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DaceySoutherner Of the Nobility From the South From Dacia House Glowing Irish name meaning: coming from the south Coming.
DaciaMaiden Seething Pool Greek name, meaning: the Dacia from the stem end.
DädalusLatinized form of Greek origin, meaning: the skilful. Known from Greek mythology as the inventor and aviation pioneer.
DafinaFollower of Christ Anointed Variant of Christian Christian African name, meaning: treasure, wealth.
DafneVictory of the People Young Boy Abbreviation of Nicholas People's Victory Young Creature Victor People's Victory Cub Pup Dove Oak Meadow Greek name, rarer variant of Daphne (meaning: Laurel). "Dafne" by Jacopo Peri is the first opera, first performed in 1598 in music history.

DagmarJoy of the Danes Day's Glory Glorious Day Maid Great Day Danish origin, meaning: famous day. In Germany emerged late 19th century and continues to be popular. Namesake: Dagmar Berghoff, German newscaster.
DagnyFord Near the Cliff Name of a Place Near a Slope skandivanischer name, meaning: new day.
DagobertCeltic-Germanic origin, meaning: the very famous. Known by the Merovingian kings as well as Scrooge McDuck, a cartoon character of Walt Disney.
DagomarCeltic-Germanic origin, meaning composition of "good" and "famous".
DaheyIrish name meaning: the movable, Nifty.
DahyIrish name meaning: the movable, Nifty.
DahliaFlower Name Valley International common name, meaning similar to the names of flowers Dahlia.
DahomaAfrican name, meaning: the Durable.
DaiMossy Place Son of the Marsh-dwellers Rock Coastal Rocks Son of Carr Marsh Area Surname Japanese name meaning: the Great a boy name.
DaisyEye of the Day Flower Name Day's Eye English name, meaning: daisies, flowers Name an English pet form of Margaret or Margarete (meaning: Pearl).
DajanaTurkish origin, meaning: the Resisting Arabic origin, meaning: nurse Germanized form of Diana.
DakilArabic name, meaning: the entrants.
DalajaProduced from Petals Indian name, meaning: honey.
DalalFollower of Christ Anointed Variant of Christian Christian Indian name, meaning: Dealer a girl's name.
DalandNordic name, meaning similar to the same sailor in Richard Wagner's opera "The Flying Dutchman" (1843).
DaleyValley Lives in the Valley Assembly Gathering English name of Celtic origin, meaning: in the valley of the survivors a girl's name. In English-speaking common. Namesakes: Daley Thompson, British track and field athlete.
DaliaA Branch To Draw Water Flower Name Bough Hebrew origin, meaning, God has done great things. Namesake: Dalia Grybauskaite, Lithuania's EU Commissioner.
DaliahTree Branch Hebrew origin, meaning, God has done great things. Namesake: Dalia Grybauskaite, Lithuania's EU Commissioner.
DalilaDweller Near the Town Crossing At the Cross Gentle Delicate Gentleness is her Soul Lovelorn Seductive In addition to the form of Delilah (meaning: the tendon also: night). Widely known through the opera "Samson and Dalila" by Camille Saint-Saëns.
DamarisHeifer Gentle Calf Greek name, meaning: wife. Known by Damaris which was converted by the Apostle Paul to the Athenians Areshügel.
DamianaMistress Lady Lordly Proud Greek origin, feminine form of Damian (the Conqueror).
DaminiMistress Lady Lordly Proud Lightning Indian name, meaning: lightning.
DamlaTo Tame Subdues Spirit Subdue Variant of Damon One who Tames Arabic name, meaning: drop.
DammoFrisian short form of Dankmar (meaning composition, "Thanks" and "famous").
DanaGod is My Judge Judge Arbiter Learned Wise Old English From Denmark A Dane Mother of the Gods in Myths Nordic name, meaning: Danish Eastern European short form of names with "Dan" (meaning: Dane God has directed) or the ending "dana" (meaning: give) a boy name. Namesake: Dana Vávrová, Czech-German actress and director.
DanaeA Branch To Draw Water Flower Name Bough Control of the Senses Self-control River Ocean One who Suppresses Greek name. In Germany rarely used. Known in Greek mythology as a lover of Zeus.
