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First Name Directory - Starting with D




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Daan
Daan is a Dutch male given name.
Dağ
Dağ (Turkish for "Mountain") is the German family name, analog a Turkish male given name and family name.
Dağdelen
Dabo is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Dabiživ
Dabiživ (Serbian: Дабижив) is an old Serbian male given name, derived from the sentence da bi bio živ ("to be alive"), documented since the Middle Ages. The female form is Dabiživa.
Dae-hyun
Dae-hyun is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "dae" and 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dae-sung
Dae-sung, also spelled Dae-seong, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "dae" and 27 hanja with the reading "sung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dae-won
Dae-won, also spelled Dai-won or Tae-won, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Dafydd
Dag
Dag is a masculine Scandinavian given name derived from the Old Norse dagr, meaning "day", most commonly used in Norway and Sweden. In Sweden, September 16 is Dag's Name Day. Dag is uncommon as a surname. People with the name Dag include:
Dagobert
Dagobert is a male given name, possibly from Old Frankish dag "day" and beraht "bright". Alternatively, the first element has been identified as Gaulish dago "good".
Dagur
Dagur is an Icelandic male given name.
Dai
Dai is a Welsh masculine given name, a diminutive form of Dafydd (David), as well as a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Daichi
Daichi is a Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Daigo
Daigo is both a masculine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Daiki
Daiki (written: 大毅, 大樹, 大貴, 大生, 大己, 大基, 大輝 or 大希) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Dainis
Dainis is a masculine Latvian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Dainius
Dainius is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Dairoku
Dairoku (written: 大麓 or 大六) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Daishin
Daishin (written: 大伸 or 大信) may refer to:
Daisuke
Daisuke (だいすけ, ダイスケ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Daizō
Daizō, Daizo or Daizou (written: 大蔵, 大造, 大三 or 太三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Daley
Dalibor
Dalibor (Cyrillic script: Далибор) is primarily a male given name of Slavic origin, but also a surname specifically in Czech Republic. The name is popular in some Western Slavic and Southern Slavic countries, such as: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia. It means: fighting far away and it's derived from Slavic elements daleko meaning "far away" and boriti meaning "to fight".
Dalius
Dalius a Lithuanian given name is derived from dalia, (literally ' fate'). The female form is Dalia.
Dallas
Dallas is a male given name, which will be awarded primarily in the English-speaking world and is known as a family name. He derives probably from old Norse dalr terms and Avis for "Valley" and "House" at English origin. A connection to the Breton is dol "Meadow" and gwas "Abode" to accept Scottish origin.
Damaskinos
Damaskinos or Damaskenos (Greek: Δαμασκηνός, "from Damascus"), is a Greek name, found both as a first name and as a surname. It can refer to:
Damian
Damian, also spelled Damien, Daymian, Daman, Damon, Daemon, Damien, Daymein, Дамиан (Damian), Damiano, Дамјан (Damjan), Damião, Дамян (Damyan), Демьян (Demyan), etc., is a given name that comes from Damianus, which is the latinisation of the Greek name Δαμιανός (Damianos), derived from the Greek word δαμάζω (damazo), "to conquer, master, overcome, tame", in the form of δαμάω/-ώ (damao), a form assumed as the 1st pers. of δαμᾷ (dama).
Damiano
Damiano is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Damián
Damián is a Spanish male given name, which is a form of the name Damian. Damian is derived from the Greek name Δαμιανος (Damianos), from the Greek word δαμαζω (damazo), meaning "to tame" or "to master". The surname may refer to:
Damião
Damião is the Portuguese version of the general European name Damian, from the Latin Damianus and, in turn, from the Greek Δαμιανος Damianos which was derived from the Greek word δαμαω damao meaning "to tame". Generally a given name, it can also be a family surname.
Damien
Damien is a male given name, the French form of the name Damian, which is very common in Ireland, and others too. Origin and meaning of the name see here.
Damion
Damion is an English masculine given name. It's a minor of the name Damian.
Damir
Damir is a common male given name in South Slavic languages, and occasionally in Central Asia and Turco-Islamic regions of Russia. It is of Slavic origin, with da meaning "give", and mir, meaning "peace". In other cases, it can also be a variation of a Turkish name "Demir", which means "metal, iron, or steel".
Damjan
Damján
Damjan is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Dana
Dane
Dane several derivations are possible for the English family name: a name of origin can be Dane, which originally referred to a person from Denmark, or he can act as a variant of Dean and then be either a professional or a name of origin.
