Dories meaning and origin
Dories is spelling variation of Doris. Doris is a variant of evergreen and biblical Dorothea. Doris is short form of Dorothea. Offbeat Doris is originated from English and Old Greek, Doris means "Gift, Woman of the Sea and Dorian Woman".
Variants of Dories
View middle names that goes with Dories like Coleen, Myriam, Nele,Names that rhyme with Dories
Popularity of Dories
Dories is an uncommon baby name in United States where it may not be used now. Also, Dories is a familiar name in South Africa, Philippines and Nigeria. At least, 1000 people globally have carried Dories as their given name according to our estimate.
Here's what numbers has to say about Dories
You've come across many backstabbers in your life, so you can recognize when you see one. If you have letter S as your capstone, you don't respect people who don't respect themselves. If the letter D is your cornerstone, you are a determinate, but down to earth and self-reliant. Explore yourself more. You have an artistic soul and see yourself as the hero in every situation. Nothing can stop them from achieving what they intended.
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- Andries - Loved Andries has its origin in Old Greek is used largely in Dutch and Danish is a baby boy name. Andries is Dutch cognate of Andreas
- Rasa - Originated from Old Greek, Unfamiliar Rasa typically bestowed upon baby girls, Rasa means "Expressive or Dew" is primarily used in Sanskrit and Arabic
Namesakes of Dories
We could not find any notable namesake.