What does Dante mean?
Dante [dante] as a boys' name is pronounced DAHN-tay. It is of Spanish, Italian and Latin origin, and the meaning of Dante is "lasting, enduring". Historical: Dante Alighieri, considered one of the great poets of all time, wrote "The Divine Comedy", notable for the graphic description of the medieval version of Hell known as Dante's Inferno. Dante was actually his nickname; his full name was Durante. English artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti; football player Daunte Culpepper.
Dante has 1 more different relation via Durante: Durant.
Dante has 1 feminine form: Dantea.Kreatif forms:
(male) Dande, Dente, ..
(female) Danda, Dando, ..
How popular is Dante?
Dante is a somewhat popular first name for men (#691 out of 1220, Top 57%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#28617 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Dante for boys. Dante was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its peak rank of #200 in the U.S. in 1997, and is currently at #322. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. Prominent alternative forms of Dante (#322 last year) are Donte (#1188 last year), Dontae (#1641), Jonte, Durand, Dontay and Daunte. Usage of these forms of Dante was widespread 18 years ago (adoption of 0.1%) and is somewhat less today (adoption 0.1%, ▼48%), with the form Donte going out of style.
Dante is alike in pronunciation to Deante, Deonte▼, Dionte and Duante. Other suggested similar names are Canute, Dabnee (see Dabney), Dabnie (see Dabney), Dace, Dade, Daile, Daine, Dale▼, Dalle, Dalten, Damonte, Dan▼, Dana▼, Danal, Danar, Danby, Dandie, Dandy, Dane, Danek, Dani, Danie, Daniel▼, Danil, Danko, Dann, Dannel, Dannie▼, Danno, Danny▼, Danon, Danton, Danube, Danya, Danyel, Dart, Dave▼, Davie, Dawe, Daye, Dayle, Dayne, Dayten, Deane, Dene, Devante▼, Doane, Donne, Dontey, Duane▼, Duarte, Dunne, Dwane, Harte, Monte▼, Nate, Sante, Tate▲, Tayte, Waite and Wayte. These names tend to be less frequently used than Dante.