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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. DA-nee-ehl(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

Hungarian and Faroese form of DANIEL.
VariantDánjal(Faroese)
DiminutiveDani(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesDanyal(Arabic) Daniel, Taniel(Armenian) Danel(Basque) Daniil(Belarusian) Daniel(Biblical) Daniel(Biblical Greek) Daniyyel(Biblical Hebrew) Danihel(Biblical Latin) Deniel(Breton) Danail, Daniel, Dancho(Bulgarian) Danijel, Danilo, Daniel, Danko(Croatian) Daniel, Dan(Czech) Daniel, Dan(Danish) Daniël, Daan, Dani(Dutch) Daniel, Dan, Dannie, Danny(English) Taneli, Tatu(Finnish) Daniel, Dan, Dany(French) Daniel(Georgian) Daniel, Dan(German) Daniil(Greek) Daniel(Hebrew) Daníel(Icelandic) Daniele, Danilo(Italian) Daniels(Latvian) Danielius(Lithuanian) Daniel, Dančo(Macedonian) Daniel, Dan(Norwegian) Danyal(Persian) Daniel(Polish) Daniel, Danilo, Dan(Portuguese) Daniel, Dan, Dănuț(Romanian) Daniil, Danila(Russian) Danijel, Danilo, Danko(Serbian) Daniel(Slovak) Daniel, Danijel, Danilo(Slovene) Daniel, Danilo, Dan, Dani(Spanish) Daniel, Dan, Danne(Swedish) Danyal(Turkish) Danyal(Urdu) Deiniol(Welsh)
Same SpellingDaníel, Daniël
User SubmissionDaniél
Czech Republic: December 17 (as Daniel)
France: December 11 (as Daniel)
Germany: July 21 (as Daniel)
Greece: December 17 (as Daniel)
Hungary: July 21
Poland: April 10 (as Daniel)
Poland: July 15 (as Daniel)
Poland: July 21 (as Daniel)
Poland: October 13 (as Daniel)
Poland: December 10 (as Daniel)
Slovakia: July 21 (as Daniel)
Sweden: December 11 (as Daniel)

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