Dani
Daniel
Dan, Danny, Dani, Daniella (English) דָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel / Dāniyyêl) (Hebrew) Danyel, Danyal(Turkish) دانيال (Danyal / Danial / Daniyal) (Urdu) ܪܐܢܝܠ (Daniyyel) (Syriac) Daniele (Italian) Daniël, Daan, Dana (Dutch) Данаил (Danail) (Bulgarian) დანიელი (Danieli) (Georgian) Δανιήλ (Daniil) (Greek) Dániel (Hungarian) Даниил (Daniil) (Russian) Данијел / Danijel (Serbian / Slovene, Croatian) Danilo / Данило (Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, Slovene, Croatian / Serbian, Ukrainian) Daniel (Portuguese, Spanish) Dănuṭ (Romanian) Tanel (Estonian) Taneli (Finnish) Դանիէլ (Taniēl) (Armenian) دانيال (Danyal/ Daniel) (Kurdish) دانيال (Dâniyal / Danial) (Persian) دانيال (Danyal) (Arabic) Deiniol (Welsh) Deniel (Breton) Danel (Basque) Đanien (Vietnamese) Dainéil, Dónall (Irish) ダニエル (Danieru) (Japanese)
Daniel
Daniel (דניאל Hebrew and Aramaic Daniyyel) is a biblical masculine given name of West Semitic origin and means "God is / was my judge". The name is widely used in many other Semitic languages, so in the Ugaritic, Assyrian, old North Arabian and old South Arabian.
Daniele
Daniele is an Italian masculine given name, the Italian variant of the name Daniel. The origin and meaning of the name see here.
Danielius
Danielius is a Lithuanian male given name derived from Daniel.
Danijel
Danijel is the Serbo-Croatian version of the masculine given name Daniel. Origin and meaning of the name see here.
Danilo
Danish
Danish (/dɑːnɪʃ/;[where's the stress?] Persian: دانش‎‎), also spelled Danesh or Daniş, is a male given name, it may refer to:
Danius
Danius is a Lithuanian masculine given name and a surname of Swedish.
Danko
Danko (Serbian: Данко) may refer to:
Dankward
Dankwart (also, Amishee) is a German name.
Dankwart
Dankwart (also, Amishee) is a German name.


Dante
Dante is an Italian given name and surname. Etymologically, it is short for an old given name, Durante, and was originally made popular by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri, whose real name was Durante.
Daoud
Daoud (Arabic & #160; nallathambi) is an Arabic male given name and family name, analog the given name David.
Dardan
Dario
Dario is a masculine given name, etymologically related to Darius.
Daris
Daris (also spelled Darris) is a male given name with berbere or Amazigh roots meaning "Rare" or "Unique". ⴷⴰⵔⵉⵙ=daris
Darius
Darius is a male given name. Etymologically it is the English transliteration of the Persian name Dariush, meaning "he possesses" or "rich and kingly". It can be pronounced as either dare-ee-us, dairy-us, or dar-ius, like dar rhyming with the letter R. The name also has another meaning: "He who holds firm to good."
Darius
Darius is a masculine given name. A late 19th and early 20th century in Germany common female form of the name was Daria.
Dariush
Dariusz
Dariusz is a masculine given name. Dariusz is the Polish form of the male given name Darius.
Darko
Darragh
Darragh \d(a)-rra-gh\ is a name of Irish origin. The name is derived from the Irish word doire, which means "oak" or "Rascal." Darragh is frequently used in Ireland as either a male or a female given name, and it also occurs as a surname. Darragh is an anglicisation of the name Dáire. The spelling varies, with variations such as Dara, Dairi etc.
Darrell
Darrell is an English masculine given name. It was originally a family name that referred to someone who came from the French place Airelle. Among other things Daryl and Darryl occur as variants of the name.
Darren
Darren is a variant of the first name Darrell a common in the English-speaking male given name of Irish origin meaning "big" or other derivative. The name was originally a family name; Darren is only since the 20th century in use as a given name.
Darroll
Darroll is a masculine given name and may refer to:
Darryl
Darryl is a predominantly masculine given name occurring in the English-speaking world variant of Darrell. Another form of the name is Daryl.
Darvydas
Darvydas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from (daryti, make), + vyd-(iš-vydo, seen).
Daud
Daud (Arabic: داوود‎‎) is a male Arabic given name and surname corresponding to David. The Persian form is Davood. Other variant spellings in the Latin alphabet include Da'ud, Daut, Daoud, Dawud, Davud, and Davut. It's Arabic for David.
Daugirdas
Daugirdas is a Lithuanian given name and surname.
