Baby Names starting with D for girls



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Da-, var. Dashay, Danira, Dashea, Davonna, Davonne, Davisha, Danisha, Danessa, Danille, Danique, .. 3 more. The form Danille is commonly used as a variation of Da-.

Dabney, var. Dabny, Dabnie, means "from Aubigny". Name used for both women and men. Rarely used as a name for babies, Dabney is used more frequently as a surname.

Dacey, var. Dacy, Daicy, Dacia, Dacee, Dacie, Deyci, Daicee, Daisey, means "from the south". A name applicable for both genders. Dacey is a scarcely used women's name, occurring often (Top 36%) as a surname in the US Census. The form Daisey is commonplace as a variation of Dacey.

Dacia, var. Daysha. Dacia is recognizable (Top 73%) as a women's name. See also Kacia.

Dada, means "curly-haired". Unique as a birth name for females, occurring more frequently as a last name. See also Tada.

Daenerys, var. Dany. A unique name for babies. See also Damerys.

Daffodil. Seldom used as a birth name for girls.

Dagmar, means "glorious, day's glory". A somewhat rare girls' name now, though found frequently as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census.

Dagny, var. Dagne, Dagna, means "new day". Also suitable as a boys' name. A somewhat scarce baby name nowadays, though found commonly as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census.

Dahlia, var. Dahl, Dalla, Dalia, Dayha, Daleia, Dahiana, means "valley". The name Dahlia has become increasingly popular with parents. The form Dalia is widely used as a variation of Dahlia.

Dai, means "great". A seldom-used name for children that occurs more conventionally as a surname. Both a feminine and a masculine name.

Daina, means "God is my judge; song; melody". A unique name for children now, but Daina is still recorded commonly as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. See also Taina.

Daira, var. Daeira, Danira, Dayeera, means "knowing, informed". Seldom used as a name for children. See also Yaira.

Daisy, var. Daysi, Deyse, Deysi, Daizy, Dasie, Daisi, Daisey, Daisie, Daisee, means "day's eye". The name Daisy has surged in popularity over the years. The form Daysi is generally used as a version of the name.

Dakota, var. Dakoda, Dakotah, means "friend, ally". Unisex name. The name Dakota has become progressively more popular with parents since 1880.

Dale, var. Dael, Dail, Daly, Dayla, Daile, Dayle, Dalla, Dalene, Dalena, Dalina, .. 2 more, means "valley". Also used as a boys' name. Moderately infrequent as a birth name, occurring more often as a last name. The form Dayle is generally used as a variation of Dale.

Dalia, var. Dalya, Dalit, Dalyah, Daliya, Dalila, Daliah, Daliyah, means "gentle; slender branch, tendril". Dalia is commonly occurring (Top 28%) as a women's name. The variation Dalila is generally used as a form of Dalia.

Dalila, means "delicate, gentle". The variant form Lila has gained increasing favor as a name for girls. The variation Lila is prevalent as a variant form of Dalila.

Dallas, var. Dallis, Dalles, means "from the dales, the valley meadows". A name suited for both women and men. The name Dallas has risen in favor with parents since 1880-1889.

Dalmace, var. Dalma, Dalmatia, Dalmassa. Dalmace is scantly used as a first name.

Damaris, var. Damara, Damris, Damerys, Damiris, Demaras, Demarys, Demaris, Dameris, Damariz, Damalas, .. 6 more, means "calf; to tame; gentle". Damaris is a commonplace (Top 30%) female name. The variation Maris is commonplace as a variant form of Damaris.

Damia, var. Damya, Damyen, Damyan, Damian, Damiane, Damiana, Damyana, Damyenne, Damienne. Unique as a name for newborns. See also Jamia.

Damita, var. Dama, means "little noblewoman". Rarely used as a name for girls. See also Domitia.

Dana, var. Dane, Danna, Danya, Dayna, Dayne, Dania, Daney, Danah, Daena, Danay, .. 4 more, means "from Denmark". A name applicable for both women and men. The variant forms Danna and Danica have become progressively more popular as names for kids since 1880-1889. The variations Dayna and Dania are commonly used as forms of Dana.

Danae, var. Dee, Dene, Dinae, Dinay, Denay, Denae, Danay, Danea, Danee, Donnay, .. 1 more. A slightly rare girls' name these days, though Danae is still found often as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. The form Denae is prevalent as a variation of the name.

Dangelis, var. Dangela, Deangelis, Diangelis, Deangellis. Dangelis is rarely used as a female name, occurring frequently (Top 83%) as a last name in the US Census.

Danica, var. Danaca, Danika, Donika, Donnica, Dannica, Dannika, means "morning star; from Denmark". Common as a name for babies (#557 last year), and occurring frequently as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. The form Danika is widely used as a variation of Danica.

Danielle, var. Dany, Dani, Daney, Dania, Danna, Danit, Danni, Danee, Danya, Danny, .. 26 more, means "God is my Judge". The variant forms Danielle, Danna, Daniella, Daniela and Danica have risen in favor as names for baby girls since 1880-1889. The variations Danyelle, Dannette, Daniella, Danica and Danette are prevalent as forms of Danielle.

Danna, var. Dany, Dana, Dani, Danni, Dania, Danya, Dannee, Dannia, Dannon, Dannah, .. 10 more. Common as a name for newborns (#544 last year), and also existing frequently as a surname. The variations Danita and Danette are widely used as forms of Danna.

Dantea, means "lasting, enduring". Scarcely used as a given name. See also Danita.

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