This is messed up, just use Dmitri.
My Czech great-great-great-great grandfather was named Dimitri.
In my opinion, this name is refined and wonderful.
Dimitri Rascalov is the main antagonist of the video game Grand Theft Auto IV.
Dimitri is the name of Konstantin Levin and Kitty Shcherbatskaya's child in Anna Karenina.
The Russian spelling provided in this entry is properly transcribed as Dimitriy. You might want to make a mention of that somewhere, as I see that Dimitriy is not in the main database. Could it even be that Dimitriy is actually the proper Church Slavic form and that Dimitri is a variant transcription?
The name of one of the three lords in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Dimitri Allen is one of the villains of the DS game- Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.
I have a friend named Dimitri but I just call him dim for dim.
The name Dimitri was given to 219 boys born in the US in 2016.
Dimitri is a a type of the ancient main male name Dimitrios. Dimitri is an ancient Greek (derives from the Goddess Δήμητρα Demetra - Dimitra, γαια => γα=δα / γη=δη => μήτηρ=μήτρα = μάνα => Δήμητηρ = μάνα γή, γαία = earth and μήτηρ = mother).
It was used as the name among the ancient Greeks, Romans and was very common in medieval and modern Greece. The high frequency of the name is due to the homonymous saint of Christianity the Holy Great Martyr Demetrios.
The name Dimitri was given to 195 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
This name is also commonly used in Georgia. In fact, Dimitri is more common there than Demetre, which is the actual Georgian form of Demetrius.

In Georgian, Dimitri is written as: დიმიტრი.
I will provide some sources that back this up. But first, you should know that the IPA transcription of the Georgian pronunciation of Dimitri is /dimitʼri/ : [noted -ed] (in English)

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- Dimitri (1803-1845), a Georgian prince: (in English)
- Dimitri Amilakhvari (1906-1942), a French military officer of noble Georgian descent: (in English)
- Dimitri Arakishvili (1873-1953), a Georgian composer: (in English)
- Dimitri Bakradze (1826-1890), a Georgian scholar: (in English)
- Dimitri Basilaia (b. 1985), a Georgian rugby union player: (in English)
- Dimitri Gedevanishvili (b. 1993), a Georgian alpine skier: (in English)
- Dimitri Gvindadze (b. 1973), a Georgian economist and politician: (in English)
- Dimitri Jorjadze (1898-1985), a Georgian nobleman: (in English)
- Dimitri Khundadze (b. 1968), a Georgian politician: (in English)
- Dimitri Kipiani (1814-1887), a Georgian statesman: (in English)
- Dimitri Kumsishvili (b. 1974), a Georgian politician: (in English)
- Dimitri Shashkini (b. 1975), a Georgian politician of Russian descent: (in English)
- Dimitri Shevardnadze (1885-1937), a Georgian painter: (in English)
- Dimitri Tatanashvili (b. 1983), a Georgian soccer player: (in English)
- Dimitri Tavadze (1911-1990), a Georgian artist and scenographer: (in English)
- Dimitri Uznadze (1886-1950), a Georgian psychologist and professor: (in English)
- Dimitri Yachvili (b. 1980), a French rugby union player of Georgian descent: (in English)
- (general): (lists only bearers living in Georgia)
Dimitri (1648-1649) was the oldest son of Alexei of Russia and his wife Maria.
Dimitri Patterson is an American football player.
The name DIMITRI derives from the Greek ancient religion and mythology. From the goddess Dimitra ( Δημητρα), the goddess of land, agriculture. This name itself derives from the Greek words: DI-MITRA, in Greek ΔΗ-ΜΗΤΡΑ > ΓΗ-ΜΗΤΗΡ=Mother earth.
When I see the name Dimitri I don't picture dark jaded vampires or a nickname for a handsome Greek man named Demetrius.

All I picture is a tall attractive Russian man with dark hair, blur eyes, and a bit of stubble on his face. Basically just like every Russian Spy named Dimitri on TV or in movies.

In sort I love this name and it is at the top of my list, for whatever reason it just seems warm and inviting to me. Not at all like the rough and scary characters that often sport the name.
The Greek way to write this name is Dimitrios or Demetrios. This name is a strong sounding name and has been in use for ages. A very nice name.
Dimitri is a character in the series Vampire Academy by Richelle Meadd. He's a dhampir guardian and the main character's Rose's mentor and love interest.
This is a really nice name. It reminds me of somebody that smart and slightly mysterious.
I love this name! I picture someone dark, and confident, yet mysterious and disturbed at the same time.

A famous bearer of Dimitri is a vampire from the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer. He is a member of the Volturi and is a renowned tracker. His first appearance is in New Moon, but he also reappears in Breaking Dawn.
Two famous bearers of the name Dimitri are Dmitri Shostakovich, the famous Russian composer and Dimitri Martin a well known comedian.
Actually, there is only one spelling of it in Russian, it's just when it was transcribed into English, it can be done so a number of different ways.
This name is AWESOME! The name Dimitri just reminds me of someone dark and mysterious. Awesome.
This name reminds me of someone sleezy.
In the movie "Anastasia" (1997) the male main character was named this. Voiced by John Cusack. Set in imperial Russia, the character was supposed to be a man who was a servant in the Romanov Palace who helped young Princess Anastasia escape the execution of her whole family. Years passed and Anastasia (Anya) is lost. Later Dimitri finds her and reunites her with her grandmother.
The female form is Dimitra.
The name is not Slavic (Russian), it is Greek. It comes from the St. Dimitrios which is a Greek Orthodox church saint. The Russians adopted the name and changed its spelling to a number of different ways. Such as Dmitry, Dmtry, Dima, Demetry, Dmetry.
I read it came from the Greek godess Demeter.

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