey, Dougi, Dougie,
Dougy, Dug, Dugee, Dugey, Dugi, Dugie, Dugy
Gaelic, Irish
Dougal Dark stranger
from the dark-blue stream. A short form of Douglas.
Doogal, Doogall, Dougall, Dougie, Douglass,
Dugald, Duglass
Gaelic, Irish
Douglas Dark stranger
from the dark-blue stream.
Douglass,
Duglass
Gaelic, Irish
Dov Bear; Dove,
Bird of peace. The Hebrew form of David, beloved.
Dove, Dovi, Dovid, Dovidas, Dowld Hebrew;
English
Dover Water,
Speaker.
Dova, Dovah,
Dove, Dovor
Hebrew
Dow Black-haired. Irish, Gaelic
Doyle Dark
stranger.
Doial, Doiale, Doiall, Doil, Doile, Dotal, Dotel, Doyal
Doyel, Doyele, Doyell,
Doyelle
Irish
Dragan Dear Dragen, Dragin, Dragon, Dragyn Slavic
Dragoslav Dear glory. Slavic
Drake Dragon. Male
Duck.
Draek, Drago
(Italian), Draik, Draike, Drayk, Drayke
Old English
Draper Fabric or
curtain maker.
Draeper, Draiper, Drayper English
Dravon He who comes
from the river Avon ??
Draven, Dravin, Dravyn, Dravonn English
Dreng Brave friend. Norwegian
Drew Strong,
Brave, Courageous one. The short form of Andrew.
Drewe, Dru,
Drue
Gaelic
Driscoll One who
interprets.
Driscol, Driscole, Dryscol, Dryscoll, Dryscolle Irish
Drogo To carry. Old German
Drover Sheep or
cattle herder.
Drova, Drovah,
Drove, Dorvir, Drovor, Drovyr
Australian
Druce Wise man’s son. Welsh
Drummond From the
mountain of the Druids.
Drummund, Drumond, Drumund Scottish
Drury Beloved. Druree, Drurey, Druri, Druruie English,
French
Dryden From the dry
valley.
Driada, Driden, Dridin, Dridyn,
Drydan, Drydin, Drydon, Drydyn
English
Duane Dark one, Swarthy Dewain, Dewan, Dewane, DeWayne,
Dewayne, Duane, Dwain, Dwaine, Dwayn, Dwayne (Gaelic)
Irish, Gaelic
Duarte Prosperous
guardian. The Portuguese form of Edward. Wealthy guardian.
Duart Portuguese
Dubham Black Dubhem, Dubhim, Dubhom, Dybhym Celtic
Dubric Black ruler. Dubrick, Dubrik, Dubryc, Dybryck, Dbryk Old English
Duc Moral Duoc, Duy Vietnamese
Dudley From the
meadow.
Dudlea, Dudleah, Dudlee, Dudleigh,
Dudli, Dudlie, Dudly
Old English
Dudon Given from
God.
Dudan, Duden, Dudin, Dudun, Dudyn Italian
Duer Hero Scottish
Duff Black-haired. Duf Gaelic
Dugan Dark-haired; Swarthy. Doogan, Doogen, Dougan, Dougen,
Douggan, Douggen, Dugen
Gaelic; Irish
Duke Leader; A
sort form of Marmaduke, follower of Saint Maedoc.
Duk Latin; Irish,
Gaelic
Dukker Teller of
fortunes.
Duker Gypsy
Dulani Cutter Dulanee, Dulaney, Dulanie, Dulany Ngoni
Duman Mist Dumen, Dumin, Dumon, Dymyn Turkish
Dumin Lord Czech
Dumont Of the
mountains.
Duemont French
Duncan Brown-haired
warrior.
Doncan,
Dunkan
Old English
Dunham From the
brown homestead.
Dunhem Old English
Dunley From the
brown, hilly meadow.
Dunlea, Dunleah, Dunlee, Dunleigh,
Dunli, Dunlie, Dunly
Old English
Dunlop From the
brown, mud hill.
Dunlope Old English
Dunmore From the brown
moor fort.
Dumoar, Dunmoor, Dunmoore, Dunmor Old English
Dunn Brown-haired. Dun, Dunne Scottish
Dunstan From the
brown hill stone.
Dunsten, Dunstin, Dunston, Dunstyn Old English
Dunton From the
brown hill town.
Duntan, Dunten, Duntin, Duntyn English
Dural Hollow from
where smoke is rising.
Durel, Duril,
Duryl
Australian
Aboriginal
Durant Enduring Dant, Dant,
Duran, Durance, Durand, Durante, Durontae, Durrant
Latin
Durbin City dweller. Durban, Durben, Derbon, Derbun, Durbyn Latin, Gaelic
Dureau Strength Durea French
Durko Farmer Czech
Durrebar Black cockatoo. Australian Aboriginal
Durril Gooseberry Duril, Durryl, Durryll, Duryl Gypsy
Durward Keeper of the
door.
Derward,
Durwood
Old English
Durwin Beloved friend. Old English
Dusa A form of Dusan, spirited. Czech
Dusan Spirited Dusen, Dusin,
Duson, Dusyn
Czech
Dusanek A form of Dusan, spirited. Czech
Dustin Warrior Dustan, Dusten, Duston, Dustyn Teutonic, Old
English
Dusty Covered in
dust. The short form of Dustin. Warrior
Dustee, Dustey, Dusti, Dustie English
Dutch The German. German
Duval Of the
valley.
Duvall, Duveuil, Duvyl French
Duysek A form of Dusan, spirited. Czech
Dwade Dark-haired
traveller.
Dwaid, Dwaide, Dwayd, Dwayde English
Dwayne Dark one. Duane, Dewain, Dewan, Dewane, DeWayne, Dewayne, Dwain, Dwaine, Dwayn, DWayne (Gaelic) Irish
Dwight White;
Valiant.
Dwhite, Dwite,
Dwyte
Gaelic;
Scandinavian
Dyami Eagle soaring Dyani Native
American
Dyer Dyer of
fabric
Dier English
Dylan From the sea Dilan, Dilen, Dilin, Dillan, Dillen,
Dillin, Dillon, Dillyn, Dilyn, Dylane, Dylen, Dylin, Dyllan, Dylon,
Dylyn, Dylon
Celtic
Dymock Pig sty. Dimock Old Welsh
Dyre Dear Dire Danish
Dzik Wild man. Polish