What does Davian mean?
Associated with: modern
Davian▲ has 22 more different relations via David, Dorian, Ian: Dai, Dave▼, Daven, Davey, Davi, Davidde, Davide, Davidson, Davie, Daviel, Davies, Davin, Davis▲, Davon▼, Davy, Davyd, Davydd, Davyn, Dorien, Dorion, Dorrian and Iain.Kreatif forms:
(male) Davican, Duvian, ..
(female) Davianie, Davidan, ..
How popular is Davian?
Davian is an uncommon first name for males. Davian is a rare last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name history of Davian for boys. Davian was first listed in 1995 and reached its peak rank of #642 in the U.S. in 2007, and is currently at #753. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a graphed comparison of the statistics of the boy name Davian and affiliated names. Dave (#1883 in 2014), Daven, Davey, Davi, David (#18), Davie, Davien, Davin (#926), Davion (#718), Davis (#446), Davon (#1120), Davy, Dorian (#535), Dorien, Iain and Ian (#77) are the popular alternative forms of Davian (#753 in 2014) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Dai, are seldom used. These relations of Davian were at the top of their popularity 5 decades ago (usage of 3.9%) and have become much less widespread since (usage 1%, 74% less), with forms like Dave becoming less stylish. David is more universally found than the rest, although Dorian appears to be becoming a favorite too.
Davian▲ is alike in pronunciation to Daveon, Davonn, Deavon, Devan▼, Devane, Devaun, Deven▼, Deveon, Devin▼, Devine, Devinn, Devion, Devon▼, Devonn, Devyn and Devynn. Other recommended names are Bivian, Cavan, Dacian, Dadrian, Daelan, Dagan, Dain, Dajuan, Dalan, Dallan, Daman, Damian▲, Damiano, Damien▲, Damion▼, Damyan, Danial, Daquan▼, Daran, Dargan, Darian, Darias, Darien, Darin▼, Darion▼, Darran, Darrian, Darvin, Dasean, Dathan, Davar, Davison, Daviss, Daylan, Dayman, Daymian, Daytan, Evian, Fabian▲, Favian, Flavian, Gavan, Gavin, Havin, Jacian, Javan, Kavan, Lavan, Ravinn, Salvian, Savin, Savion▼, Tavin, Tavion, Vivian▼, Vyvian and Xavion. These names tend to be more commonly used than Davian.