Home > D- Names

D- Names for Girls

D baby names and what they mean, with 199 results. The trendier girl names in this list are Dahlia (#412), Dakota (#242), Dallas (#562), Delilah (#116) and Dylan (#397), while Deng (TOP 5%) and Dinh (2%) are familiar D- last names. Here is the list of D- names for boys.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of D- names: Dacia, Dagmar, Dagny, Dahlia, Daina

Da- and variantsDa-, var. Davonne, Davonna, Davisha, Dashea1, Dashea2, Dashay, Dashawna, Danira1, Danisha, Danique, Danille, Danessa, Daniesha, Dameshia
Derived fr. American. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Danille is commonly occurring (upper 73%) as a women's name.

Dabney, var. Dabny, Dabnie
Origin fr. Old French. "From Aubigny." Dabney (TOP 3%), comparable to Disney (TOP 6%), Devney (52%), is a common -ney suffix last name.

Candace and variantsDacy1, Dacie1, Dacia1, Dacey1, Dacey2, Dacee1, Dace
Forms of Candace. Stems fr. Latin language. "Clarity, whiteness." Dacia is widely used as a children's name among the forms of Candace.

Dacey and variantsDacey3, var. Deyci, Daisey1, Daicy, Dacy2, Daicee, Dacie2, Dacia2, Dacee2
Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "From the south." Daisey (top 55%) and Dacia (73%) are commonly occurring female names.

Dacia and variantsDacia3, var. Daysha
Stems fr. Latin. .. Dacia was a Roman province which .. Used somewhat widely as baby names, Dacia and Daysha are comparable to the popular Dalia.

Var. of Kandace. Derived fr. Latin word. "Clarity, whiteness." Dacie is uncommon as a girls' name. See also Dacey.

Derived fr. Nigerian. "Curly-haired." Dada is uncommon as a baby name. See also Dodi.

Daenerys, var. Dany
Derivative of American element. Character name of a queen known .. Not Top 2000 names.

Source fr. Old French. .. appropriate for a spring baby. Not in Top 2000.

Derivative of Scandinavian, Old German elements. "Glorious, day's glory." Dagmar is common (top 60%) as a women's name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of D- names: Daira, Daisey, Daisie, Daisy, Dakota

Top 2000 baby names ranking of D- names: Dakotah, Dale, Dalene, Dalia, Danisha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of D- names: Dayle, Daysha, Delina

Dagny and variantsDagny, var. Dagne, Dagna
Derivative of Old Norse word. "New day." Somewhat common as birth names, Dagne, Dagny, etc. are similar to the common Dawne.

Dahlia and variantsDahlia, var. Dalla1, Dalia, Daleia, Dahl, Dayha, Dahiana
Based on Swedish, Scandinavian languages. "Valley." Dahlia and Dalia were Top birth names in 2015.

Adeline and variantsDelyne, Delly, Dellina, Delina, Deline, Dallina, Daline, Dahlina, Dalina1
Forms of Adeline. Source fr. Old German. "Noble." Dahlina, Dalina, Daline, Dallina and Deline are more unique as birth names among the versions of Adeline.

Based on Japanese. "Great." Not frequently used as a baby name, Dai exists more often as a surname. Also used for boys.

Derived fr. Hebrew, Latvian, Lithuanian. "God is my judge; song; melody." Daina is conventional (upper 77%) as a women's name. See also Drina.

Daira and variantsDaira, var. Dayeera, Danira2, Daeira
From Spanish, Greek words. "Knowing, informed." Dayeera and variants are barely found as female names.

Daisy and variantsDaisy, var. Deysi, Deyse, Daysi, Dasie, Daizy, Daisie, Daisi, Daisee, Daisey2
Origin fr. Old English element. "Day's eye." Popularly used, with usage of 0.12% for Daisy, Dasie, etc. as girls' names in 2015, but lower than 0.124% the year before.

Dakota and variantsDakota, var. Dakotah, Dakoda
Stems fr. Native American Indian. "Friend, ally." Dakota was a Top birth name in 2015.

Dalenna1, Dalanna
Forms of Madeline. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Woman from Magdala." Uncommon as baby names, but Dalanna and Dalenna are similar to the more familiar Dalene.

Dale and variantsDale, var. Dayle, Dayla, Daly, Dalina2, Dalla2, Dalenna2, Dalene, Daile, Dalena, Dail, Daelyn, Dael
Source fr. Old English word. "Valley." Daly (upper 1%), Dale (1%), Dail (6%), Dalena (57%) and Dalla (64%) exist commonly as last names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for D- names for girls.

1. Da- - Dale
Da- [Davonne, ..], Dabney [Dabny, ..], Candace [Dacy, ..], Dacey [Deyci, ..], Dacia [Daysha], Kandace [Dacie], Dada, Daenerys [Dany], Daffodil, Dagmar, Dagny [Dagne, ..], Dahlia [Dalla, ..], Adeline [Delyne, ..], Dai, Daina, Daira [Dayeera, ..], Daisy [Deysi, ..], Dakota [Dakotah, ..], Madeline [Dalenna, ..], Dale [Dayle, ..]

