What does Danya mean?
Danya \d(a)-nya, dan-ya\ as a name for girls (also used as boys' name Danya). Danya's roots are Old English, Hebrew and French, and Danya means "from Denmark; God is my Judge". Danya is a form of Dana (Old English). Danya is also a variation of Danielle (Hebrew, French). Danya is also used as a derivative of Danna (Old English).
Danya has 35 more alternative forms via Dana, Danielle, Danna: Daanelle, Danaca, Dane, Danele, Danella, Danelle▼, Danelley, Danet, Danette▼, Danica, Danice, Daniela, Daniele, Daniella, Danijela, Danila, Danise, Danit, Danita▼, Danitza, Dannalee, Dannell, Dannelle, Dannette, Danniella, Dannielle, Dannon, Dannyce, Dantina, Danyell, Danyella, Danyelle, Dayne, Dhanielle and Donnica.
Danya is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Danya is an unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Daniela (#225 last year), Danielle (#264), Daniella (#319), Danna (#544), Danica (#557), Dana (#789), Danyelle, Dayna, Danette, Danelle, Dania and Danita are the popular varying forms of Danya (#unlisted). These girl names were at the height of their popularity in 2008 (usage of 0.3513%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.2752%, down 21.7%), with forms like Dana, Danita, Dania, Danette and Dayna becoming somewhat outmoded. The most fashionable names for newborns in this list are Daniella (#319), Daniela (#225), Danielle (#264), Danna (#544) and Danica (#557), with Danica and Danna having a resurgence in usage. Shown below is a comparison of the popularity of the girl name Danya and affiliated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Danya is pronounced similarly to Dagna, Dahna, Dahnya, Daina, Danae, Danaye, Danea, Dawna, Deana▼, Deanna▼, Deenya, Dena▼, Denia, Denna, Dhana, Dhanna, Diana, Dianna▼, Dina▼, Dinya, Dona▼, Donia, Donna▼, Donya, Duana, Duna, Dwana, Dyana, Dyanna and Dyna. Other recommended similar baby names are Aanya, Dalya, Dama, Damia, Damya, Danne, Darya, Dasya, Datya, Daya, Fanya, Manya, Panya, Tanya▼ and Vanya. These names tend to be more frequently used than Danya.