What does Daymian mean?
Associated with: greek
(male) Diman, Domian, ..
(female) Daymiana, Daymina, ..
How popular is Daymian?
Daymian is an uncommonly occurring first name for males. Daymian is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Damian (#102 via latest list), Damien (#249), Damon (#407), Damion (#1118), Daymon, Damen and Dameon are the prominent related forms of Daymian (not ranked). Other forms, like Damyen, are uncommon. These forms of Daymian reached the height of their popularity in the year 2013 (adoption of 0.4%) and have remained as common to this day (adoption 0.3%, down 5.8%). Damon has been the overall favorite, although Damien appears to be gaining popularity too, while versions such as Damon have become less contemporary. Below is a graphed comparison of the statistics of Daymian and associated names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Recommended names are Ayman, Bastian, Cadman, Cassian, Caydan, Dacian, Dadrian, Dagan, Dain, Daivian, Dajuan, Dajuwan (see Dejuan), Dallan, Dallin, Damar, Damick (see Damek), Daquan▼, Daran, Dargan, Darian, Darias, Darien, Darin▼, Darion▼, Darrian, Darrion▼, Darshan, Dasean, Dathan, Davian▲, Davien, Davin, Davyan, Dayanand, Daylan, Daylen, Daylin, Daymond, Daytan, Dayton, Delman, Denman, Deylin, Dorrian, Dylan, Dyllan, Eaman, Fabian▲, Faebian, Faybian, Garman, Hadrian, Harman, Haydan, Hyman▼, Jacian, Jadrian, Jarman, Jayelan, Jaylan▼, Kaydan, Kayetan (see Gaetano), Laurian, Mathian, Naaman, Naman, Ramzan, Rayman, Salman, Salvian, Tasman, Tazman, Vyvian, Waylan and Zalman. These names tend to be more commonly used than Daymian.