Submitted Names Starting with D

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m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Dan 1
Daaf m Dutch
Dutch short form of David.
Da-ah f Korean (Rare)
From Sino-Korean 多 (da) meaning "much, many; more than, over" and 娥 (ah) means "Beautiful".
Daahir m Somali
Variant of Dahir.
D'aakyp m Yakut
Yakut form of Yakov.
D'aakypchaan m Yakut
Diminutive form of D'aakyp.
Daam m Dutch (Rare)
Modern Dutch form of Daem.
Daamin m Arabic
Derived from Arabic ضامن (daamin) meaning "guarantor, guarantee", which itself is ultimately derived from Arabic أمن (amn) meaning "security, peace". Also compare Arabic تأمين (ta'min) meaning "insurance".
Daaniel m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of Daniel.
Daanish m Pakistani
Possibly a variant of Danish.
Daantje f Dutch
Feminine diminutive of Daniël.
Daanyaal m Pakistani (Rare, Expatriate)
Form of Daniel used by Pakistanis living in the United Kingdom.
Daara m Persian
Variant transcription of Dara 3.
Dåårfi f Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of Dorotea.
Daario m Literature, Popular Culture
Daario Naharis is the name of a sellsword character from the Song of Ice and Fire books by GRR Martin and the TV show Game of Thrones based upon the former. ... [more]
Daat m Chinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese Chinese form of 達 (see Da).... [more]
Daa'uud m Somali
Somali transcription of داود (see Daud).
Daavi m Greenlandic (Rare)
Greenlandic form of David.
Daavid m Finnish
Variant of David.
Dabaan m Yakut
Means "aspiration, yearning".
Dabi m Basque
Basque form of David.
Dabi f & m Korean (Rare)
da, combinated with "bi" (비) meaning "rain"
Dabí m Medieval Galician, Aragonese
Medieval Galician variant and Aragonese form of David.
Dabııt m Yakut
Yakut form of David.
Da-bin f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many" and 彬 "cultivated, well-bred".
Dabir m Arabic
Tutor.
Dabius m History
St. Dabius, or Davius, Confessor, was an Irish missionary to Scotland. He was part of the great monastic missionary effort in the British Isles, and then in Europe.
Dabney m English
Transferred use of the surname Dabney.
Dąbrówka f Polish
Polish form of Doubravka. This name was borne by the wife of Mieszko I of Poland.
Dabus m Montenegrin (Archaic)
Recorded in Montenegro in the early 1600s.
Đắc m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 得 (đắc) meaning "get, obtain, acquire".
Dacheca f Haitian Creole
Variant of the Russian name Дашка (Dashka), a diminutive of Darya 1 (via Dasha). In the 1960s and 1970s it became popular in Haiti, along with other Russian names such as Nadège, Natacha and Manoucheka.
Dachelin m Medieval English, Anglo-Norman
Probably a Romanic diminutive of Germanic names such as Dagobert that begin with the element tac meaning "day".
Dachelle f African American
An invented name, blending the popular phonetic prefix da and Michelle.
Dacher m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Dacher.
Dachi m Georgian
This name is best known for being the name of king Dachi of Iberia (6th century AD). He was of Iranian descent, for he belonged to the Chosroid dynasty. His paternal grandfather was king Mihrdat V of Iberia and his maternal grandfather was king Hormizd III of the Sasanian Empire.... [more]
Dachoberto m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Dagobert.
Dachonna f Medieval Irish
Means "My Conainne" in Medieval Irish.
Dachuan m Chinese
From Chinese 大 () meaning "big, great, vast, high" combined with 川 (chuān) meaning "river, stream"... [more]
Dachuna f Old Celtic, History (Ecclesiastical)
The name of a medieval saint venerated in Cornwall, who was probably a Celtic Briton.
Dacia f Ancient Roman, Italian, Sicilian
Feminine form of Dacius and Dacio.
Daciano m Italian, Galician
Italian and Galician form of Dacian.
Dacianus m Ancient Roman
Ancient Roman form of Dacian.
Dacien m Medieval French
French form of Datius.
Dácil f Spanish (Canarian)
The name of a Guanche princess of Tenerife who lived during the 15th century. She is best known for her marriage to a Spanish conqueror of the island. According to the scholar Ignacio Reyes García, the name means "footprint, step" in the Guanche language.
Dacil f Guanche
Unaccented form of Dácil.
Dacio m Italian, Galician
Italian and Galician form of Dacius.
Daciu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Dacius.