Dalia [Dalyah, ..], Dalila, Dallas [Dallis, ..], Dalmace [Dalmatia, ..], Damaris [Demarys, ..], Damia [Damyenne, ..], Damita [Dama], Dana [Donnica, ..], Danae [Donnay, ..], Dangelis [Diangelis, ..], Danica [Donnica, ..], Danielle [Doneille, ..], Danna [Danya, ..], Dantea, Daphne [Daphnie, ..], Dara [Darya, ..], Daralis [Darelis, ..], Darby [Darrby, ..], Darcie [Darsi, ..], Daria [Doriane, ..]

Darice [Dareese, ..], Darlene [Darryline, ..], Darnell [Darnisha, ..], Daron, Daryl [Derrill, ..], Daryn [Darynne, ..], Hadassah [Dassah], Datya [Datyah, ..], Daveney, Davina [Divinia, ..], Dawn [Dwan, ..], Day, Daya [Dayah], De- [Deshay, ..], Dea, Deandra [Diandre, ..], Deanna [Deonne, ..], Debonnaire [Debonaire, ..], Deborah [Dobra, ..], Brandy [Debranda]

Decca [Deka, ..], Decembra, Decima [Decia], Dee [Didi, ..], Geraldine [Dyna, ..], Adena [Dinah, ..], Deifilia, Deiondra [Dionna, ..], Deirdre [Dierdre, ..], Deitra [Detria, ..], Deja [Deyanira, ..], Adelaide [Delly, ..], Alida [Dilla, ..], Delana, Delancey [Delancy, ..], Delaney [Delene, ..], Delfina [Delphine, ..], Delia [Delya, ..], Bedelia [Delia], Cordelia [Della, ..]

Amelia [Delia], Delicia [Didi, ..], Delight, Delilah [Delila, ..], Della [Delline, ..], Delma [Delmy, ..], Delores [Deloris, ..], Delphine [Delphinia, ..], Delta [Dellta], Amanda [Demanda], Demelza, Demetria [Dimitria, ..], Demi [Demie, ..], Dena [Dinah, ..], Denelle [Donelle, ..], Denise [Dinny, ..], Deolinda, Deora, Derica [Derrica, ..], Derinda [Dorinda, ..]

Derine, Derora [Drorlya, ..], Derry, Dervla [Deirbhealla, ..], Deryn [Derrynne, ..], Desdemona [Desmona], Desiree [Deziree, ..], Desma [Desme], Dessa, Destiny [Destyni, ..], Detta, Deva [Devi], Devany [Devony, ..], Devi, Devin [Devyn, ..], Devon [Devynn, ..], Devora [Devri, ..], Devri, Dextra [Dextera], Deyanira [Diyanira, ..]

Dhana [Dhanna], Diamond [Diamontina, ..], Diana [Dyanne, ..], Diandra [Dyandra, ..], Diantha, Cynthia [Diantha], Dianthe [Diantha, ..], Didi [Deedee], Didiane [Didiere, ..], Dido, Didrika [Diedrika, ..], Dielle [Diella], Digna [Dinya, ..], Dillian [Dillianna, ..], Dilys [Dylyd, ..], Dimitra [Dimitria, ..], Dimity [Dimitie, ..], Dimona [Dimonah, ..], Dinah [Dynah, ..], Dionne [Dionna, ..]

Dionysia [Dionisia, ..], Dior [D'Or], Dita, Edith [Dita], Ditza [Diza, ..], Divina [Divinia, ..], Dixie [Dixee, ..], Benedicta [Dixie], Eudocia [Doxy, ..], Theodosia [Dosia, ..], Docila, Dodie [Dody, ..], Adeola [Dola], Dolly [Dollie, ..], Dolores [Doloritas, ..], Domina, Dominique [Domorique, ..], Domitilla [Domitilia, ..], Dona, Donalda [Donita, ..]

Donata [Donatilia, ..], Adoncia [Doncia], Donna [Donya, ..], Pandora [Doura, ..], Theodora [Dora], Dora [Dory, ..], Adora [Dory, ..], Eudora [Dorie, ..], Dorcas [Dorkas, ..], Dorcey [Dorsey], Doreen [Doryne, ..], Doretta, Doria [Dory, ..], Dorinda [Dyrinda, ..], Doris [Doryse, ..], Dorma [Dorrma], Dorona [Dorran, ..], Dorothy [Dotty, ..], Dorrit [Doritt, ..], Dorsey [Dorsie, ..]

Dory, Douce, Dove [Dova], Doveva, Andrea [Drena, ..], Dreama, Etheldreda [Dreda], Drew, Drina [Dreena], Drusilla [Drisy, ..], Duana [Dwayne, ..], Duena, Dulce [Dulsine, ..], Dumia [Dumiya], Duscha [Dusa, ..], Dusty [Dustin, ..], Dylana [Dyllan, ..], Dympna [Dymphna], Alexandra [Dzana]

Usage comparison for D- names