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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 D'anton French Variant of Anthony. M
2 D'arcy French Dark. From Arcy. Variant of Darcy. M

3 Daa'im Muslim Continual. Listing.. M
4 Daa'ood Muslim Variant of Daud: The Biblical David is the English language equivalent. A Prophet's name.. M
5 Daanaa Muslim Variant of Dana: Wise. Intelligent.. M
6 Daaneesh Muslim Variant of Danish: Knowledge. Wisdom.. M
7 Daanish Muslim Variant of Danish: Knowledge. Wisdom.. M
8 Dabareh Biblical The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. M
9 Dabbasheth Biblical Flowing with honey. M
10 Daberath Biblical The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. M
11 Dabi Hebrew Dearly loved. M
12 Dabir African Teacher. M
13 Dabir Arabic Teacher. M

14 Dace English Of the nobility. M
15 Dace French Of the nobility. M
16 Dace Gaelic Diminutive of Dacey: From the south. M
17 Dacey English Of the nobility. M
18 Dacey French Of the nobility. M
19 Dacey Gaelic Southerner. M
20 Dacia Gaelic Variant of Dacey: From the south. M
21 Dacian English Of the nobility. M
22 Dacian French Of the nobility. M
23 Dacian Gaelic Variant of Dacey: From the south. M
24 Dacian Latin From Dacia (in Rome). M
25 Dacio Spanish From Dacia. M
26 Dack English Reference to the French town Dax. M
27 Dacso Hungarian God judges. M
28 Dacy Gaelic Southerner. M
29 Dada African Nigerian name meaning 'curly-haired child'. M
30 Dadgayadoh NativeAmerican Seneca name meaning gambling men. M
31 Daedalus Greek Killed his nephew. M
32 Daeg Gaelic Black-haired. M
33 Daeg Irish Black-haired. M
34 Daeg Scandinavian Variant of Dag: Day. M
35 Daegal Anglo-Saxon Dweller by the dark stream. M
36 Daegal Scandinavian Dawn. M
37 Daegan Gaelic Black-haired. M
38 Daegan Irish Black-haired. M
39 Dael English Lives in the valley. M
40 Daelan English Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers. M
41 Daemon Greek Guardian spirit. M
42 Dafydd Welsh A Welsh form of the Hebrew name David, meaning beloved or friend. M
43 Dag Norse Day. M
44 Dag Scandinavian Day. M
45 Dagan Hebrew Earth; grain. Little fish. M
46 Dagen Gaelic Black-haired. M
47 Dagen Irish Black-haired. M
48 Dagen Scandinavian Variant of Dag: Day. M
49 Dagfinnr Scandinavian Bright Finn. M
50 Dagny Scandinavian Variant of Dag: Day. M
51 Dagoberto German Glorious day. M
52 Dagon Biblical Corn, a fish. M
53 Dagon Hebrew Variant of Dagan: Earth; grain. Little fish. M
54 Dagonet ArthurianLegend Arthur's fool. M
55 Daguenet ArthurianLegend Arthur's fool. M
56 Dagwood English Bright wood; from the bright one's forest. M
57 Dahy Irish Capable; quick and agile. M
58 Dai Japanese Large; generation. M
59 Dai Welsh Shines. A Welsh diminutive of David, meaning beloved or friend.. M
60 Daibheid Irish Dearly loved. M
61 Daibhid Irish Variant of Daibhidh: Beloved. M
62 Daibhidh Gaelic Beloved. M
63 Daibhidh Irish Beloved. M
64 Daileass Scottish From the waterfall. M
65 Dailey Irish Variant of Daly: Gather together. M
66 Daimen Greek Variant of Damon: Gentle. To tame. A variant of Damian. In Greek legend Damon was a loyal friend of Pythias. Famous bearer in modern times: American author Damon Runyon. M
67 Daimh Scottish Ox. M
68 Daimhin Gaelic Servant. M
69 Daimhin Irish Bard. M
70 Daimon Greek Variant of Damon: Gentle. To tame. A variant of Damian. In Greek legend Damon was a loyal friend of Pythias. Famous bearer in modern times: American author Damon Runyon. M
71 Dain English Variant of Dane: Brook. Also from the surname Dane, meaning 'From Denmark.'. M
72 Dain Norse A mythical dwarf or from Denmark. M
73 Dain Scandinavian From Denmark. M
