English Submitted Names

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DAIMON m Greek Mythology, English (American)
As a modern English name, this is used as a variant of Damon.
DAIRE m English
Anglicised form of Dáire.
DAISEY f English
Variant of Daisy.
DAISHA f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
DAISYE f English
Variant of Daisy.
DAISYMAE f English
Combination of Daisy and Mae.
DAJA f Literature, English (Modern)
Name of one of the main characters in Tamora Pierce's Circle of Magic series.
DAJOHN m English (American)
Combination of the prefix Da and John.
DAKHOTA f & m English
Variant of Dakota.
DAKIN m English
From the traditionally English surname derived from a pet form of the English surname Day, itself derived from a pet form of David.
DAKODA m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Dakota.
DAKOTAH m & f English
Variant of Dakota.
DALARY f English (American, Modern)
A modern invented name. Probably related to the word "dollar" or Dallas.
DALEEN f English
Diminutive of Magdalene.
DALENA f English (Rare)
Possibly a short form of Magdalena or a variant of Delina. Apparently this is also used as a feminine elaboration of Dale.
DALGLIESH m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Dalgliesh.
DALI f Spanish, English
Diminutive of Dalia and variant of Dolly.
DALI f English
Transferred use of the surname Dali.
DALIAN m English (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. This name might be a masculinization of Dalia or Dahlia, but it could also be a combination of Dale with either Ian or the English suffix -ian, which is ultimately derived from the Latin suffix -ianus.... [more]
DALIS f English
Variant of Dallas.
DALISHA f English (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a variant of Delicia via its other variant Delisha.
DALLIN m English
Old English, meaning "pride's people". Old Norse, English meaning "from the valley". Irish meaning "blind", a Saint's name.
DALLIS f & m English
Variant of Dallas.
DALLON m English
A famous bearer is Dallon Weekes, who played bass for band Panic! At The Disco
DALLY m English (American), Literature, Indonesian
Short form of Dallas. Dallas 'Dally' Winston from the novel The Outsiders by S.E Hinton bears this name.
DALLYN m English
Variant of Dallin.
DALTYN m English
Variant of Dalton.
DAMAIN m English
Probably a variant form of Damian.
DAMARUS f & m English (Rare)
As a feminine name, it may be a variant of Damaris.
DAMASCUS m English
The name of Damascus first appeared in the geographical list of Thutmose III as T-m-ś-q in the 15th century BC. The etymology of the ancient name "T-m-ś-q" is uncertain, but it is suspected to be pre-Semitic... [more]
DAMEON m English
Variant of Damian.
DAMERON m & f English (American, Rare)
Possibly from the surname Dameron.
DAMIANNE f English
Feminine form of Damian.
DAMIENNE f French, English
Feminine form of Damien.
DAMNED m English (Puritan)
Diminutive of If-Christ-had-not-died-for-thee-thou-hadst-been-damned. Meaning, "condemned by God to suffer eternal punishment in hell."
DAMOND m English (American)
Possibly a variant of Damon.
DAMYA f French, English (Rare)
Feminine form of Damian.
DANAIE f English
Variant of Danaë.
DANALI f & m English (Modern)
Variant of Denali.
DANALIZZE f English (Rare)
combination of Dana and Lizzy.
DANCE f English (Rare)
Possibly from the English verb dance.
DANDELION f English (Rare)
The English name, Dandelion, is a corruption of the French dent de lion meaning "lion's tooth", referring to the coarsely toothed leaves. It is usually is used as a nickname.
DANEA f English (American, Rare)
Possibly a variant of Danaë.
DANELL m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Danell or a variant of Danielle.
DANELLE f English (Modern)
Form of Danielle
DANETTA f English
Feminine diminutive of DANIEL
DANEVE f English (Australian)
Meaning unknown, of Australian origin; it is a combination of Danielle and Eve.
DANGER m & f English
From the English word "danger" meaning "liability to exposure to harm or risk; an instance or cause of liable harm; or ability to harm; someone's dominion or power to harm". From the Middle English daunger 'power, dominion, peril', ultimately derived from the Latin dominus 'lord, master'.... [more]
DANICE f English
Danice a name for girls has its root in Old English, and the meaning of the name Danice is "God is my Judge". Danice is an alternate spelling of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine variation of Daniel... [more]
DANIELETTE f English (Rare)
Extremely rare feminine form of Daniel.
DANIELL f & m English (American)
Variant spelling of Danielle or Daniel.
DANIETTE f English (Rare)
Feminine diminutive of Daniel. See also Danette.
DANIKAH f English
Variant of Danica.
DANISE f English (Modern)
Variant of Denise.
DANNAH f English (Modern)
Variant of Danna (the spelling perhaps influenced by that of the rhyming name Hannah).
DANNEY m English
Variant of Danny.
DANNIEL m English
Variant of Daniel.
DANNII f English (Australian)
Variant of Danni. A notable bearer is Australian singer Dannii Minogue (1971-).
DANNO m English
Rare dimuintive, or nick-name, for Daniel.
