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Girl Names Starting with Do-

Do- baby names and what they mean, with 45 results. Adoption of these girl names reached its highest 98 years ago (USAGE OF 5.49%) and has become much reduced since (USAGE 0.05%, 99%), with names such as Dortha becoming somewhat outmoded. Dosch (TOP 12%) and Dostal (10%) are popular Do- surnames. Here is the list of Do- names for boys.

Do- names

Dobra - Donnay | Donnica - Dorsey | Dory - Dowan

Dobra - Donnay

Form of Deborah. Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Bee." Dobra (TOP 55%), like Delabra (TOP 55%), Dambra (16%), is a popular -bra suffix last name. See also Doura.

Theodosia and variants

Dosia, Docia1
Forms of Theodosia. Derived fr. Greek language. "God's gift." Less used today. Docia was the variant last appearing (1910-1919) in the Top 2000.

Eudocia and variants

Doxy, Doxie, Docie, Docia2
Var. of Eudocia. Root fr. Greek. "Good reputation; comfort." Docia has fallen off in popularity as a girls' name circa the 1880s.

Based on Latin word. "Biddable." Docila is not in the Top 2000. See also Docia.

Dodie and variants

Dodie, var. Dody, Dodi, Dodey, Dodee, Doda
Root fr. Hebrew element. "Well loved." Dodie is common (UPPER 95%) as a feminine name, whereas Doda, Dodee, Dodey, Dodi and Dody are rare.


Form of Adeola. Stems fr. Nigerian element. "The crown brings honor." Dola is commonly used as a children's name among the variant forms of Adeola. See also Delia.

Dolly and variants

Dolly, var. Dollie, Dolley, Dollee
From English element. .. American First Lady Dolley Madison. Less widespread today. Dolly was the variation last found (the 1970s) in the Top 2000.

Dolores and variants

Dolores, var. Doloritas, Dolorita, Dolorcitas, Dolorcita
Origin fr. Spanish. "Sorrows." Dolores is recognizable (TOP 4%) as a given name, while Dolorcita, Dolorcitas, Dolorita and Doloritas are atypical.

Derivative of Latin element. "Lady." Domina is a rarely occurring women's name, registering often (TOP 22%) as a surname. See also Dimona.

Dominique and variants

Dominique, var. Domorique, Domitia, Dominica1, Domino, Dominika, Dominizia, Dominie, Dominica2, Domini, Domineke, Dominga, Domineek, Dominee, Domenique, Domenica, Domeniga, Domanique, Domaneke
Origin fr. French, Latin languages. "Lord." Dominique has waned in popularity as a baby name circa 1992.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Docia, Docie, Dodie, Dola, Dollie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Dolly, Dolores, Domenica, Dominga, Dominica

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Dominique, Domitila, Dona, Donella, Donetta

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Donia, Donielle, Donisha, Donita, Donna

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Do- names: Donnalee, Donnamarie, Donnie, Donya, Dosia

Domitilla and variants

Domitilla, var. Domitilia, Domitila, Domicia
Based on Latin element. Clan name .. Less widespread today. Domitila was the variation last found (1880-1889) in the Top 2000.


Root fr. Spanish language. "Lady." Used somewhat widely as a girls' name, Dona is comparable to the common Dawna. See also Dane.

Donalda and variants

Donalda, var. Donita1, Donia1, Donetta1, Donelda, Donaldina, Donaline, Donaldette, Dona2
Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic languages. "World mighty." Dona (UPPER 18%), Donita (35%) and Donetta (64%) are common as women's names.

Donata, var. Donatilia, Donatila
Derived fr. Latin. "Given." Donate (UPPER 30%), Donath (16%) are popular surnames.

Form of Adoncia. Root fr. Spanish language. "Sweet." Not widespread. Doncia is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Donia.

Form of Danielle. Based on Hebrew, French languages. "God is my Judge." Not Top 2000 name. See also Donelle.

Denelle and variants

Donelle1, Donella1, Donell
Var. of Denelle. Modern name .. Donella is commonplace as a birth name among the versions of Denelle.

Donnica1, Donika
Forms of Danica. Derivative of Slavic, Latin. "Morning star; from Denmark." Rare as children's names, but Donika and Donnica are similar to the more popular Donita.

Donna and variants

Donna, var. Donya, Donny, Donnisse, Donnie, Donni, Donnica2, Donnelle, Donnella, Donnell, Donnalyn, Donnamarie, Donnalee, Donita2, Donisha, Donica, Donielle, Donia2, Donetta2, Donelle2, Donalie, Donella2, Dona3
Origin fr. Italian element. "Lady." Donalie, Donelle, Donica, Donnalyn and Donnell are more unusual as girls' names among the variant forms of Donna.

Var. of Danae. Source fr. Greek. Mythology .. Donnay, like the similar-sounding Danny, exists more often as a surname. See also Donny.

Quick Reference

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

1. Dobra - Donnay
Deborah [Dobra], Theodosia [Dosia, Docia], Eudocia [Doxy, Doxie, Docie, Docia], Docila, Dodie [Dody, Dodi, Doda, Dodey, Dodee], Adeola [Dola], Dolly [Dollie, Dolley, Dollee], Dolores [Dolorita, Doloritas, Dolorcita, Dolorcitas], Domina, Dominique [Domino, Domitia, Dominica, Dominika, Domorique, Dominizia, ..], Domitilla [Domicia, Domitila, Domitilia], Dona, Donalda [Donia, Donita, Donetta, Donelda, Donaline, Donaldina, ..], Donata [Donatila, Donatilia], Adoncia [Doncia], Danielle [Doneille], Denelle [Donell, Donelle, Donella], Danica [Donika, Donnica], Donna [Donya, Donny, Donni, Donnie, Donnica, Donnisse, ..], Danae [Donnay]

Dana [Donnica], Theodora [Dora], Pandora [Dora, Doura], Dora [Dory, Dorrie, Dorita, Dorine, Dorlisa, Dorinda, ..], Eudora [Dora, Dorie, Dorey], Adora [Dory, Dori, Dorry, Dorri, Dorie, Dorrie, ..], Dorcas [Dorkas, Dorcie, Dorcass], Dorcey [Dorsey], Doreen [Doryne, Dorine, Doreyn, Dorene, Dorreen], Doretta, Doria [Dory, Dorria, Dorrian, Dorienne, Dorianne, Dorianna, ..], Daria [Dorian, Doriane], Dorinda [Dorrinda], Derinda [Dorinda], Doris [Dory, Dorys, Dorry, Doryse, Dorrys, Dorris, ..], Dorma [Dorrma], Dorona [Doran, Dorran], Dorothy [Dot, Dotty, Dosya, Dosha, Dottie, Dottey, ..], Dorrit [Doritt, Dorita], Dorsey [Dorsie, Dorsea, Dorsay, Dorcie, Dorseigh]

Dory, Douce, Dove [Dova], Doveva, Dawn [Dowan]

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