74 Daine English Variant of Dane 'from Denmark.'. M
75 Daine French Surnames meaning 'from Denmark.'. M
76 Daire Irish Wealthy. M
77 Daith Irish Diminutive of Daibhidh: Beloved. M
78 Daithi Irish Beloved or quick and agile. M
79 Daithm Irish Variant of Daibhidh: Beloved. M
80 Daivat Hindi Powerful. M
81 Daivik Hindi Divine. M
82 Dak-Ho Korean Deep lake. M
83 Dakarai African Zimbabwean name meaning 'happiness'. M
84 Dakarai Egyptian Happy. M
85 Dakota NativeAmerican Friend; ally. Tribal name. M
86 Dakotah NativeAmerican Friend; ally. Tribal name. M
87 Daksh Hindi Competent. M
88 Daksha Indian Brilliant. M
89 Dal Czech Diminutive of Dalibor: Fighting far away. M
90 Dal English Diminutive of Dale: Lives in a dale/valley. M
91 Dal Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
92 Dal Scottish Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages. M
93 Dal Welsh Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth century St David (or Dewi) was patron saint of Wales. M
94 Dalaiah Biblical The poor of the Lord. M
95 Dalair Muslim Brave. Valiant. M
96 Dalal Hindi Vendor; salesman. M
97 Dalan Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
98 Dalbert English Bright one; proud. M
99 Dale English Lives in the valley. Surname. M
100 Dale Teutonic Dwells in the dale. M
101 Daleel Muslim Variant of Dalil: Conductor. Guide.. M
102 Dalek Czech Variant of Dalibor: Fighting far away. M
103 Dalen English Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers. M
104 Daley English Lives in the valley. M
105 Daley Irish Variant of Daly: Gather together. M
106 Dalfon Hebrew Raindrop. M
107 Dalibor Czech Fighting far away. M
108 Dalil Muslim Conductor. Guide.. M
109 Dall Gaelic Wise. M
110 Dallan Irish Blind. M
111 Dallas Celtic Dwells by the waterfall. M
112 Dallas Gaelic Wise. M
113 Dallas Scottish From the waterfall. M
114 Dalldav Welsh Legendary son of Cunyn Cov. M
115 Dallen Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
116 Dallin English Proud. M
117 Dallin Irish Blind. A saint's name. M
118 Dallon Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
119 Dallton English Variant of Dalton: Dale town; valley town. M
120 Dalmanutha Biblical A bucket, a branch. M
121 Dalmatia Biblical Deceitful lamps, vain brightness. M
122 Dalon Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
123 Dalphon Biblical The house of caves. M
124 Dalphon Hebrew Variant of Dalfon: Raindrop. M
125 Dalston Anglo-Saxon From Dougal's place. M
126 Dalten English Variant of Dalton: Dale town; valley town. M
127 Dalton English From the farm in the dale. M
128 Dalwin English Variant of Delvin: Friend; good friend. M
129 Dalwyn English Variant of Delvin: Friend; good friend. M
130 Daly English Variant of Dale: Lives in a dale/valley. M
131 Daly Gaelic Counselor. M
132 Daly Irish Gather together. M
133 Dalyell Scottish From the little field. M
134 Dalyn English Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers. M
135 Dalziel Scottish From the little field. M
136 Damae Greek Tame. M
137 Daman Celtic Demon. M
138 Daman Greek Variant of Damon: Gentle. To tame. A variant of Damian. In Greek legend Damon was a loyal friend of Pythias. Famous bearer in modern times: American author Damon Runyon. M
139 Daman Irish Tame. M
140 Damario Spanish Masculine form of the Greek Damaris 'gentle.'. M
141 Damascus Biblical A sack full of blood, the similitude of burning. M
142 Damaskenos Greek From Damascus. M
143 Damaskinos Greek From Damascus. M
144 Damasko Greek Variant of Damaskenos: From Damascus. M
145 Damek Czech Red earth. M
146 Damek Czechoslovakian Of the earth. M
147 Damen Greek Variant of Damon: Gentle; to tame. M
