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