Dacius m Ancient Roman
Derived from the Roman name Dacia, which is a region now serving as Moldova and Romania.
Dacjan m Polish
Polish form of Dacian.
Dacjusz m Polish
Polish form of Dacius.
Dacken m English (Archaic)
Medieval diminutive of David.
Dəclə f Azerbaijani
Means "the river Tigris" in Azerbaijani.
Dacoda m & f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Dakota (See also Dacota and Dakoda)
Dacota m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Dakota.
Dada f Portuguese
Diminutive of Daiana and Eduarda.
Dadai f Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Ahlai, as used in 1 Chronicles 2:31.... [more]
Dadang m Sundanese
Variant of Tatang.
Dadang f Filipino
Diminutive of Candida, Leonarda and other names ending in da.
Dadaş m Azerbaijani
From Turkish dadaş meaning "brother, young man".
Dadash m Georgian (Rare)
Apparently means "of the mother" in archaic Georgian. Compare modern Georgian დედა (deda) meaning "mother".... [more]
Dadash m Armenian, Azerbaijani
Armenian form of Dadaş as well as an Azerbaijani alternate transcription of the name.
Daday f Filipino
Diminutive of Candida, Leonarda and other names ending in da.
Dade m American (Modern)
Transferred use of the surname Dade.... [more]
Dadhikra m Sanskrit
Possibly deriving from the Sanskrit elements दधि (dadhi), meaning "thickened milk, curd" and kri, meaning "to scatter". This possibly refers to the effect of the morning sun on dew... [more]
Dadila f Uzbek
Derived from dadil meaning "bold, fearless".
Dadirai f Shona
Means "show off" in Shona.
Dadong m Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Diosdado.
Dadrian m American (Modern, Rare)
Created from the name Adrian by adding an initial D.
Daduhepa f Hittite
Of uncertain etymology, although the second element of the name (hepa) likely derives from the Hurrian sun goddess Ḫepat. Name borne by a Hittite queen who was possibly the wife of Tudhaliya I. She is known to have occupied the role of Tawananna (ruling queen) during the reign of Šuppiluliuma I, who is thought to have been her son.
Dadwar m Kurdish
Derived from the Kurdish dadwer meaning "just, fair".
Dadyar m Kurdish
Variant of Dadwar.
Dadzboga f Medieval Polish
Feminine form of Dadzbog.
Dae m Korean
The name Dae has a Korean origin and means "the great one, shining". It is pronounced as the English word "day". ... [more]
Daechu f Korean
From Korean 대추 (daechu) meaning "jujube, date".
Daedrian m English (Modern)
Altered form of Adrian, perhaps influenced by the sound of Dedrick or Deidre.
Dægberht m Anglo-Saxon
Old English cognate of Dagobert, derived from the elements dæg "day" and beorht "bright".
Dæghelm m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements dæg "day" and helm meaning "helmet".
Dæging m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements dæg "day" and the name suffix -ing.
Dæglaf m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements dæg "day" and lāf "legacy, remainder" (from laibō).
Dægmund m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements dæg "day" and mund "protection".
Daehee m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 大 "big, great, vast, large, high" and 熙 (hee) meaning "shine". Other combinations are possible.
Daehong m Korean
From Sino-Korean 大 "big, great, vast, large, high" and 弘 "enlarge, expand; liberal, great", 洪 "vast, immense; flood, deluge" or 泓 meaning "clear, deep pool of water" (hong).
Dae-hwan m Korean
From Sino-Korean 大 "big, great, vast, large, high" and 煥 "shining, brilliant, lustrous".
Dae-hyeon m Korean
Combination of a dae hanja, like 大 or 岱, both meaning "big, large, great," and a hyeon hanja, such as 炫 meaning "bright, brilliant; light, clear," 鉉 meaning "bowstring," 賢 meaning "benevolent; wise, sensible" or 現 meaning "appear, present; show, reveal."
Dae-hyun m Korean
Variant transcription of Dae-hyeon.
Dæja f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Daékat m Aguaruna
From the Awajún daék meaning "vine, rope".
Daekwon m African American (Modern)
Apparently a combination of the phonetic elements day and quan.
Daelin f & m American
Variant of Daylin.
Daely f English (American, Rare)
May be a variant of Daley.
Daelyn f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Dale and the popular name suffix lyn, probably based on similar-sounding names such as Kaylyn, Raelyn and Shaelyn.
