Meaning & History
Russian, Belarusian and Greek form of DANIEL.
Other Languages & CulturesDanyal(Arabic) Daniel, Taniel(Armenian) Danel(Basque) 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, Danni(Danish) Daniël, Daan, Dani, Danny(Dutch) Daniel, Dan, Dannie, Danny(English) Tanel(Estonian) Dániel, Dánjal(Faroese) Taneli, Tatu(Finnish) Daniel, Dan, Dany(French) Daniel(Georgian) Daniel, Dan(German) Daniel(Hebrew) Dániel, Dani(Hungarian) 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) Danijel, Danilo, Danko(Serbian) Daniel(Slovak) Daniel, Danijel, Danilo(Slovene) Daniel, Danilo, Dan, Dani(Spanish) Daniel, Dan, Danne(Swedish) Danyal(Turkish) Danylo, Danyil(Ukrainian) Danyal(Urdu) Deiniol(Welsh)
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