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Girl Names Starting with Del-

Del- baby names and what they mean, with 23 results. Usage of these girl names was at its peak during the years 1930-1939 (USAGE OF 0.61%) and has become much lower since (USAGE 0.3%, DOWN 50.9%), with names like Deloris becoming less in vogue. Delaney (#248) and Delilah (#94) are two of the more fashionable birth names in this compilation, while Delage (TOP 22%) and Delillo (24%) are popular Del- last names. Here is the list of Del- names for boys.

Del- names

Del - Delora | Delores - Delta

Del - Delora

Adelaide and variants

Delly1, Delli, Delle1, Della1, Dell1, Del
Var. of Adelaide. Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble kind." Common as surnames, and Dell (UPPER 3%) is comparable to popular -ell last names Vell (UPPER 72%), Dwinell (22%).

Alida and variants

Della2, Dela1
Forms of Alida. Root fr. Latin element. "Small winged one." Della has waned in popularity as a children's name circa the 1880s.

De- and variants

Delyse1, Delynden, Delyn, Deloise, Delisa1, Delina1, Delinda, Delicia1, Delena1, Deleena, Delaree, Delandra, Delara, Delana1
Forms of De-. Stems fr. American language. Combination of the De prefix with .. Delana, Delena, Delicia, Delina, Delinda, Delisa and Deloise are more generally used as baby names among the forms of De-.


Variant of Delano, Franklin D Roosevelt's .. Delana is a common (TOP 57%) feminine name, and appears regularly (TOP 54%) as a surname. See also Delyn.

Delancey, var. Delancy, Delancie
Source fr. French language. .. Delancey Street in New York City .. Delaney (TOP 1%), Delacey (49%) are popular surnames.

Delaney and variants

Delaney, var. Delene, Delena2, Delayne, Delayna, Delany, Delane, Delanie, Delainy, Delainey, Delaine, Delaina
Origin fr. Old French language. "From the alder grove." Delena (TOP 67%) and Delaine (72%) are common as first names.

Delsine, Delcine, Delcina
Var. of Dulce. From Latin. "Sweet." Delcina, Delcine and Delsine were not among 2018's Top names.

Delfina and variants

Delfina, var. Delphine, Delphia, Delphi
Derivative of Latin element. "Dolphin." Delphi is exclusive as a baby name among the variant forms of Delfina.

Cordelia and variants

Della3, Delie, Delia1
Var. of Cordelia. Source fr. Latin language. "Heart." Usage of Delia and Della as girls' names has trended downward circa the 1880s.


Form of Bedelia. Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Exalted one." Delia was a Top birth name in 2018. See also Deelia.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Del- names: Dela, Delaine, Delana, Delaney, Delanie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Del- names: Delena, Delfina, Delia, Delicia, Delight

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Del- names: Delila, Delilah, Delina, Delinda, Delisa

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Del- names: Dell, Della, Delma, Deloise, Delora

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Del- names: Delores, Deloris, Delphia, Delphine

Var. of Amelia. Origin fr. Latin, Old German words. "Rival, eager work." Delia is a commonplace (TOP 11%) women's name, and is found regularly (TOP 4%) as a surname. See also Celia.

Delia4, var. Delya
Stems fr. Greek. "From Delos." Delia and variants grew in popularity a century ago and have become less widespread, with Delia becoming less trendy.

Delicia and variants

Delicia2, var. Delyssa, Delysia, Delyse2, Dellise, Dellis, Deliza, Della4, Deliz, Delissa, Delisha, Delise, Delis, Delisa2, Delice, Dela2
Root fr. Latin element. "Pleasure, delight." Della is a Top 2000 baby name.


Source fr. Old French element. The emotion as a name. Adoption of Delight was at a high in the 1930s.

Delilah and variants

Delilah, var. Delila
Based on Hebrew word. "Languishing, lovelorn, seductive." Delilah and Delila are more prevalent as children's names compared to other variant forms.

Adeline and variants

Delyne, Delly2, Dellina, Deline, Delina2
Var. of Adeline. Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble." Somewhat popular as girls' names, Delina, Deline, etc. are pronounced like the common Delaine.

Della5, var. Delline, Dellene, Delle2, Dell2
From German element. "Noble." Dell (TOP 3%), Della (29%) and Delle (49%) exist regularly as surnames.

Form of Deyanira. Derivative of Spanish, Greek. "Devastating, capable of great destruction." Unique, with the feminine-sounding -ira ending for Dellanira, like Deyanira.

Delma and variants

Delma, var. Delmy, Delmira, Delmi
Origin fr. German element. "Noble, famous." Delmi and Delmira are more unusual as children's names among the variations of Delma.

Dolores and variants

Deloris, Deloria, Delores, Delora
Forms of Dolores. Derived fr. Spanish language. "Sorrows." Deloria is novel as a girls' name among the variant forms of Dolores.

Quick Reference

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

1. Del - Delora
Adelaide [Del, Dell, Delly, Delli, Delle, Della], Alida [Dela, Della], De- [Delyn, Delyse, Delisa, Delina, Deloise, Delinda, Delicia, Delynden, ..], Delana, Delancey [Delancy, Delancie], Delaney [Delene, Delena, Delany, Delane, Delayne, Delayna, Delanie, Delainy, ..], Dulce [Delsine, Delcine, Delcina], Delfina [Delphi, Delphia, Delphine], Cordelia [Della, Delie, Delia], Bedelia [Delia], Amelia [Delia], Delia [Delya], Delicia [Della, Deliz, Delyse, Dellis, Deliza, Delyssa, Delysia, Dellise, ..], Delight, Delilah [Delila], Adeline [Delly, Delyne, Deline, Delina, Dellina], Della [Dell, Delle, Delline, Dellene], Deyanira [Dellanira], Delma [Delmy, Delmi, Delmira], Dolores [Delora, Deloris, Deloria, Delores]

Delores [Delora, Deloris], Delphine [Delfa, Delfin, Delpha, Delfyne, Delfine, Delphina, Delphinia, Delphinea], Delta [Dellta]

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