Daem m Medieval Dutch
Short form of Adamus and its medieval Dutch form Adaem. To a lesser extent, it was also used to abbreviate Damianus / Damiaen and Damasus / Damaes.
Daemon m Literature
Although in classical mythology, a "daemon" is said to be a malevolent spirit, recent use of this name is almost certainly derived from a literary source.... [more]
Daena f Persian Mythology
The name of a Zoroastrian divinity, taken from the Gathic Avestan daēnā or Sanskrit dhénā and is variously translated as "conscience", "religion", "understanding" or "that which is observed"... [more]
Daeng f & m Thai, Lao
Means "red" in Thai and Lao.
Daentie f Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic form of Daantje.
Daentrai m Thai
Means "three worlds" or "three realms" from Thai แดน (daen) meaning "land, realm, world" and ไตร (trai) meaning "three". More specifically the term refers to the three main realms of existence in Buddhist tradition: kāma-loka ("the world of feeling"), rūpa-loka ("the world of form") and arūpa-loka ("the world of immaterial form").
Daeron m Literature
Derived from Sindarin daer "great". This was the name of a Sindarin Elf in 'The Silmarillion'. Daeron was the greatest of the Elven minstrels.
Daesenor m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Daisenor. In Greek mythology, this is the name of one of the suitors of Penelope.
Da-eun f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many; more than, over" (da), and 恩 "kindness, mercy, charity" or 銀 "silver" (eun).
Daeva m & f Sanskrit, Hinduism
Alternate transcription of Sanskrit देव (see Deva).
Daevy f Khmer
Means "angel" in Khmer.
Daeyang m & f Korean
S. Korean word for 'ocean, deep'.
Daezja f American
Variant of Deja.
Daffa m Indonesian
Likely derived from Arabic ضفة (daffah) meaning "bank, shore".
Daffa' m Arabic
Means "defensive" in Arabic.
Daffni f Welsh
Welsh form of Daphne.
Daffy m English, Popular Culture
Diminutive of David. A popular bearer was the cartoon Daffy Duck.
Dafi m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "silent one" or "lazy one".
Dafi m Welsh
Diminutive of Dafydd.
Dəfnə f Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Daphne.
Dafna f Sicilian, Hungarian
Sicilian form of Dafne and Hungarian variant of Dafné.
Dafné f Hungarian, Provençal
Hungarian and Provençal form of Daphne.
Dafni f Hebrew (Modern)
Diminutive of Dafna.
Dafnie f English, Dutch
Alternate spelling of Daphne
Dafnís m Provençal
Daphnis form of Daphnis.
Dafnita f Spanish
Spanish diminutive of Dafne.
Dafo m Bulgarian
Nickname for David. Dafo Trendafilov, a famous Bulgarian bagpipe (gaida) player.
Dafrosa f Late Roman (?), History (Ecclesiastical)
Meaning uncertain. According to legend, Saint Dafrosa was the mother of Saint Bibiana.
Dafroza f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Dafrosa.
Da-fu m Chinese
Combination of Chinese Characters "大" meaning "Great" and "福" meaning "Good God".
Daga f Swedish, Danish (Rare)
Feminine form of Dag as well as a short form of names beginning with Dag-.
Daga f Kashubian
Diminutive of Dagmara.
Dagamund m Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
Dagán m Old Irish
Meaning uncertain, possibly derived from the Old Irish prefix dag- "good" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Dagaric m Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
Dagarich m German
German form of Dagaric.
Dagbjartur m Icelandic, Faroese
Masculine form of Dagbjört.
Dagbjörg f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Dagbjørg.
Dagbjørg f Norwegian (Rare), Faroese
Relatively modern name (late 19th century) created by combining Old Norse dagr "day" with bjarga "to help, save, rescue".
Dagbjørn m Norwegian (Rare), Faroese (Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements dagr "day" and bjǫrn "bear".
Dagbjört f Icelandic
Means "bright day", derived from the Old Norse elements dagr "day" and bjǫrt "bright, shining" (from bjartr).
Dagbjørt f Faroese
Faroese form of Dagbjört.
Dage m Swedish (Rare)
Variant of Dag.
Dageid f Norwegian (Archaic)
Variant of Dagheid (see Dagheiðr).
Dager m Swedish (Archaic)
Variant of Dag via it's Old Swedish form Dagher.
Dagfari m Icelandic (Rare)
Derived from Old Norse dagr "day" and -fari "farer", from the verb fara "to go, to travel" (compare Náttfari and Sæfari).
Dagfinna f Icelandic
Feminine form of Dagfinnur.
