DANI (2)
GENDER: Masculine
Meaning & History
Hungarian diminutive of DÁNIEL and Spanish diminutive of DANIEL.
Related Names
FEMININE FORM: Daniela (Spanish)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Danyal (Arabic), Daniel, Taniel (Armenian), Danel (Basque), Daniel (Biblical), Daniel (Biblical Greek), Daniyyel (Biblical Hebrew), Danihel (Biblical Latin), Deniel (Breton), Danail (Bulgarian), Danijel, Danilo, Daniel, Danko (Croatian), Daniel, Dan (Czech), Daniel, Dan (Danish), Daniël, Daan (Dutch), Daniel, Dan, Dannie, Danny (English), Taneli, Tatu (Finnish), Daniel, Dan (French), Daniel (Georgian), Daniel, Dan (German), Daniel (Hebrew), Daniele, Danilo (Italian), Daniels (Latvian), Danielius (Lithuanian), Daniel (Macedonian), Daniel, Dan (Norwegian), Danyal (Persian), Daniel (Polish), Daniel, Danilo (Portuguese), Daniel, Dan, Dănuț (Romanian), Daniil (Russian), Danijel, Danilo, Danko (Serbian), Daniel (Slovak), Daniel, Danijel, Danilo (Slovene), Daniel, Dan (Swedish), Danyal (Turkish), Danyal (Urdu), Deiniol (Welsh)
Popularity
United States  - 
Netherlands  ranked #55 for boys
 ranked #318 for girls