Dar name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: English, Hebrew, Old Norse, Old French and Old English
Usage: English and Hebrew
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Dar dar
Meaning: Place Where Deer Graze, Pearl, Lord, Possessor, Diminutive of Darby, Dear and Loved
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What does Dar mean?

Used particulary in Hebrew and English rarefied, Dar means "Place Where Deer Graze, Pearl, Lord, Possessor, Diminutive of Darby, Dear or Loved". Its origin is in Hebrew, Old English, Old Norse, English and Old French is aimed at baby boys.

Dar is variation of illustrous Darcy. Notably used in English and Irish far-out, Darcy, meaning of Darcy is "The Word Arx with the Meaning Fortress and From Arcy" came from Gaelic and Old French.

Dar is variation of frequently used Darnell. Mostly used in English and English unexpected, Darnell, meaning of Darnell is "The Elements Derne Meaning Hidden Secret and From Airelle" has its origin in Old French and Old English.

Dar is variant of cherished Darby. Darby means Park with Deer and Deer Town Farmstead Where Deer Are Kept has origin in Old Norse. Dar is variant of unfading and prevalent Darwin.

Darwin means Dear Friend is used in English and Tamil came from Old English.

How do I pronounce Dar?

You can pronounce the one syllabled name Dar as dar.

Variants of Dar

Darr, Darby, Darcy, Darnell, Darwin, Darci, Deorwine

How popular is the name Dar?

Dar is an uncommon baby name in still in use in United States. But Dar is a popular baby name in Pakistan where every 1 in 6000 have the name as well as in Yemen.

At least, 80000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numbers say about Dar?

You have the ability to predict things before they happen thanks to your strong intuition. Number 1 reveals your positive attitude and originality. You respect rules but not enough to follow them blindly. You don't believe much in love. However, deep inside, you secretly wish to find someone who will prove you wrong. You appreciate freedom and like to hang around open-minded people without prejudgments about others.

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  •  Susannah - The famous and perennial unisex name Susannah is principally used in English and Finnish, Susannah means "Lily or Graceful Lily In the Apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah Courageously Defended Herself Against Wrongful Accusation. White Lilies Grew In the Biblical City of Susa In Persia" has its origin in Hebrew
  •  Lizette - Cherished and Venerable unisex name Lizette came from Hebrew, chiefly used in English and Danish languages, meaning of Lizette is "Consecrated to God, God of Plenty or God is My Oath"
  •  Elís - The famous unisex name Elís is principally used in Finnish, Icelandic and Danish. Elís is equivalent of Elis in Icelandic language
  •  Noémy came from Hebrew, meaning of Noémy is "Sweet or Graceful"
  •  Yannaël - Meaning of Yannaël is God is Merciful is originated from Hebrew, used largely in Breton

Sibling Names for Dar

Are you searching for a unique name that stands out in a crowd? Look no further than "Dar"! To help you decide on the perfect name for your little one, we've compiled a list of sibling names that complement this beautiful moniker. Check out our suggestions below!

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Famous people named Dar

  • Dar Heatherington, Canadian former politician
  • Dar Williams, American singer-songwriter specializing
  • Dar Robinson, American stunt performer and actor
  • Darnekia Dowl in The Prelude as Actress
  • Darianne Galden in Graduation Day: Part 2 as Actress
  • Darcy Flynn in The Witches as Actress
  • Darlene Choo in Wind Chill as Miscellaneous Crew
  • Dar Bernardo Darylle Francis Johnny Salvador, known by his artistic name as Dar Bernardo, is a television actor, model and Filipino singer.
  • Actor Dar Billingham, known for TV series Wasteland
  • Dar Kashmiri played minor role of N in 1946 drama flick Room No. 9.


  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
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