DANNON m English (American, Modern)
Of unknown origin and meaning. Possibly a variant of DANIEL or DANE, or perhaps a diminutive of either with 'dan' plus the suffix 'non' to give it a Celtic or French sound.... [more]
DANON m English (Modern)
Meaning unknown. It's possibly a variant of Dannon. Also could be influenced by Daniel.
DANYAAL m English (Rare), Arabic
Rare variant of Daniel and a variant transcription of Danyal
DANYEL f & m English (Modern)
Variant spelling of Danielle or Daniel.
DANYELL f English (Modern)
Variant spelling of Danielle, which supposedly originated in the American state of Louisiana.
DANYON m English
First known from Olympic gold medallist swimmer Danyon Loader of New Zealand. Now becoming more popular in New Zealand.
DANZEL m English (Rare)
Variant of Denzel, possibly influenced by Daniel.
DAPH f English
Short form of Daphne.
DAPHNEY f English (Modern)
English variant of Daphne.
DAPHNIE f English
Variant of Daphne.
DARBE f & m English
Variant of Darby.
DARBEE f English
Variant of Darby.
DARBEY m English
Variant of Darby.
DARBI f & m English
Variant of Darby.
DARBIE f English
Variant of Darby.
DARBYE f English
Variant of Darby.
DARCAS f English
Presumably an archaic form of Dorcas.... [more]
DARCE m & f English
Diminutive of Darcy.
DARCI f English (Modern)
Feminine variant of Darcy.
DARCIA f English (Rare), Dutch (Rare), Spanish (Mexican, Rare), Swiss (Rare)
In English-speaking countries, this name is probably a variant of Darcy, one that may have been inspired by the name Marcia.... [more]
DARCILLA f English (Rare)
Probably an elaboration of Darcy with the clearly feminine ending illa.
DARCUS m English
Possibly a blend of the names Darius and Marcus. A known bearer of this name is Darcus Howe, a British broadcaster, columnist and civil rights campaigner.
D'ARCY m English
Variant of Darcy.
DARDANELLA f English (Rare), Popular Culture
From the name of the Dardanelles, one of the straits that separate European Turkey from Asian Turkey. The place name apparently derives from the name of Dardanos, son of Zeus and Electra in Greek myth.... [more]
DARE f & m English (Rare)
From an English surname of uncertain meaning. It was borne by Canadian American photographer and author Dare Wright (1914-2001).
DAREL m & f English (Rare), Hebrew (Rare)
In Hebrew it’s a combination of the name Dar, means "(mother of) pearl, nacre" and El, reference to God. In English it’s used as variant of Darell.
DARENA f English
Feminime form of Daren. Can also mean "beautiful".
DARIANN f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Darian.
DARIELLE f English
Likely an invented name, a combination of DARIA and ELLE
DARIENNE f English
Variant of Darien.
DARLAINE f English
Variant of Darlene.
DARLAN m Brazilian, English
Unknown meaning.
DARLEE f English (Modern)
Variant of Darlene using the popular name suffix lee.
DARLIE f English
Diminutive of Darlene.
DARLINE f English
Variant of Darlene.
DARLING f & m English, Spanish (Latin American), Filipino
Transferred use of the surname Darling, or else derived directly from the word.
DARNEL m English
Variant of Darnell.
DARNIELLE f English (Australian, Rare), English (New Zealand, Rare)
Likely an invented name. It might possibly be a variant of Danielle, possibly influenced by Darnell. It's also a surname of unknown meaning or origin.
DAROLD m English (American, Rare)
This given name originated in the United States, where it is a combination of a name starting with Dar- (such as Darrell, Darryl and Darren) with Harold. Also compare the name Derald, which in some cases can be a variant form of this name.... [more]
DARON m English
Variant of Darren. A known bearer of this name was the American country singer Daron Norwood (1965-2015).
DARRENA f English
Feminine form of Darren.
DARRENE f English
Feminine form of Darren.
DARRETH m English (British)
Variant of Dareth.
DARRIAN m & f English
Variant of Darian.
DARRICK m English
Either a variant form of Derrick, or a blend of a name starting with Dar- (such as Darren or Darryl) with Rick.
DARRIEN m & f English
Variant of Darien.
DARROLL m English
Variant of Darrell.
DARRY m English
Diminutive of DARRELL or other names beginning with the element Darr.
DARRYLL m English
Variant of Darrell.
DARSEE m & f English
Variant of Darcy.
DARSIE f English
Variant of Darcy.
DARTANIAN m English (American, Rare)
Anglicized form of D'Artagnan. A known bearer of this name is the American up-and-coming child actor Dartanian Sloan.
DARVA f English (American)
Origin unknown.
DARVIN m English
Variant of Darwin.
DARWINA f English
Feminine form of Darwin.
DARWYN m English
Variant of Darwin.
DARYLYN f English (Modern)
Combination of Daryl and the popular name suffix lyn.
DARYN m & f English (Canadian)
Variant of the name Darren.
DASH m English
Short form of Dashiell.
DASIA f English, Russian
Variant of Dasha.
DAVALYNN f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Allegedly a feminization of David via its short form Dave and the popular name suffix -lynn.
DAVAN f English
Feminine variant of Dave or David.
DAVEE m & f English
Variant of Davy.