Dagfinnur m Icelandic (Rare), Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese form of Dagfinnr.
Dagfrid f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Dagfríður.
Dagfríð f Faroese
Faroese form of Dagfríður.
Dagfríður f Icelandic
Means "beautiful day", derived from the Old Norse elements dagr "day" and fríðr "beautiful" (originally "beloved").
Daggeir m Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic combination of dagr "day" and geirr "spear".
Daggrós f Icelandic (Modern)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements dǫgg "dew; wetness" and rós "rose".
Daggubati m Telugu
Meaning Unknown.
Dagheiðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements dagr "day" and heiðr meaning "bright, clear", or possibly "heath" or "honor".
Dagheiður f Icelandic
Younger form of Dagheiðr.
Dagher m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Dagr, which means "day."
Daghild f Norwegian (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Derived from Old Norse dagr "day" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle".
Dagim m Oromo
Means 'again' or 'the second (junior)' in Oromiffa.
Dagm m Amharic
It's from Amharic language and Geez which is ancient ethiopian language which is dated 3000 years with Hebrew origins, it means Twice or repeated . Usually given when you look like your parents
Dagmann m Icelandic (Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements dagr meaning "day" and maðr meaning "person, man" (genitive manns).
Dagmāra f Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Dagmar.
Dagmawit f Eastern African, Amharic
Means "again, the second" in Amharic.
Dagmoy f Faroese
Older Faroese form of Dagmar.
Dagmund m Norwegian
Derived from the Old Norse elements dagr "day" and mundr "protection".
Dagna f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Dagny.
Dagne f Amharic
Dagne means "judge" and is of Amharic origin.
Dagnė f Lithuanian
Latvian form of Dagny.
Dagnié m Guernésiais
Guernésiais form of Daniel.
Dagnis m Latvian (Modern)
Masculine form of Dagnija.
Dagnýr m Icelandic
Icelandic masculine form of Dagný.
Dago m Spanish
Diminutive of Dagoberto.
Dago m Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good".
Dagobald m Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
Dagobèrt m Medieval Occitan, Lengadocian (Archaic), Gascon
Languedocian and Gascon form of Dagobert.
Dagoberta f Spanish
Feminine form of Dagoberto.
Dagodubnos m Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good" and dubnos "world".
Dagodurnos m Gaulish
Original Gaulish form of the Latinized Dagodurnus.
Dagodurnus m Gaulish (Latinized)
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good" and durnos "fist".
Dagofrid m Germanic
Means "peaceful day," derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
Dagolitus m Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good" and litu- "festival, celebration, feast".
Dagomar m Germanic, Dutch, German
Means "famous day", derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
Dagomari m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Dagomar.
Dagomarus m Gaulish (Latinized)
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good" and maros "great".
Dagome m Germanic
The name given to Mieszko I, the first historically known Piast duke of the Polans, in Dagome iudex, a document relating to Poland and placing the Polish state under the protection of the Apostolic See... [more]
Dagomér m Hungarian (Archaic)
Hungarian borrowing of Dagomar.
Dagonet m Arthurian Cycle
Meaning unknown, possibly from Old English dæg "day". Dagonet or Daguenet was a witless Knight of the Round Table in Arthurian legend, usually described as the king's fool. Introduced in the Prose Lancelot, he becomes Arthur's beloved court jester in Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur and Tennyson's Idylls of the King.
Dagorix m Old Celtic
Means "good king", derived from Celtic dago "good, kind" combined with Celtic rix "king."
Dagorīxs m Old Celtic
Reconstructed Proto-Celtic form of Dagorix
Dagowin m Germanic, Dutch
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
Dagrunn f Norwegian
Variant of Dagrun.
Dagþór m Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic dagr "day" and þórr "thunder".
Dagulv m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements dagr "day" and ulfr "wolf".
Daɣüriɣ m Brythonic
Reconstructed Brythonic form of Dagorix.
Dagvard m Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements dagr "day" and varðr "guardian".
Dagveig f Norwegian (Rare)
Relatively modern name (late 19th century) created by combining Old Norse dagr "day" and veig "power, strength".
Dagvi f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish form of Dagveig.
Dagvin m Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements dagr "day" and vinr "friend".
Dagviðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse dagr "day" combined with Old Norse viðr "tree".
Dahab f Arabic
Means "gold" in Arabic.
Dahae f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 (da) meaning "much, many; more than, over" and 海 (hae) meaning "sea, ocean".