Daumantas
Daumantas (Ruthenian: Dowmont or Domont; Belarusian: Daǔmont; Russian: Довмонт) is the name of two early dukes of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Because they were contemporaries, they are often confused with each other and sometimes believed to have been one person:
Dausprungas
Dausprungas (also Dovsprunk, died after 1219) was older brother of Mindaugas, the first King of Lithuania. Dausprungas is mentioned only once in the peace treaty with Galicia–Volhynia in 1219 among the 21 early dukes of Lithuania as one of the five elder dukes (other four being Zivinbudas, Daujotas, Mindaugas and Viligaila – Daujotas' brother). Since Dausprungas is the only known brother of Mindaugas, Mindaugas' nephews Edivydas and Tautvilas are presumed to be his sons. If that is true, then Dausprungas is father-in-law of Daniel of Halych and he was also married to Vykintas' sister. Because it is known that Mindaugas used to kill his relatives to gain power and because Dausprungas is not mentioned in any other sources, some imply that he was killed by Mindaugas, but others rebut since his sons still ruled their lands in 1248.
Davey
Davey [ˈdeɪvi] is an English person name.
David
David is a common masculine given name of Biblical Hebrew origin. King David is a character of central importance in the Hebrew Bible and in both Christian and Jewish religious tradition.
David
Davide
Davide is an Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Filipino given name (common) and surname (relatively rare).
Davinder
Davor
Davor is an old South Slavic given name possibly derived from the prehistoric Slavic god of war (equivalent of Mars) or from an old exclamation expressing joy or sorrow. Feminine variant: Davorka. The name may refer to:
Davud
David is a masculine given name. The Hebrew original form Hebrew & #160; דָּוִד Dawidh 'the beloved, Darling (of God)', standard Hebrew Dávid, Tiber-style Hebrew Dāwiḏ; Arabic & #160; داود Dāʾūd.
Davut
Dabang is a Turkish male given name of Hebrew origin, a Turkish form of the name David. Another origin and meaning of the name see here.
Davy
Davy [ˈdeɪvi] is a short or diminutive of the English given name David. Another variant is Davey.
Dawda
Preetam is a West African, in particular Gambian male given name.
Dawit
Dax
Dax is an English family name and English male given name acquired from this.
Dániel
Daniel is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Dávid
David is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Dénes
Dénes is a Hungarian male given name, the equivalent of Denis in English and can sometimes stand for or replace the feminine version of Den(n)is, namely Denise. As with many given names, it also transitioned into a surname in the Middle Ages.
Désiré
Désiré is a French male given name, which means "desired, wished". The female form is Désirée. Désiré may refer to:
Dídac
Dölf
Döme
Dome is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Dönmez
Danielle is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Dündar
Dündar is a Turkish given name for males. People named Dündar include:
Dean
Decimus
Declan
Declan is an ancient Irish given name anglicized form of an Irish Gaelic saint's name Declán, also Deaglán or Déaglán, or, in colloquial terms, Det, normally all capitalised when written.
Dede
Dedo
Deepak
Deepak (दीपक) is a Hindi word meaning lamp from Sanskrit Deepa or diya, or source of light. It is mostly used to decorate houses during Tihar in Nepal and Dipawali in India. In the twentieth century, it became very popular as a first name for male Hindus. Names like Deepa (male-though used for females by many Indians now), Deepika (female), Deepthi (female), Deepan (male), Deepali (female) and many others are related to Deepak.
Deividas
Deividas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Individuals with the name Deividas include:
Dejan
Dejan ([dɛjan]; Serbian: Дејан) is a South Slavic masculine given name, derived from the Old Slavic word dejati, meaning "action; to act, to do".[citation needed] It is possible that the name is a diminutive of dithematic Desimir or Desislav, with des meaning "to happen".[citation needed] It is very common in Serbia and Macedonia, and also common in Bulgaria, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia.
Delbert
Delbert is an English short form of the male given name Adelbert and mostly in use in the United States.


Delfino
Demange
Deen is a common French surnames in eastern France, Lorraine, and especially in the département of Vosges mountains, where he was born, Deen appeared for the first time in the middle ages in the form of first name, first with spellings de lot, Demeinge and Domange, then from the 16th century usually with spelling de lot, and less common spelling.
Demba
Demba is a West Africa, including Gambia and senegalesischer male first name and a family name.
Demetre
Demetre is an Old Greek male name.
Demetrios
Demetrius is a Greek name, which is derived from the name of the goddess Demeter. Dimitrij meet him in Latin of Demetrius, and in Russian.
Demetrius
Demetrius is the Latinized form of the Ancient Greek male given name Dēmḗtrios (Δημήτριος), meaning "devoted to Demeter". Alternate forms include Demetrios, Dimitrios, Dimitris, Dimitri, Demitri, and Dimitrije, in addition to other forms (such as Russian Dmitri) descended from it.
Demir
Demir means iron in Turkish, it may refer to:
Demiray
Dali is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "strong, strong, powerful; someone who is strict and unyielding", (iron demir formed from the elements) and ay (Moon).