148 Dameon Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. Saint Damian was the patron saint of hairdressers. M
149 Damh Scottish Ox. M
150 Damian Greek To tame, from the Greek name Damianas. Variant of Damon 'one who tames; subdues.' The Belgian priest Father Damien gave his life helping the Hawaiian lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is patron of physicians. M
151 Damian Spanish Tame. M
152 Damiano Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. Saint Damian was the patron saint of hairdressers. M
153 Damiano Italian Variant of Damon 'one who tames; subdues.' The Belgian priest Father Damien gave his life helping the Hawaiian lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is patron of physicians. M
154 Damien French Variant of Damon 'one who tames; subdues.' The Belgian priest Father Damien gave his life helping the Hawaiian lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is patron of physicians. M
155 Damien Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. M
156 Damion Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. M
157 Damocles Greek A tyrant of Syracuse. M
158 Damodar Hindi Rope belt. M
159 Damon Greek Gentle. To tame. A variant of Damian. In Greek legend Damon was a loyal friend of Pythias. Famous bearer in modern times: American author Damon Runyon. M
160 Damon Irish Tame. M
161 Damon Latin Loyal friend. M
162 Damone Greek Variant of Damon: Gentle; to tame. M
163 Damyan Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. M
164 Damyen Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. M
165 Damyon Greek Variant of Damian: Tame. M
166 Dan Biblical Judgment; he that judges M
167 Dan Hebrew Diminutive of Daniel: God is my judge. M
168 Dan Vietnamese Positive. M
169 Dana English From Denmark. Also a form of Daniel, meaning God has judged, God is judge, or God will judge. M
170 Dana Hebrew Variant of Daniel: God has judged, or God is judge. The Old Testament prophet Daniel miraculously survived the den of lions. M
171 Dana Muslim Wise. Intelligent.. M
172 Dana Norse From Denmark. M
173 Dana Scandinavian From Denmark. M
174 Danakas Hebrew Variant of Daniel: God is my judge. M
175 Danaus Greek King and father of the Danaides in ancient Greek mythology. M
176 Danaus Latin King of Argos. M
177 Danb Norse From Denmark. M
178 Danby Scandinavian Variant of Denby: Village in Denmark. M
179 Dane Danish From Denmark. M
180 Dane English Brook. Also from the surname Dane, meaning 'From Denmark.'. M
181 Dane Hebrew God will judge. M
182 Dane Norse From Denmark. M
183 Dane Scandinavian From Denmark. M
184 Daned Welsh Legendary son of Oth. M
185 Danek Hebrew Variant of Daniel: God is my judge. M
186 Danel Basque Basque form of Daniel. M
187 Danel Hebrew God will judge. M
188 Danell Hebrew Variant of Daniel 'God is my judge.'. M
189 Danforth English Place name in Britain. M
190 Dang Vietnamese Valuable. M
191 DAngelo Italian Variant of Deangelo: From the angel. M
192 Danhy Norse From Denmark. M
193 Dani Hebrew God will judge. M
194 Daniel Biblical Judgment of God; God my judge M
195 Daniel Hebrew God is my Judge. The biblical prophet and writer of Book of Daniel was a teenager when taken to Babylon after the destruction of Jerusalem in 607 BC. He survived two death sentences: (a lions' den and a fiery furnace.); Frontiersman Daniel Boone. M
196 Daniel Irish Attractive. A translation of the Gaelic name Domhnall. M
197 Daniel Welsh Attractive. A translation of the Welsh name Deiniol. M
198 Daniele Hebrew God will judge. M
199 Daniele Italian Italian form of Daniel 'God is my judge'. M
200 Daniels Hebrew Variant of Daniel: God is my judge. M