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"DI" names beginning or starting with Di-.

These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in the year 1992 (usage of 0.0447%) and are almost as popular today (usage 0.0244%, down 45.4%), but with names such as Dillan, Dickie, Dick, Dirk and Dino becoming somewhat outmoded. Diego (#129) and Dillon (#398) are two of the more contemporarily stylish baby names here, with Diego enjoying a rebound in usage. Dizon (top 5%) and Diehl (1%) are familiar Di- last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of Di- names: Dick, Dimitri, Dino, Dion, Dionisio, Dirk

[Diakonos, .. 6 more] Form of Deacon 1 Root fr. Greek element. "Dusty one; servant; messenger." Dakonos, Diakonoscey and Dicknos are kreatif forms.

[Dino, .. 4 more] Form of Dean 2 Stems fr. Old English. "Valley; church official." Unusual. Dino, like Damiano, ends with -no. See also Den.

[Diandray, Diondrae, Diondray, .. 3 more] Forms of Deandre 3 Based on American. Modern name combining Andre with the .. Rare. Diandray, Diondray (cf. Delray) uses the -ay suffix.

[Diangelo, .. 1 more] Form of Deangelo 4 Modern name combining Angelo with the .. Not in popularity charts.

[Diederick, Diedrick, Dieter, Dietrich, .. 1 more] Forms of Dedrick 5 From Danish, Old German elements. "People's ruler." Not Top 1000 names. ..

[Dipak] Var. of Deepak 6 Derived fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "Little lamp." Not Top 1000 name.

[Dilbert, .. 3 more] Form of Delbert 7 Derived fr. Old English language. "Day-bright." Outside Top 1000. See also Wilbert. ..

[Dimas] Var. of Demas 8 .. a companion who forsook Paul. Not in Top 1000. See also Dimos.

[Dimetre, Dimitrios, Dimetrius, Dimitri, Dimitrious, Dimitrios, Dimitry, .. 12 more] Var. of Demetrius 9 Origin fr. Greek element. "Follower of Demeter." Listed in Top 1000. ..

[Dimos, .. 1 more] Var. of Demos 10 Derived fr. Greek. "The people." Not in Top 1000. See also Dimas. ..

[Dion, Dionisio, Dionysius, Dionysus, Diot, .. 12 more] Forms of Dennis 11 Based on English, Greek elements. "Follower of Dionysius." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Dirk, Dirke, .. 19 more] Forms of Derek 12 Derivative of English, Old German languages. "People's ruler." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Diarmid, Diarmuld, .. 1 more] Forms of Dermot 13 From Irish, Gaelic element. "Free man." Uncommon. Diarmid, like Dugaid, ends with -id.

[Diderot, Didier, Dizier, .. 8 more] Var. of Desiderio 14 Derived fr. Latin word. "Desired." Unique. Didier, Dizier (cf. Deker) uses the common -er suffix. ..

Diamond 15 Stems fr. Old English word. "Bright guardian." Unisex name. Not in popularity charts.

Diarmid [Diarmaid, Diarmait, Diarmi] 16 Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Free man." Not in Top 1000. ..

Dice 17 Derived fr. Middle English. "Dice." Not in Top 1000. See also Dicky.

Dick [Dickson, Dicky, Dix, Dixon] 18 Source fr. English, Old German. "Powerful leader." Outside Top 1000. ..

Dickinson 19 Origin fr. Old English word. "Son of Dick." Unusual. Dickinson (cf. Dennyson) has the androgynous-sounding -son suffix.

Didier 20 Derivative of French, Latin. "Desired." Not Top 1000 name. See also Dizier. ..

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Di- names for boys.

Deacon - Didier
Deacon [Diakonos], Dean [Dino], Deandre [Diandray, Diondrae, Diondray], Deangelo [Diangelo], Dedrick [Dieter, Dietrich, Diedrick, Diederick], Deepak [Dipak], Delbert [Dilbert], Demas [Dimas], Demetrius [Dimitri, Dimitry, Dimetre, Dimetrius, Dimitrios, Dimitrious], Demos [Dimos], Dennis [Diot, Dion, Dionisio, Dionysus, Dionysius], Derek [Dirk, Dirke], Dermot [Diarmid, Diarmuld], Desiderio [Dizier, Didier, Diderot], Diamond, Diarmid [Diarmi, Diarmaid, Diarmait], Dice, Dick [Dix, Dixon, Dicky, Dickson], Dickinson, Didier

Diego - Theodoric
Diego, Dieter, Dietrich [Dirk, Diederick], Digby, Diggory [Digory, Diggery, Diggorey], Dillon [Dilon, Dilan, Dillen, Dillan], Dimitri [Dima], Dinesh, Dingo, Dino, Dion [Dionte, Diandre, Diondre], Dionysius [Dion, Dionio, Dioniso, Dionysos, Dionisio, Dionysus, Dionysios], Dirk [Dirck, Dieric, Dierck, Dierick], Dixon [Dix, Dickson], Dylan [Dillan, Dillon], James [Diego, Diogo], Jeremiah [Diarmid], Richard [Dick, Dicky, Dickie], Theobald [Dietbald, Dietbold], Theodoric [Dirk, Dirck, Dieter, Dietrich]