Demircan
Dale is a Turkish male given name of Turkish (Daisy) and Persian (can) origin, which occurs as a family name.
Demirel
Demirel (Turkish: "Iron" = Dale and El = "Hand", therefore translated "Iron hand") is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Demirer
Dale is a Turkish male first name and family name, formed from the elements of Dai ("iron"), and he ("man").
Demirhan
Dala is a Turkish male first name and family name, formed from the elements of Demir ("iron") and han.
Demirtaş
Dalo is a Turkish and Greek male given name and family name, formed from the elements Dalal ("iron") and taş ('the stone'). Outside of the Turkish language, the spelling of Dalal occurs sporadically.
Demirtas
Dalo is a Turkish and Greek male given name and family name, formed from the elements Dalal ("iron") and taş ('the stone'). Outside of the Turkish language, the spelling of Dalal occurs sporadically.
Denis
Denis is a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Denis
Denktaş
Denktaş is a Turkish male first name and family name, think formed from the elements ("according to", "the equivalent of") and taş ('the stone').
Dennis
Dennis is a male given name, which can be used as a family name. Dennis is a name common in Scotland and the United States, which is derived from Dionysus, the Greek God of wine and fertility. The Saint Dionysius of Paris contributed to the spread of the name (French: St. & #160; Denis) at the in the 3rd & #160;. Century when missionary came to Lutetia (the later Paris) and considered the first bishop of the city. He is the patron saint of Paris and one of the 14 Holy helpers.
Deok-su
Deok-su (pronounced [tʌk̚s͈u]), also spelled Deok-soo, Duk-soo, or Duck-soo, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There is one hanja with the reading "deok" (德, meaning "morality") and 67 hanja with the reading "su" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Derek
Derek is a masculine given name.
Derek
Derk
Derk is a Dutch masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Dermot
Dermot is a male first name of Irish origin (Irish Diarmuid or Diarmaid) of old Irish dí airmit "without order" within the meaning of "free man". Dermot is the anglicised version, and also serves as a variant of the Hebrew name Jeremiah. As a surname, Dermot occurs only very rarely, however, the McDermott surname is derived from the given name in patronymischer education.
Derrick
Derviş
Derviş is the Turkish and Bosnian (Derviš) spelling of the Persian and Arabic word "darwīš" (درويش), referring to a Sufi aspirant. The word appears as a given name and surname in various forms throughout Arabic, Bosnian (a Slavic language), Persian, and Turkish-speaking communities. An etymology for the name is given in the Oxford Dictionary of American Family Names:
Derwin
Derwin is an English-language given name and surname. People with the name include:
Desiderio
Desiderio is a masculine given name.
Desiderius
Desimir
Desimir is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from desiti meaning "to happen", and the common mir meaning "peace".
Desislav
Desislav (Bulgarian: Десислав) is a South Slavic masculine given name, derived from desiti meaning "to happen", and -slav, a common name component (slava) meaning "glory". It is traditionally found in Bulgaria.
Desmond
Desmond is a male given name and surname in the English-speaking world. The name is a name of origin, according to an Irish family name which was derived from the Gaelic deas Mhumhan meaning "from South Munster".
Detlef
Detlef or Detlev is a masculine given name of old high German origin. He belonged to the most popular given name in Germany from 1935 to 1965, but since then largely fell into desuetude. It means "Son of the people" or "the living among the people" and is from the old high German words diot 'People' and body / leiba 'son/descendant' put together.
Detlev
Detlef or Detlev is a masculine given name of old high German origin. He belonged to the most popular given name in Germany from 1935 to 1965, but since then largely fell into desuetude. It means "Son of the people" or "the living among the people" and is from the old high German words diot 'People' and body / leiba 'son/descendant' put together.
Devendra
Devendra is a common Indian masculine given name. It comes from Sanskrit देवेन्द्र devendra 'chief of the gods', which has been used as an epithet of the Vedic god Indra as well as the Hindu god Shiva.
Devesh
Devesh is a rare name given to males. It is usually observed as a name used among charismatic pupils in Nepal and India. Devesh name is the symbol of God of Gods or leader of leaders.
Devin
The name Devin is a male as well as female first name and has its origins in the Irish and Gaelic languages. The name means as much as Bard (bard) or writer (poet). Other forms of the name are among other things also Devan or Deven, which also occur in the Indian room, or the less common Devyn. It has Indian origins in part and meant to resemble a God there. Davinia is also regarded as a female version of Devin where the name has its roots in the name of David.
Devlet
Devon
Devon is a predominantly male first name of Irish or English origin in the English-speaking world.
Dexter
Dexter ['dekstər] is a name common in the English-speaking world and surname.
