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Boy Names Starting with Do-

Do- baby names and what they mean, with 38 results. These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1930-1939 (adoption of 3.5%) and have become significantly less conventional since (adoption 0.6%, 83%), with names such as Dominique becoming somewhat dated. Dominic (#68), Dorian (#563) and Dominik (#645) are three of the more fashionable baby names among these, while Dorton (top 7%) and Dolin (9%) are familiar Do- last names. Here is the list of Do- names for girls.

Do- names

Doane - Dontae | Dontavius - Doyle

Doane - Dontae

Doane, var. Doan
Source fr. Old English word. "Low, rolling hills." Popular as last names, and Doane (top 3%) is similar to popular -ane surnames Deane (top 3%), Loane (45%).

Possibly Old English .. Dobbs is rarely used as a boys' name.

Dodge1, var. Dod, Dodds, Dodgson
Derivative of Old English word. May be related to Roger .. Dodge, Dodgson, etc. were not among 2015's Top names.

Form of Roger. Root fr. Old German language. "Famous spearman." A birth name that is not broadly used, Dodge exists more frequently as a last name. See also Dodds.

Doherty, var. Docherty, Dougherty, Douherty
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Harmful." Doherty (top 1%), Dougherty (1%) and Docherty (13%) exist regularly as surnames.

Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Dark; bold; black-haired." Less common today. Dolan was last found in 1930-1939 in the Top 2000. See also Dylon.

Adolph and variantsDolf1, Dolph1, Dolphus1
Forms of Adolph. Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble, majestic wolf." Less common today. Dolphus was the variant last recorded (the 1940s) in the Top 2000.

Form of Rudolph. From Old German element. "Famous wolf." Fairly unique as a boys' name, occurring more often as a last name. See also Dolf.

Dolph3, var. Dolf2, Dollfus, Dollfuss, Dollphus, Dolphus2
Source fr. Old German element. Short form of Adolph .. Dolf, Dollfus, Dollfuss and Dollphus are more uncommon as boys' names among the variations of Dolph.

Dominic and variantsDominic, var. Dom, Domenic, Domenico, Domenique, Domini, Domingo, Dominick, Dominico, Dominie, Dominique, Dominik, Domino1, Dominy
Source fr. Latin. "Lord." Popularly used, with usage of 0.403% for Dominic, Domenico, etc. as baby names in 2015, but lower than 0.426% in 2014.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Dolan, Dolph, Dolphus, Domenic, Domenico

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Domingo, Dominic, Dominick, Dominik, Dominique

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Don, Donal, Donald, Donato, Donavan

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Donavon, Dondre, Donell, Donn, Donnell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Donnie, Donny, Donovan, Dontae, Dontay, Donte

Derivative of Latin language. "Lord, master." Unisex name. Domino, like the similar-sounding Damiano, exists more usually as a surname.

Don and variantsDon, var. Donn, Donnan, Donne, Donnie, Donny
Derivative of English. .. Mythology. Donnan and Donne are more novel as baby names among the forms of Don.

Donahue, var. Donahoe, Donohoe, Donohue
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Dark fighter." Donahue, Donahoe, etc. were not among 2015's Top names.

Donald and variantsDonald, var. Donnell1
Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Great chief; world mighty." Adoption of Donald and Donnell as birth names in 2015 was down 36% compared to a decade ago.

Donato and variantsDonato, var. Donatello, Donatien, Donatus, Donzel
Based on Spanish, Italian words. "Given; gift from God." Somewhat popular as birth names, Donato, Donatus, etc. sound like the popular Donte.

Form of Danube. Geography name .. Dona (upper 18%), Donat (15%) are familiar surnames. See also Doan.

Form of Dion. Source fr. Greek element. Short form of Dionysius .. Less widespread today. Dondre was last recorded in 1999 in the Top 2000. See also Deandre.

Donnell and variantsDonnell2, var. Donal, Donell, Donnel, Donnelly
Source fr. Scottish, Irish elements. "World mighty; brown-haired fighter." Usage of Donnell, Donnelly, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 12.8% compared to 2014.

Donovan and variantsDonovan, var. Donavan, Donavon, Donevin, Donevon, Donovon, Donoven
Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Dark; brown-haired chieftain." Donovan (upper 1%), Donavan (19%) and Donavon (55%) occur frequently as last names.

Dante and variantsDontae, Dontay, Donte
Forms of Dante. Stems fr. Spanish, Italian, Latin. "Lasting, enduring." Dontae and Donte are in the Top 2000.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Do- names for boys.

1. Doane - Dontae
Doane [Doan], Dobbs, Dodge [Dod, Dodds, Dodgson], Roger [Dodge], Doherty [Douherty, Docherty, Dougherty], Dolan, Adolph [Dolf, Dolph, Dolphus], Rudolph [Dolph], Dolph [Dolf, Dolphus, Dollfus, Dollfuss, Dollphus], Dominic [Dominy, Domini, Domino, Dominie, Dominik, Dominico, Dominick, Dominique, ..], Domino, Don [Donn, Donny, Donne, Donnie, Donnan], Donahue [Donahoe, Donohoe, Donohue], Donald [Donnell], Donato [Donzel, Donatus, Donatien, Donatello], Danube [Donau], Dion [Dondre], Donnell [Donal, Donell, Donnel, Donnelly], Donovan [Donavon, Donavan, Donevin, Donevon, Donoven, Donovon], Dante [Donte, Dontae, Dontay]

Dontavius [Dontavious], Donte [Dontae, Dontey, Dontay, Dohntae, Dontaye, Dontell, Dontrell], Dugan [Doogan, Dougan, Douggan], Dooley, Dor [Dorli, Doram, Doriel], Doran [Dore, Doron, Dorran, Dorian, Dorren], Isidore [Dory, Dore, Dorian], Dorian [Dore, Dorien, Dorion, Dorrian, Dorrien, Dorryen], Doron [Doran, Doroni], Dorran [Doran, Dorrel, Dorren, Dorrin, Dorrell, Dorrance], Dorsey [Dorsee, Dorsie], Dotson [Dotsen, Dottson], Dougal [Doyle, Dougall], Douglas [Doug, Douglass], Dov, Dover, Dow [Dowe, Dowan, Dowson], Doyle

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