Derland - Duane
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[Durland] Form of Derland 1 From Old English language. "Land with deer." Durland was not among 2014's Top names. See also Durand.
[Durwin, .. 7 more] Var. of Derwin 2 Based on Old English word. "Gifted friend; dear friend." Outside Top 1000. See also Dorrin. ..
[Dugal, Dugald, Dugall, .. 2 more] Var. of Dougal 3 Root fr. Celtic element. "Dark stranger." Common as surnames. Compare Dugal (top 22%), Dugald, Dugall with common surnames Dural (top 40%), Duggal (36%), which also start with Du-.
[Dugaid, .. 2 more] Var. of Douglas 4 Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Black river." Unique. Dugaid (cf. Sigfrid, Khalid) uses the favored masculine-sounding -id suffix.
Duane [Duante, Duayne, Duwain, Duwaine, Duwayne▼, .. 5 more] 5 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic language. "Dark, swarthy." Duwaine and forms soared in popularity in the 1930s and have become less widespread, with Duane and Duwayne becoming less stylish.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Du- names for boys.Derland - Duane
Derland [Durland], Derwin [Durwin], Dougal [Dugal, Dugald, Dugall], Douglas [Dugaid], Duane [Duante, Duayne, Duwain, Duwaine, Duwayne]Duarte - Durward
Duarte [Duardo], Dudley, Duff [Duffy, Duffey, Duffie], Dugan [Duggan], Duke, Dumont, Dunbar, Duncan [Dunc, Dunn], Dundee, Dunham, Dunley [Dunly, Dunlie, Dunnlea, Dunnley, Dunleigh, Dunnleigh], Dunlop, Dunmore, Dunn [Dunne], Dunstan [Dunsten, Dunstin, Dunston], Dunton, Durand [Duran, Durant, Durante, Durrant], Durbin, Dureau [Durell, Durrell], DurwardDurwin - Marmaduke
Durwin [Durwyn], Duryea, Dustin [Dusty, Dustan, Dusten, Duston, Dustyn], Duvall [Duval], Dwayne [Duane, Duwain, Duwayne], Edward [Duarte], Marmaduke [Duke]