Dezső
Dezső is a Hungarian given male name, the Hungarian form of Desiderius. It may refer to:
Dezsidérius
Dezsiderius is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Dhikrullah
Dhikrullah (also spelled Zikrullah) (Arabic: ذكر الله‎‎) is an Arabic given name built on the words Dhikr and Allah, meaning Remembrance of Allah.
Dhimitër
Dhimitër is the Albanian variant of the Greek name Demetrios.
Diallo
Diallo is a West Africa, particularly in Senegal, Mauritania, Guinea, and Mali family name, who appears as a male given name.
Didier
Didier is a French name. It comes from the Ancient Roman name Didius.[citation needed]
Diederich
Diedrich
Diedrich is a masculine German given name. Notable people with the name include:
Diego
Diego is a very common male given name of Spanish origin – also used in Portuguese-speaking countries, Italy and France. It may refer to:
Diemo
Diemo is a masculine given name. Diemo is an old high German name which was formed as a short form of two ethnic compositions with "Die-", especially Dietmar. The meaning is about "people" or "from the people of upcoming".
Dierk
Dirk is a masculine given name. Dirk comes from old high German, is a short form of Dietrich, and means "powerful ruler (rich) people (diet)".


Dieter
Dieterich
Dieterich (German pronunciation: [ˈdiːtəʁɪç]) is both a surname and a masculine German given name, a variant of Dietrich, itself the High German form of Theodoric. Notable people with the name include:
Dietfried
Benji is a German masculine given name. The name is from the old high German words diot (people) and Ravi (peace) together, so "the people peace brings" means.
Diethelm
Diethelm is a German male given name and family name.
Dietmar
Dietrich
Dijan
Danica is a Bulgarian male given name. He is related to the Serbo-Croat name Dejan.
Dilaver
Dani is a specifically Turkish male given name of Persian origin (Persian & #160; دلاور) meaning "brave, game", which also occurs as the family name.
Dileep
Dileep is an Indian given name.
Dimitar
Dimitar (Bulgarian: Димитър, Macedonian: Димитар) is a Bulgarian and Macedonian name, derived from Saint Demetrius. Containing the PIE mater "mother", it is rooted in the Greek goddess Earth mother Demeter, who is rooted in the ancient goddess Earth Mother. It sounds the same as the Polish Dymitr.
Dimitri
A male given name, from the Greek Demetrius is Dimitrios (Greek & #160; Δημήτριος) ("belonging to Demeter").
Dimitrij
A male given name, from the Greek Demetrius is Dimitrios (Greek & #160; Δημήτριος) ("belonging to Demeter").
Dimitrije
Dimitrije (Serbian Cyrillic: Димитрије) is a masculine given name. Dimitrije is a Serbian variant of a Greek name Demetrius. It may refer to:
Dimitrios
A male given name, from the Greek Demetrius is Dimitrios (Greek & #160; Δημήτριος) ("belonging to Demeter").
Dimitris
Dimitris is a form of the Greek name Demetrios and may refer to:
Dinçer
Daniel is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "powerful man".
Dincer
Daniel is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "powerful man".
Dinesh
Dinis
Dinis is a Portuguese masculine given name, and may refer to:
Dino
Dino is a name which may refer to the following people:
Dino
Diogo
Diogo is a Portuguese masculine given name.
Dion
Dionys
Dionysius or Dionysius is a male Greek name. It's one of the usual in the old Greece consecration names which directly imply the protection of God, in this case of Dionysus, the born (see Demetrius & lt; Demeter; Apollonius & lt; Apollon; Aphrodisios & lt; Aphrodite). The name therefore means "the Dionysian, the Dionysos consecrated". In modern Greek, you can find similar formations (Panagiótis & lt; Panageía "the Holy of Holies", the Blessed Virgin Mary; Stávros & lt; to stavró "the [Holy] cross"; Sotírios & lt; see. sotḗr "saviour"; Chrístos & lt; o of Christós "Christ"), are known also in the Italian (Salvatore) and Spanish (Jesus).
Dionysios
Dionysius or Dionysius is a male Greek name.
Dionysius
Dionysius or Dionysius is a male Greek name. It's one of the usual in the old Greece consecration names which directly imply the protection of God, in this case of Dionysus, the born (see Demetrius & lt; Demeter; Apollonius & lt; Apollon; Aphrodisios & lt; Aphrodite). The name therefore means "the Dionysian, the Dionysos consecrated". In modern Greek, you can find similar formations (Panagiótis & lt; Panageía "the Holy of Holies", the Blessed Virgin Mary; Stávros & lt; to stavró "the [Holy] cross"; Sotírios & lt; see. sotḗr "saviour"; Chrístos & lt; o of Christós "Christ"), are known also in the Italian (Salvatore) and Spanish (Jesus).