Dahama m & f Dagbani
Means "riches" in Dagbani.
Dahbia f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Possibly from the Arabic word ذهبية (dhahabia) meaning "golden." This name is primarily used in Algeria.
Dahir m Somali
Somali form of Tahir.
Dahlan m Indonesian, Malay
Derived from Arabic دخل (dakhala) meaning "enter".
Dahleen f English
Transferred use of the surname Dahl with popular suffix -een.
Dahliah f Indonesian
Indonesian form of Dahlia.
Dahna f Korean
This name means a sprout that is young and grows into a mature plant.
Dahntay m African American (Rare)
Variant of Dante. A notable bearer is the basketball player Dahntay Jones.
Dahud f Breton Legend
Possibly derived from Breton da meaning "good" and hud "magic". In Breton legend this was the name of a princess, the daughter of the king of the mythical sunken city of Ys. She was portrayed as a wicked sorceress in some versions of the legends.
Da-hui f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many; more than, over" and 熙 "bright, splendid, glorious".
Da-hye f Korean
From Sino-Korean(Hanja) 多(da) meaning "Excellent, Better, Good" and 惠(hye) meaning "Love, Grace, Beautiful, Intelligent" or 慧(hye) meaning "Wise, Intelligent, Wisdom".
Da-hyeon m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many; more than, over" and 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good".
Dahyuka m Old Persian
Derived from Old Persian dahyu meaning "land", possibly a hypocoristic form of another name containing the element.
Đài m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 台 (đài) meaning "noble, pedestal, stand".
Đại m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 大 (đại) meaning "big, great".
Dai m Japanese
Means "large, great" in Japanese.
Dai m Swahili
Means "demand" in Swahili.
Dai f Portuguese
Diminutive of Daiana.
Daichin m Mongolian
Means "warrior" in Mongolian.
Daichirō m Japanese
Japanese masculine name derived from 大 (dai) meaning "big", 智 (chi) meaning "wisdom, intelligence" and 郎 (ro) meaning "son".
Daida ?f Guanche, Spanish (Canarian)
Possibly derived from Guanche *dăyda meaning "newborn lamb that is still being suckled by its mother". This name was listed in a baptismal register from Seville dating to the 15th century; the sex and age of the bearer were not recorded... [more]
Daidai f Japanese
From Japanese だいだい (daidai) meaning "orange (fruit)".
Daidairi f Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese だいだい (daidai) meaning "orange" (fruit) combined with 李 (ri) meaning "plum". Other kanji can be used.
Dáidu m Sami
Means "skill, knowledge" in Sami. Its Finnish cognate is Taito.
Daiena f Romani (Archaic)
Romani form of Diana.
Daifallah m Arabic
Means "guest of Allah" in Arabic, from ضيف (dayf) meaning "guest" combined with الله (Allah)
Daifilo m Theatre
Daifilo is a character in the 17th-century play "Granida" by Dutch playwright Pieter Cornelisz.
Daighre m Irish
Means "fiery".
Daiichi m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, large" combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Daiichirou m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Daiji m Japanese
From Japanese 太 (dai) meaning "thick, big", 代 (dai) meaning "generation", 台 (dai) meaning "pedestal, a stand, counter for machines and vehicles", 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" or 悌 (dai) meaning "serving our elders" combined with 治 (ji) meaning "reign, be at peace, calm down, subdue, quell, govt, cure, heal, rule, conserve", 司 (ji) meaning "director, official, govt office, rule, administer", 次 (ji) meaning "next, order, sequence", 二 (ji) meaning "two", 爾 (ji) meaning "you, thou, second person", 士 (ji) meaning "gentleman, scholar, samurai", 志 (ji) meaning "intention, plan, resolve, aspire, motive, hopes, shilling", 慈 (ji) meaning "mercy", 自 (ji) meaning "oneself", 仁 (ji) meaning "humanity, virtue, benevolence, charity, man, kernel" or 路 (ji) meaning "path, route, road, distance"... [more]
Daijiro m Japanese
Means "great second son". Combined with 大 (dai) meaning "big, great", 二 (ji) meaning "two" and 郎 (rou) "son". Other combinations of kanji characters can also be possible.
Daijirou m Japanese
Variant transcription of Daijiro.
Daiko f Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Daikokutennyo f Japanese Mythology
The Japanese form of the goddess Mahakali or a feminine form of Daikokuten, the god of great blackness or darkness... [more]
Daila f Latvian
Derived from Latvian daile "beauty".