DanaëGreek name. In Germany rarely used. Known in Greek mythology as a lover of Zeus.
DanailaSlavic Nebenform of Daniela (meaning: God is my judge).
DaniaGod is My Judge Judge Slavic short form of names with "Dan" (meaning: Dane God has directed) or ending with "dana" (meaning: give).
DanicaHeroine Renowned Battle Famous Warrior Southeast European name, meaning: Morgenstern.
DanielaGod is My Judge Form of Daniel Jacob's Son Judge Hebrew origin, meaning: God is my judge.
DanilaGod is My Judge Form of Daniel Jacob's Son Judge God is the Judge Southeast European name, feminine form of Danilo or Daniel (meaning: God is my judge).
DanjaFrom Denmark Slavic short form of names with "Dan" (meaning: Dane God has directed) or ending with "dana" (meaning: give).
DankaCroatian, Serbian name, feminine form of Danko (The Gift) Old High German origin, short form of names with "Thanks" (meaning: Thanks, thought).
DankmarOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Thanks" and "famous".
DankoShort form of names with "Thanks" (meaning: thanks) Serbo-Croat name, meaning: The Gift.
DankradOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Thanks" and "counselor".
DankratOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Thanks" and "counselor".
DankwardOld High German name, meaning composition, "Thanks" and "guardian". Namesakes: Dankwart, brother Hagen in the Nibelungenlied.
DanladiAfrican name, meaning: the Sunday babies.

DaphneLaurel Tree Greek name, meaning: Laurel. In Germany, emerged only in the 20th century. Known as nymph in Greek mythology as well as an opera by Richard Strauss.
DaraEye of the Day Day's Eye Lord Wealthy Possessing Goodness Also a Character in Shahnameh Charitable Son Oak Southeast European side form of Daria (meaning: the Mighty).
DariaMistress Lady Lordly Proud Wealthy Rich Nugget of Wisdom Maintain Well Possess Good Possesses a Lot Female Version of Dariu / Darius Latin origin, feminine form of or Dario Darius (meaning: the Mighty One) Variant of Darya. Namesake: St. Daria, Catholic martyr..
DarinaGod is My Judge Feminine Variant of Daniel Eastern European origin, Nebenform of Daria or Darya (meaning: the Mighty).
DarinkaHeroine Renowned Battle Famous Warrior Maiden Slavic variant of Darya (meaning: the Mighty).
DarleenDarling From the Old English English name, meaning presumably inspired by the English word "Darling" (favorite). In Germany rather rare.
DarleneDear Little Darling Beloved Tenderly Beloved English name, meaning presumably inspired by the English word "Darling" (favorite). In Germany rather rare.
DarpanaInducing Pride A Mirror Indian name, meaning: mirror.
DavidaBeloved Feminine of David Friend Darling Hebrew origin, feminine form of David (meaning: Beloved). In Germany rarely awarded.
DavinaBeloved Feminine Form of David Loved One Little Deer Favourite Darling Friend God English form of Davida (Meaning: Beloved) Variant of Davin (small deer).
DavineBeloved The Loved Form of David English form of Davida (Meaning: Beloved) Variant of Davin (small deer).
DaviniaBeloved Feminine Form of David English form of Davida (Meaning: Beloved).
DawaAfrican name, meaning: from the middle.
DawinaFriesian form of Davina or Davine.
DawineFriesian form of Davina or Davine.
DawnDaybreak Awakening Dawn Sun Arising English name, meaning: dawn. Occurring in Germany since the late 20th century. Namesake: Dawn Fraser, Australian swimmer.
DayaBeloved Feminine Form of David Good Kindness Mercy Pity Indian name, meaning: the friendly, gracious.
DayanaVariant of Dajana (meaning: the Resisting also: nurse).
DayitaLoved One Beloved Indian name, meaning: Beloved.
DayoBright Beautiful African name, meaning: joy comes.
DeannaDivine Valley Variant of Diana English name, feminine form (meaning: elder, Dean) In addition to the form of Diana.
DeanaHollow Valley Variant of Diana Divine English name, feminine form (meaning: elder, Dean) In addition to the form of Diana.