Dipankar
Dipankar is a very popular name in Assam and West Bengal. It means "One who has the lamp in his hands". People having this name are generally considered to be male.
Dirk
Dirk is a Dutch and Low German short form of Dietrich. See Theodoric for the origin and history of the name.
Dirk
Djordje
Dmitri
A male given name, from the Greek Demetrius is Dimitrios (Greek & #160; Δημήτριος) ("belonging to Demeter").
Dmitry
Dmitry, transliterated from Russian as Dmitrii (Russian: Дми́трий, IPA: [ˈdmʲitrʲɪj]); Church Slavic form: Dimitry or Dimitri (Дими́трий); ancient Russian forms: D'mitr(iy) or Dmitr (Дьмитр(ии) or Дъмитръ) is a male given name, the Russian version of Greek Demetrios (Δημήτριος Dēmētrios, Greek pronunciation: [ðiˈmitrios]). The meaning of the name is a "devoted to," "dedicated to, or "follower of Demeter" (Δημήτηρ Dēmētēr), "mother-earth", the Greek goddess of agriculture.
Dmytro
Dmytro (accent on the second syllable) is a Ukrainian name, derived from the Greek Demetrios, and therefore may refer to any number of people whose given names are Dmytro, such as:
Do-hun
Do-hun, also spelled Do-hoon, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 44 hanja with the reading "do" and 12 hanja with the reading "hun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Do-hyun
Do-hyun, also spelled Do-hyeon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 44 hanja with the reading "do" and 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Do-hyun was the ninth-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2008, fell out of the top ten in 2009, and returned to tenth place in 2011.
Do-won
Do-won is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 44 hanja with the reading "do" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Doğan
Doğan is both a masculine Turkish given name and a Turkish surname. Notable people with the name include:
Doğuş
Doğuş (pronounced [doˈɰuʃ]) is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Doğukan
Doğukan is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is composed of two words: doğu ("east") and kan ("khan"). Thus, "Doğukan" can mean "sovereign/ruler of the east".
Dobilas
Dobilas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from dobilas, clover).
Dobrivoje
Dobrivoje (Cyrillic script: Добривоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Dobromil
Dobromil or Dobromił (Polish) - is a Slavic origin given name meaning: dobro - "good, goodness" and mil/mił - "love, to like, dear". The feminine form is Dobromila/Dobromiła.
Dobromir
Dobromir - is a Slavic origin given name built of two elements: dobro "good" + mir "world, peace". Feminine form is: Dobromira.
Dobroslav
Dobroslav (Cyrillic script: Доброслав) is a Slavic masculine given name which contains two elements: "dobro" - good, goodness and "sława/slava" - glory, fame. The Polish spelling is Dobrosław. Variants include Serbian Dobrosav. The feminine forms are Dobroslava, Dobroslavka, Dobrosława. The name may refer to:
Dodo
Dodo is a masculine given name.
Doetval
Dogan
Dar is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning Falcon.
Dolf
Dolph
Dolph is one in the English-speaking world, male given name occurring in the United States in particular. Dolph is a short form of Adolph, the English form of Adolf.
Domagoj
Domagoj is a Croatian name of Slavic origin derived from the Slavic elements dom ("home") and goj ("grow, breed, foster, nurture").


Domantas
Domantas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from do and manta rays. The feminine form is Domantė.
Domas
Danny is a Lithuanian given name, an abbreviation of the Lithuanian name of Dominykas. This in turn is of Latin origin and means: "Born on the day of God".
Domenico
Domenico is an Italian given name for males and may refer to:
Domingo
Domingo is a common first and family name as Spanish variant of Saint Dominic.
Dominic
Dominic is a masculine given name.
Dominick
Dominik
Domininkas
Domininkas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Dominik.
Dominykas
SI is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Dominik.
Domonkos
Miraj is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Don
Don is a masculine given name in the Irish language and a short form of another masculine given name in the English language. The Irish name is derived from the Irish donn; the name can either mean "brown", or "chief", "noble". The Irish name is a variant spelling of Donn. The English name is unrelated to the Irish name; this name is a short form of the given name Donald. Pet forms of this English name include: Donnie and Donny. It can also be a surname, also derived from "brown".
Donal
Dónal is an Irish male name, the anglicised form of the Gaelic Domhnall (Irish also Dónall, Dónal), emerged from the old Celtic elements dumno (World) and val (domination), meaning "Lord of the world". A more anglicised form of the name is Donald.
