Da-hee Da-hee is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are seven hanja with the reading "da" and 24 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dace Dace is a feminine Latvian given name and may refer to:
Dafni Daphne (Greek Δάφνη "Laurel"), older also Dafne, modern Greek transliteration of Daphne, may refer to:
Dagmar Dagmar is a feminine Scandinavian given name, also used in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland (Dagmara), The Netherlands and Germany, derived from the Old Norse name (Dagmær), dagr meaning "day", and mær meaning "daughter," "mother" and "maiden."
Dagnė Dagnė is a Lithuanian female name derived from Dagny. The male form is Dagnius.
Daiga Daiga is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is October 16.
Daina Daina is a Latvian and Lithuanian given name and may refer to:
Dainora Arumugam is a Lithuanian female given name derives from Daina, + Nora. The male form is Dainorius.
Dainuvīte Dainuvīte is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is December 26.
Daiva Ramji is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Dievas.
Dalal Dalal (Arabic: دلال, Dalāl) is an Arabic female given name, which means "touch with love and kindness". Dalal is also an unrelated Indian family name.
Danutė Danutė is quite popular female given name in Lithuania. Women named Danutė include:
Daphne Daphne, Dafne or Dáfni (Greek Δάφνη "Bay"), is a female given name of Greek origin.
Darina Darina is feminine given name. Derived from the Slavic element dar meaning "gift".
Darja Daria is a feminine given name. Dariā (Persian & #160; دريا) is the feminine form of the given name Darius and means as much as "Owning the good" or "The owner of the good". Daria is called also "the mighty", "the Knower" and "Protector". In Persian means "Sea" or "Blue Ocean". In Europe, the name has probably found spread as a short form of the Greek "Dorothea" ("gift of God"). These points about the meaning of "Gift" in Slovenian.
Darnell Darnell is an English person name. As a surname it is attested since the 11th century, in recent years it is awarded as a (mostly male) given name. Its origin is not certain. May he derives darnel of rush grass from the old French name. Another theory sees Kate Darnell the connection of the old English words (German: "hidden", "hidden") and halh (German: "Nook").
Daryl Daryl is a predominantly masculine given name occurring in the English-speaking world variant of Darrell. Another form of the name is Darryl.
Deane Deane is a surname of English and Irish and, with other etymology - a British male and female first name.
Deepa Deepa (hindi : दीपा) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "lamp" and "light".
Deepali Deepali (hindi : दीपाली) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "joy", "happiness into one's life"
Deepika Deepika (hindi : दीपिका) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "lantern" and "light".
Deepti Deepti ([Nepalese]]: दीप्ति) is a Hindu Nepalese common feminine given name, which means "the last ray of hope when all hope is lost". It basically means "a bright flame that blinds the eye". In Sanskrit, Deepta, means "light", "glow", "shine", "brilliant" or "a person who spreads light to people around". It is also known by the spelling Deepthi in south India and Deepti/Dipti in north India.
Delphine Delphine is a Francophone feminine given name. It may refer to :
Desideria Desideria is today rarely used female given name. The male counterpart is Desiderius. The name is of Latin origin. The desirable, desired means Desiderius. A modern equivalent of Desideria is the French name Désirée.
Desislava Desislava (Bulgarian: Десислава) is a Slavic feminine given name of Bulgarian origin that may refer to:
Despina Despina is a given name for girls, meaning 'lady' in Greek.
Devanshi Devanshi (hindi : देवंशी) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "one who is endowed with all the beauty, serenity, and love of God".
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.
Devon Devon is a predominantly male first name of Irish or English origin in the English-speaking world.
Didem Didem (IPA: [diːˈdem]) is a feminine Turkish given name, it may refer to:
Dilara Dilara or Delara is a Persian female first name popular in Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and Pakistan. It has Persian roots and comes from the Persian word del (دل means heart). In Persian "ara" is a suffix means something used as ornament to beautify. It can be translated as “she who delights the heart” or “she who is pleasing” or "what makes heart beautiful".
Dimitra Dimitra (Greek: Δήμητρα) is a female given name.
Dina Dina (also "Dinah") is female given name rare in the German-speaking.
Dinah Dina (also "Dinah") is female given name rare in the German-speaking. "The judge" or "the righteous" or also a Hebrew דִינַה, "the right has been helped" from the Jewish דִין ("Right judgement" = "din").
Do-hee Do-hee, also spelled Do-hui, is a Korean feminine 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 24 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Dobroniega Dobroniega is a Slavic name which contains word "dobro" - good, goodness and "niega" - delight, and may refer to:
Doğu Doğu is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Doğu" means "East".
Doralice Doralice is published by Ludovico Ariosto furioso an Italian female given name, which seems created by Matteo Maria Boiardo in his Orlando soul, published in 1483, then in his great poem Orlando in 1516. So far there is no trace.
Doriane Doriane is a female given name, from the Greek Doron, making the gift (God). also, the Celts under the entry used "Dory" year"
Dorkas Ismail is a feminine given name. The name comes from ancient Greek and is translated as 'Gazelle'; a so named Dorkasgazelle exists.
Dorle Dorothea is a female given name and synonymous with the female first name Theodora. The name Dorothea composed from the Greek words δώρον doron Θεός theos 'God', 'Gift' and 'Gift', meaning therefore gift of God or God's gift.
Dorothee Dorothea is a female given name and synonymous with the female first name Theodora. The name Dorothea composed from the Greek words δώρον doron Θεός theos 'God', 'Gift' and 'Gift', meaning therefore gift of God or God's gift.
Dorottya Dorottya is a Hungarian female given name.
Dorrit Dorrit is a mainly Danish female given name variant of Doris and short form of Dorothea.
Dörte ARGO is a low minor of originating from the Greek name Dorothea, which means gift of God.
Dorthe Dorthe is a Danish minor of originating from the Greek name Dorothea, which means gift of God.
Doubravka Doubravka is a female given name of Slavic origin. It derives from the Slavic word doubrava meaning oak grove and is pronounced dow-brahf-kah in Czech.
Dove Dove /ˈdʌv/ is a given name in the English language. The name is derived from the English vocabulary word "dove". This is word is in turn derived from the Old English douve, from the Old Norse döfa. The dove is noted as a symbol of peace. The name was coined in modern times.
Dragana Dragana (Serbian, Macedonian: Драгана ) is a Serbian, Macedonian and Croatian given name for females. It is the feminine form of the name "Dragan," which comes from the Slavic element dorogo/drago, which means "precious".
Dragica Dragica (Cyrillic script: Драгица) is a South Slavic feminine given name.
Drita Drita is an Albanian female given name, which means "light" (Albanian: dritë). The name may refer to:
Dubravka Dubravka is a feminine given name of Slavic origin, derived from root "dubrava" meaning "oak grove". The masculine version is Dubravko. Polish version is Dąbrówka. Czech version is Doubravka.
Dunja Dunja is a Serbian and Croatian feminine given name meaning "quince." It is a popular name in Serbia and Croatia. Notable people with the name include:
Dysis Dysis (Greek Δύσις, translation: sunset, sunset) is one of the Horae. Hear are the goddesses, which monitor the regulated life in Greek mythology. Dysis is the Patron Goddess of the hour of sunset. She is the daughter of the top Olympic God Zeus and the Titaness of Themis.
Dzidra Dzidra is a Latvian feminine given name. The name day of persons named Dzidra is May 27.
Dzintra Dzintra is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is September 4.
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