Deacon - Dedrick
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[Diakonos, .. 6 more] Var. of Deacon 1 Derived fr. Greek word. "Dusty one; servant; messenger." A seldom-used given name for baby boys.
[Dino▼, .. 4 more] Var. of Dean 2 Stems fr. Old English language. "Valley; church official." The variant form Dino is a recognizable (Top 73%) masculine name, and it appears commonly (Top 26%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Tino.
[Diandray, Diondrae, Diondray, .. 3 more] Var. of Deandre 3 Derivative of American element. Modern name combining Andre with the prefix De-. The variations Diandray, Diondrae and Diondray are infrequently used as given names.
[Diangelo, .. 1 more] Var. of Deangelo 4 Modern name combining Angelo with the prefix De-. A scarce boys' name, existing more conventionally as a surname.
[Diederick, Diedrick, Dieter, Dietrich, .. 1 more] Var. of Dedrick 5 Derivative of Danish, Old German elements. "People's ruler." The variant forms Diederick, Diedrick, Dieter and Dietrich are unique as men's names. Diedrick (Top 54%), Dieter (12%) and Dietrich (3%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census. ..
Summary of all names grouped by variations for Di- names for boys.
[Deacon - Dedrick]
Deacon [Diakonos], Dean [Dino], Deandre [Diondrae, Diondray], Deangelo [Diangelo], Dedrick [Dieter, Dietrich, ..]
[Deepak - Diamond]
Deepak [Dipak], Delbert [Dilbert], Demas [Dimas], Demetrius [Dimitry, Dimitrious, ..], Demos [Dimos], Dennis [Diot, Dionysus, ..], Derek [Dirk, Dirke], Dermot [Diarmid, Diarmuld], Desiderio [Didier, Dizier], Diamond
[Diarmid - Diggory]
Diarmid [Diarmi, Diarmait], Dice, Dick [Dix, Dixon, ..], Dickinson, Didier, Diego, Dieter, Dietrich [Dirk, Diederick], Digby, Diggory [Digory, Diggorey]
[Dillon - Dylan]
Dillon [Dilon, Dillen, ..], Dimitri [Dima], Dinesh, Dingo, Dino, Dion [Dionte, Diondre], Dionysius [Dionysos, Dionysus, ..], Dirk [Dirck, Dierick, ..], Dixon [Dix, Dickson], Dylan [Dillan, Dillon]
[James - Theodoric]
James [Diego, Diogo], Jeremiah [Diarmid], Richard [Dicky, Dickie], Theobald [Dietbald, Dietbold], Theodoric [Dirk, Dirck, ..]