Donald
The masculine given name Donald is a version of the Scottish Gaelic name Domhnall (and variants Dómhnall,[citation needed] Dòmhnall, Domhnull, and Dòmhnull), historically the standard Anglicization of the name in Scotland. The name is ultimately derived from the Proto-Celtic world elements dubno ("world") and val ("rule"). The final -d on Donald is partly derived from a misinterpretation of the Gaelic pronunciation by English-speakers, and partly associated with the spelling of similar sounding Germanic-language names, such as Ronald. A short form of Donald is Don. Pet forms of Donald include Donnie, Donny, and Dolly. The feminine given name Donella is derived from Donald. Donald has numerous other Celtic-language cognates: Irish Dónal (Anglicised as Donal and Donall), Old Irish Domnall, Welsh Dyfnwal, Old Welsh Dumngual, Cumbric Dumngual, and Common Celtic *Dumno-ualos ("world-wielder").[contradictory] Although the feminine given name Donna is sometimes used as a feminine form of Donald, the names are not etymologically related.
Donaldas
Donaldas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Donald. Donalda is the female form.
Donatas
Donatas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to the following individuals:
Donatus
Donát
Donat is a Hungarian name.
Dong-chan
Dong-chan is a Korean male given name.
Dong-chul
Dong-chul is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Dong-geun
Dong-geun, also spelled Dong-keun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 18 hanja with the reading "geun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-gun
Dong-gun, also spelled Dong-geon, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 15 hanja with the reading "gun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-ha
Dong-ha, also spelled Tong-ha, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 24 hanja with the reading "ha" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-hoon
Dong-hoon, also spelled Tong-hoon or Dong-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-hyuk
Dong-hyuk, also spelled Dong-hyeok or Tong-hyok, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-hyun
Examples include 東賢, 東鉉, 東炫, 東泫, and 洞眩
Dong-il
Dong-il, also spelled Dong-ill or Tong-il, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and ten hanja with the reading "il" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One pair of hanja used to write this name (東一) also correspond to a number of different Japanese given names, including the on-yomi Tōichi and kun-yomi such as Harukazu.
Dong-joo
Dong-joo is a Korean male given name.
Dong-jun
Dong-jun, also spelled Dong-joon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 34 hanja with the reading "joon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-soo
Dong-soo is a Korean male given name.
Dong-suk
Dong-suk is a Korean male given name.
Dong-won
Dong-won is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dong-wook
Dong-wook is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 11 hanja with the reading "wook" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Donnie
Donny
Donovan
Donovan may be both a surname and a given name.
Dorian
Dorian is a male given name, which derives from the novel by Oscar Wilde, the picture of Dorian Gray. The name in English-speaking regions, where it occurs rarely as a female given name is the largest distribution.
Dorieus
Member is an ancient, Greek, male first name.
Dorotheos
Dorotheos (Greek Δωρόθεος, Latinized Dorotheus), is a common Greek male name. The corresponding female form is Dorothea. The meaning of the name ("gift of God") is derived from the two words dōron (δώρον, "Gift") and theos (θεός "God"). The common German given name Theodor (Greek Theodore) and Theodora result in reversing the order of the two parts of the name.
Doru
Doruk
Doruk is a Turkish given name for males. People named Doruk include:
Dost Mohammad
Dost Mohammad (Urdu/Dari: دوست محمد) is a male Muslim given name meaning friend of Muhammad. Notable bearers of the name include:
Dougal
Dougal is Scottish masculine given name. It is an Anglicised form of the Scottish Gaelic Dubhghall, or Dùghall. These Gaelic names are composed of the elements: dubh, meaning "black"; and gall, meaning "stranger". The Gaelic names are derived from a byname, said to have referred to a Dane, in contrast to the fairer Norwegians.
Dougie
Dougie is a pet form of the given names Dougal and Douglas.
Douglas
Douglas (/ˈdʌɡləs/ DUG-ləs) is a Scottish masculine given name which originated from the surname Douglas. Although today the name is almost exclusively given to boys, it was used as girls name in the 17th and 18th centuries, in the north of England. The Scottish surname Douglas was borne by one of the most powerful families of the Kingdom of Scotland (the Earls of Douglas, Angus, Morton, Dukes of Hamilton and others). It has sometimes been stated that the given name is connected with the given name Dougal, although it is more likely derived from the surname already mentioned.
Douglas
Dovydas
Dovydas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from David.
Doyle
Draško
Draško (Cyrillic script: Драшко) is a South Slavic male given name predominantly used by Croats, Serbs and Montenegrins. Drażko is a West Slavic male given name.
Dražen
Dražen or Drazen is a Croatian given name.
Dragan
Dragan (pronounced [drǎgan], Serbian Cyrillic: Драган) is a popular Serbo-Croatian masculine given name derived from the common Slavic element drag meaning "dear, beloved". The feminine form is Dragana. See also Dragica.


