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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.
DagobertDagobert 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".
DiedrichDiedrich is a masculine German given name. Notable people with the name include:
DierkDirk is a masculine given name. Dirk comes from old high German, is a short form of Dietrich, and means "powerful ruler (rich) people (diet)".
DonaldThe masculine given name Donald is a version of the Scottish Gaelic name Domhnall (and variants Dómhnall, 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.
DusanDušan (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.
DorotheosDorotheos (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.
DariusDarius is a masculine given name. A late 19th and early 20th century in Germany common female form of the name was Daria.
DankwardDankwart (also, Amishee) is a German name.
DankwartDankwart (also, Amishee) is a German name.
DetlefDetlef 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.
DetlevDetlef 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.
DiemoDiemo 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".
DiethelmDiethelm is a German male given name and family name.
DreselPat is a German family name - which can occur as a given name. Two options are considered:
DieterichDieterich (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:
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