DAVEED m English
Variant of David.
DAVEIGH f English
Modern coinage, a feminine form of David. Actress Daveigh Chase is a famous bearer.
DAVELINE f English (Modern, Rare)
Presumably a feminization of David combining its short form Dave with the common feminine name suffix -line.
DAVENIE f English
Davenie is the birth name of Joey Heatherton (born September 14, 1944), an American actress, dancer, and singer.
DAVENPORT f English
Transferred use of the surname Davenport.
DAVIDSON m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Davidson.
DAVINCI m English
Derived from Leonardo da Vinci, with da Vinci meaning "of Vinci". Vinci is a village in Italy location near Florence, and it was the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci. The town's name is possibly derived from the Latin vincere 'to win or vanquish'.
DAVYNN f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Davin. Davynn was given to 6 girls in 2012 according to the SSA.
DAWNA f English
Variant of Donna with the influence of "Dawn".
DAWNE f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant spelling of both Dawn and its diminutive Dawnie. The pronunciation of the name depends on which of the two Dawne is based on, which is something that will differ from person to person.
DAWNIA f English (Rare)
Variant form of Dawn, which may possibly have come into being via its diminutive Dawnie. Also compare Dawnya.
DAWNIE f English (Rare)
Diminutive of Dawn.
DAWNIELLE f English (American, Rare)
Combination of Dawn and Danielle. Per the SSA 13 girls were given this name in 1975.
DAWNYALE f African American, English (American)
Variant of Danielle, perhaps inspired by Dawn.
DAWSEN m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Dawson.
DAWSYN f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Dawson.
DAY f & m English
From the English word "day" referring to "a time period of 24 hours" or the time when "the sun is overhead". From the Old English dæġ, from the Proto-Germanic dagaz, from the Proto-Indo-European dʰegʷʰ- meaning 'to burn'.
DAYANARA f Spanish (Latin American), English
Possibly an elaborated form of Dayana or a variant of Deianira... [more]
DAYDREANNE f English (Modern, Rare)
Presumably a feminine form of Dadrian, the spelling altered to resemble the word daydream. This spelling appears to be unique.
DAYLA f English
Possibly a feminine form of Dale, or a variant of Dalia.
DAYLAN m English (American)
Variant of Daylon.
DAYLE m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Dale. Famous masculine bearer was an actor Dale Robertson whose birth name was Dayle Lymoine Robertson.
DAYLEE f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Day and Lee. Might have connection with the Irish/Icelandic name Daley or a trend of the names with the aylee sound found in names such as Hayley and Kaylee.
DAYLENE f English (American, Rare)
Feminine elaboration of Dale using the popular suffix lene.
DAYN f English
Variant of Dane.
DAYNE m English
Variant of Dane.
DAYSEE f English (American, Rare)
Variant of Daisy.
DAYSON m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname.
DAYTIE f English
Diminutive of Daytona or Day
DAYTONA f English (Modern)
Possibly from the name of Daytona Beach, a coastal city in northeastern Florida (U.S.), which was founded in 1870 by Mathias Day, Jr. It could also be thought of as a feminine variant of Dayton.
DAYZIE f English
Variant of Daisy.
DAZY f English
Variant of Daisy.
DEA f Danish, Croatian, English, Slovene, Swedish
Either directly from Latin dea "goddess" or a nickname for Dorotea or Andrea.... [more]
DEAH f English
Variant of Dea.
DEANIE f English (American, Rare), Popular Culture
Feminization of Dean, used rarely but steadily.
DEANTE m English
Variant of Deonte.
DEASIA f English
A variant of Deja, or a combination of the name prefix De- and Asia.
DEBB f English
Variant of Deb.
DEBBEY f English (Rare)
Diminutive of Deborah.
DEBRAH f English
Variant of Deborah.
DEBRALEE f English
Combination of Debra and Lee.
DEBS f English
Diminutive of Deborah.
DEBY f English
Variant of Debbie.
DEC m English
Short form of Declan.
DECAMERON m English (American, Rare)
Combination of the prefix De- and Cameron.... [more]
DECCA f English
Likely a variant of Deca, influenced by the famous record label Decca Records, founded in 1929 in England. Could also be a variable for any name containing the element -dec/k-.
DECEMBER f & m English
Derived from the Latin word decem, meaning "ten". December is the twelfth month on the Georgian calendar. This name is used regularly in America, mostly on females.
DECKLEN m English
Variant of Declan.
DEDERICA f Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Archaic), English (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
Feminine form of Dederico (Italian and Spanish), English variant of Dedericka and Dutch variant of Diederika.
DEDERICKA f English
Feminine form of Dederick.
DEDERIKA f English (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
English variant of Dedericka and Dutch variant of Diederika.
DEDRYCK m English (Modern)
Variant spelling of Dedrick (also compare Dédric). A known bearer of this name is Dedryck Boyata (b. 1990), a Belgian professional soccer player of Congolese descent.
DEEANNA f English (American, Rare)
A variant of Diana that is a combination of the names Dee and Anna.
DEEDEE f English
A nickname for names that start with D. This is the name of Dexter's sister on the cartoon Dexter's Laboratory.