What does De- mean?
De- \de\ as a boys' name (also used as girls' name De-) is pronounced de. It is of American origin. Combination of the De- prefix with various endings. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second syllable. These given names follow the French style of aristocratic surnames using the prefix de-. Capitalizing the second syllable is optional; names of this type appear both ways in contemporary usage. See also Da-.
De- has 39 variants: Deandre, Deangelo▼, Deante, Deanthony, Dejohn, Dejon, Dejuan▼, Deleon, Delon, Deloran, Delorean, Demar, Demarco▼, Demarcos, Demarcus▼, Demario▼, Demarr, Demauri, Demond, Demonte, Deondre▼, Deontae, Deonte▼, Derelle, Deron▼, Deroyce, Desean, Deshawn▼, Deshay, Deval, Devane, Devante▼, Devaughn, Devaun, Devell, Devonn, Devonte▼, Dewayne▼ and Dewitt▼.
De- has 24 more related forms via Da-: D'Amante, D'Amico, D'Andre, D'Angelo, Dajohn, Dajon, Dajuan, Damar, Damarco, Damario, Damarko, Damone, Damont, Damonte, Daquan▼, Dasean, Dashae, Dashaun, Dashawn▼, Dashonn, Davar, Davaughn, Davon▼ and Dawayne.
Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the boy name De- and related names. Daquan, Dashawn, Davon, Deandre (#619 in 2014), Deangelo (#968), Deante, Dejon, Dejuan, Demarco, Demarcus, Demario, Demond, Demonte, Deondre, Deontae, Deonte, Deron, Desean, Deshawn (#873), Devante, Devaughn, Devonte, Dewayne and Dewitt are the prominent related forms of De- (#unlisted). These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 1993 (usage of 0.2827%) and have become much less popular since (usage 0.0225%, down 92%), with forms such as Dashawn, Davon, Deangelo, Demarcus and Deshawn becoming somewhat outmoded. Deandre (#619) is the most fashionable name for newborns in this compilation. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)