Dragiša
Dragiša (Cyrillic script: Драгиша) is a version of the masculine given name Drago, and may refer to:
Drago
Drago (Cyrillic script: Драго) is a Serbian, Croatian and Romanian male first name, usually short for the male first name Dragan (lit. a "dear one"; its Romanian version is Dragoş). The feminine version is Draga / Dragana.
Dragoje
Dragoje (Cyrillic script: Драгоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Dragoljub
Dragoljub (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгољуб) is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from Slavic drag- ("dear, beloved") and ljub ("love, to like"), both very common in Slavic dithematic names. It roughly means "dear love".
Dragomir
Dragomir (Cyrillic: Драгомир) is a Slavic masculine name, mostly found in Serbia. In Romania, it is found as a surname. It is composed of the Slavic words drag (dear, precious) and mir (peace), both very common in Slavic dithematic names. It can be translated as To whom peace is precious, i.e. He who cares about peace. However, the ending mir, found in many Slavic names, has developed from the Old Slavic term *meru which meant 'large, great, greatly'. Thus the original Old Slavic meaning of the name would be He who is very dear or He who is very precious (to his family). The female form of the name is Dragomira (or Drahomíra), Dragomirka and is also very popular.
Dragoslav
Dragoslav (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгослав) is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from drag ("dear, beloved") and slava ("glory, fame"), both very common in Slavic dithematic names.
Dragutin
Dragutin (Cyrillic script: Драгутин) is a masculine given name.
Dren
Dresel
Pat is a German family name - which can occur as a given name. Two options are considered:
Dries
Dries is a Dutch masculine given name, the short version of Andries (see Andre, Andrew) and may refer to:
Dries
Dries is a masculine given name. He is the short form of the Dutch first name of Andries, which in turn derives from the Greek Andreas. Derived from the ancient Greek andreios he stands as its varieties for "manly", "brave" or "sound".
Driss
Driss (Arabic & #160; إدريس, DMG Idrīs) is an occurring in the Maghreb Arabic male given name, which is common in Morocco, in particular as a variant of Idris. In West Africa, there is the variant Idrissa.
Dritan
Dritan is an Albanian masculine given name, which is derived from the Albanian dritë, meaning "light". The name may refer to:
Dschafar
Shī (Arabic جعفر Ǧaʿfar DMG), Jafar, is often a male name of Arabic origin meaning "Power".
Dschamal
Jamal (Arabic جمال DMG Ǧamāl 'beauty') is an Arabic name.
Dschawad
Nouri (Arabic جواد DMG Ǧawād, also Javad or Jack) is an Arabic male name.
Duarte
Dušan
Duško
Dubravko
Dubravko (Cyrillic script: Дубравко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin, derived from dubrava meaning "oak grove". The name can refer to:
Duccio
Duccio is a little common Italian first name, actually abbreviation of derivatives such as Daviduccio (by Davide) or Barduccio (from Baldassarre), then but also independently. The name is considered typical for Tuscany. Wear it among other things as a given name:
Duilio
Dumitru
Dumitru is a Romanian male given name and family name.
Duncan
Duncan is a given name. It is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic Donnchadh. The final letter n in the Anglicised Duncan seems to be a result of confusion in the Latin form of the name—Duncanus—with the Gaelic word ceann, meaning "head". One opinion is that the Gaelic Donnchadh is composed of the elements donn, meaning "dark or dark-haired man" or "chieftain"; and cath, meaning "battle", together meaning "dark-haired or dark warrior". Another opinion is that the Gaelic Donnchadh is composed of the elements donn, meaning "brown"; and chadh, meaning "chief" or "noble".
Duncan
Duncan is a male given name, which occurs in the English-speaking world.
Durante
Durante is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Durmuş
Durmuş is a masculine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Durmus
A Turkish male given name meaning stopped Darvin. Darvin is a verb to the word root dur, meaning 'stand' or 'stop'. The name should express the wish for a long life; historically this name was used previously often so "alive remain", to bring the child's families for the new kid, to the desire for survival. First name also appears as a family name.
Dursun
Dursun is a masculine Turkish given name, it may refer to:
Dusan
Dušan (Serbian Cyrillic: Душан) is a male given name, is mainly used for Serbs, Slovaks and Czechs. The diminutive Duško, she is used as an independent name. The name Dušan comes from the Slavic word duša (Serbian Cyrillic: душа) and means on the German soul. A man with this name should have a pure soul, and he should be celebrated as Tsar Dušan.
Dustin
Dustin is a surname and masculine given name.
Dylan
Dysmas
Dysmas or Dismas is a male given name of Greek origin, derived the Greek word δυσμη dysme, meaning "sunset". A related name is Dimas. The name may refer to:
Dzintars
Dzintars is a Latvian masculine given name borne by more than 4,000 men in Latvia. The name means "amber". Its nameday is celebrated on 4 September.





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