What does Dani mean?
Associated with: judge.
(male) Darni, Dieni, ..
(female) Dadi, Dasa, .. Middle name pairings:
Dani Toby (D.T.), ..
How popular is Dani?
Dani is an uncommon first name for males but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#42677 out of 150436, Top 28%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related boy names. Dan (#1723 via latest list), Dane (#626), Danial, Daniel (#12), Danilo (#1029), Dannie and Danny (#426) are the prominent variation forms of Dani (unlisted) ranked in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Dani was well-received among parents 35 years ago (median #703) and is now significantly lower (#1116, down 61.8%). Daniel has been the most popular choice, although Danilo appears to be becoming a favorite too, while versions such as Dannie have become less contemporary. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Dani is alike in pronunciation to Dana▼, Danie, Danno, Dennie, Denny▼, Dino▼, Dionio, Donau, Donnie▼ and Donny▼. Other suggested similar names are Ani, Arni, Barni, Boni, Da-, Dabnie (see Dabney), Dabny, Dace, Dacio, Dack, Dacy, Daeg, Dael, Dag, Dagny, Dahy, Dai, Dain, Daine, Dal, Dale▼, Danar, Danby, Dandie, Dandy, Dann, Danon, Dante, Dar, Dard, Daric, Darin▼, Dario▲, Dart, Dave▼, Davi, Davie, Davin, Dawe, Dax▲, Daye, Dayne, Dean, Deane, Delani, Deli, Den, Dene, Denis▼, Deri, Desi, Dezi, Doan, Doane, Don▼, Donn, Duane▼, Dunc, Dunn, Dwane, Gafni, Hani, Imani, Shani and Yanni. These names tend to be more commonly used than Dani.See names in meaning and etymology.