Name Element DIN (2)

TYPE: Word
OTHER SCRIPTS: דִּין (Ancient Hebrew)

Meaning & History

Hebrew word meaning "to judge".
GIVEN NAME DESCENDANTS: Danyal (Arabic), Daniel, Taniel (Armenian), Danel (Basque), Abidan, Dan, Daniel (Biblical), Abidan, Daniel (Biblical Greek), Avidan, Dan, Daniyyel (Biblical Hebrew), Abidan, Danihel (Biblical Latin), Deniel (Breton), Danail, Daniel, Daniela (Bulgarian), Danijel, Danijela, Danilo, Daniel (Croatian), Daniel, Daniela (Czech), Daniel (Danish), Daniël, Daniëlle (Dutch), Daniel, Daniela, Daniella, Danielle (English), Dániel, Dánjal (Faroese), Taneli (Finnish), Daniel, Danièle, Danielle (French), Daniel (Georgian), Daniel, Daniela (German), Daniil (Greek), Avidan, Dan, Dana, Daniel, Danya (Hebrew), Dániel (Hungarian), Daníel (Icelandic), Daniela, Daniele, Danilo (Italian), Daniels (Latvian), Nélida (Literature), Danielius, Danutė (Lithuanian), Daniel, Daniela (Macedonian), Daniel (Norwegian), Danyal (Persian), Daniel, Danuta (Polish), Daniel, Daniela, Danilo (Portuguese), Daniel, Daniela (Romanian), Daniil (Russian), Danijel, Danijela, Danilo (Serbian), Daniel, Daniela (Slovak), Daniel, Danijel, Danijela, Danilo (Slovene), Daniel, Daniela, Danilo, Nélida (Spanish), Daniel (Swedish), Danyal (Turkish), Danyal (Urdu), Deiniol (Welsh)
SURNAME DESCENDANTS: Danailov, Danielov (Bulgarian), Danielsen (Danish), Danell, Daniel, Daniell, Daniels, Danielson, Dannel, Danniel, Danniell, Dennell (English), Daniau, Daniel, Deniau, Deniaud, Deniel, Dennel (French), Daniel (German), Danielsen (Norwegian), Daniel (Portuguese), Danielsson (Swedish)
SAME SPELLING: din (1)

Sources & References

Entry added May 31, 2018