DebaBeloved The Loved Form of David Hebrew origin, short form of Debora (meaning: bee).
DebaldLow German form of Dietbald (meaning composition of "folk" and "bold").
DebbieA Bee Form of Deborah English short and diminutive of Debora (meaning: bee).
DebbyBright Beautiful English short and diminutive of Debora (meaning: bee).
DeboraA Bee Hebrew origin, spread internationally, meaning: Bee. From the Bible Deborah is known as a prophet and judge who sang a song in praise of God named after her after a victorious battle. Namesake: Deborah Kerr, British actress.
DeborahBee To Speak Kind Words Hebrew Queen Bee Hebrew origin, spread internationally, meaning: Bee. From the Bible Deborah is known as a prophet and judge who sang a song in praise of God named after her after a victorious battle. Namesake: Deborah Kerr, British actress.
DebraForm of Deborah A Bee English short form of Debora (meaning: bee). Namesake: Debra Winger, American actress.
Dechtire[Dək'tıra], Irish name meaning: the Tenth. In Germany hardly found.
DedaBright Beautiful Frisian short form of names with "Diet" (meaning: people).
DeddaFrisian short form of names with "Diet" (meaning: people).
DedeGoddess Valley African name, meaning: the first-born.
DedoShort form of Detlef (meaning: heritage of the people) Frisian short form of names with "Diet" (meaning: people).
DeirdreSorrowful Beautiful Woman Ancient King Young Girl ['Dirdrə], Irish name meaning similar to an early medieval Irish legendary figure. In Ireland back into fashion. Namesake: Deirdre Madden, Northern Irish writer.
DelaHollow Valley Church Official Short and diminutive of Adele.
DeleShort and diminutive of Adele.
DelfinaFord Near the Cliff Name of a Place Near a Slope Greek origin, rarer variant of Delphina or dolphins (meaning: dolphin).
DelfineGreek origin, rarer variant of Delphina or dolphins (meaning: dolphin).
DelfonsIn addition to the form of Alfons (meaning: the embattled).
DeliaOf Delos Visible Heart People-bold Delightful Faithful Greek origin, meaning: that of the island of Delos Coming. Epithet of those born on Delos goddess Artemis.
DelianeIn addition to the form of Delia (meaning: the light coming from the island of Delos).
DelilaFamous Bright Shining Clear Diminutive of Clarence Hebrew origin, secondary form of Dalila (meaning: the tendon also: night). Known by the biblical story of Samson and Delilah.
DelilahLame Preserving Disabled Limping Hebrew origin, secondary form of Dalila (meaning: the tendon also: night). Known by the biblical story of Samson and Delilah.
DellaNoble Of Nobility Small Winged One Heart Delight Variant of Dela, a short form of Adele.

DeloraSorrows English form of Dolores (meaning: the Sorrows).
DelphinaSorrows Greek name, meaning: dolphin. In France, familiar, rarely awarded in Germany. Namesake: Delphine Seyrig, French actress.
DelphineA Thirteenth-century French Saint Flower Place Name Dolphin From Delphi Greek name, meaning: dolphin. In France, familiar, rarely awarded in Germany. Namesake: Delphine Seyrig, French actress.
DemetriaSorrows Greek origin, feminine form of Demetrius (meaning similar to the fertility goddess Demeter).
DemiHalf Short and diminutive of Demetria (meaning similar to the fertility goddess Demeter). Namesake: Demi Moore, American actress.
DeneFrom the Valley Place Name Valley Occupational Name Church Official Combination of Deana and Dina African name, meaning: water lily.
DénesHungarian form of Dionysius (meaning: of the god Dionysus devotees).
Denhartnewer form of Degenhard (meaning: strong warrior).
DeniceFrom the Valley Place Name Valley Occupational Name Church Official Combination of Deana and Dina English form of Denise.
DeniseGod of Wine Feminine of Dennis Follower of Dionysius To Advise Alone Nun Solitary French name, feminine form of Dennis, a development of Dionysius (meaning: of the god Dionysus devotees). Namesake: Denise Biellmann, Swiss figure skater.
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