Submitted Names Starting with D

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DAAF m Dutch (Rare)
Dutch short form of David.
DAAHIR m Somali
Variant of Dahir.
D'AAKYP m Yakut
Yakut form of Yakov.
D'AAKYPCHAAN m Yakut
Diminutive form of D'aakyp.
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
Estonian form of Daniel.
DAANTJE f Dutch
Feminine diminutive of Daniël.
DAANYAAL m Pakistani (Rare, Expatriate)
Form of Daniel used by Pakistanis living in the United Kingdom.
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]
DAA'UUD m Somali
Somali form of David.
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.
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 f & m English
From an English surname which was derived from Norman French d'Aubigné, originally denoting one who came from Aubigné or Aubigny in northern France. The place name was ultimately a derivative of Albus.
DABROWKA f Polish
Means "oak grove" in Polish. The first wife of Mieszko I of Poland bore this name.
DABUS m Montenegrin (Archaic)
Recorded in Montenegro in the early 1600s.
DACE f Latvian
Originally a diminutive of Dārta, now used as a given name in its own right. This name is borne by Latvian writer and journalist Dace Rukšāne.
DACEY f & m Irish, English
pet form of Candace... [more]
DACHECA f Caribbean
Allegedly used in Haiti.
DACHI m Georgian
Of uncertain origin. Perhaps from დარჩი (darči, "stay"), or a hypocorism of Archil.
DACHONNA f Medieval Irish
Means "My Conainne" in Medieval Irish.
DACHUAN m Chinese, American (Rare)
Of unknown meaning.
DAČI m Georgian
Derived from დარჩი (darči) meaning "to stay".
DACIA f Ancient Roman, Spanish
From the name of the region in what is now Romania. It is also the middle name of singer Paula DeAnda.
DACIÁNA f Spanish (Modern, Rare)
Spanish feminine form of Dacianus (see Dacian).
DACIANO m Italian
Italian 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.
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.
DACKEN m English (Archaic)
Medieval diminutive of DAVID.
DACODA m & f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Dakota (See also Dacota and Dakoda)
DACOTA m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Dakota.
DACY m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Dacey.
DADA f Portuguese
Diminutive of Daiana and Eduarda.
DADAI f Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Ahlai, as used in 1 Chronicles 2:31.... [more]
DADASH m Georgian (Archaic)
Apparently means "of the mother" in Georgian, ultimately derived from Georgian დედა (deda) meaning "mother". A known bearer of this name was the 17th-century Georgian prince Dadash Gelovani, who was the founder of the House of Dadeshkeliani (a Georgian aristocratic family).
DADE m American (Modern)
From a surname which comes from three distinct sources. As an Irish surname it is a reduced form of McDade, which was derived from Mac Daibhéid meaning "son of David". As an English surname it is derived from Old English dēd "deed, exploit", probably originally a nickname commemorating some exploit perpetrated by the bearer, or applied to someone noted for his "derring-do"... [more]
DADIRAI f Shona
Means "show off" in Shona.
DADRIAN m American (Modern, Rare)
Created from the name Adrian by adding an initial D.
DADWAR m Kurdish
Derived from the Kurdish dadwer meaning "just, fair".
DADYAR m Kurdish
Variant of Dadwar.
DAEDRIAN m English (Modern)
Altered form of Adrian, perhaps influenced by the sound of Dedrick or Deidre.
DAE-HWAN m Korean
From Sino-Korean 大 "big, great, vast, large, high" and 煥 "shining, brilliant, lustrous".
DAE-HYEON m Korean
From Sino-Korean 大 "big, great, vast, large, high" and 炫 "shine, glitter; show off, flaunt".
DÆJA f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
DAEKWON m African American
Apparently a variant of Dejuan.
DAELIN f & m American
Variant of Daylin.
DAELLE f American
Likely an invented name, a feminine form of DALE
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.
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 m & f Thai
Means "red" in Thai.
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).
DAEZJA f American
Variant of Deja.
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 Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname meaning "silent one" or "lazy one".
DƏFNƏ f Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Daphne.
DAFNÉ f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Daphne.
DAFNI f Hebrew (Modern)
Diminutive of Dafna.
DAFO m Bulgarian
Nickname for David. Dafo Trendafilov, a famous Bulgarian bagpipe (gaida) player.
DAGA f Swedish, Danish (Rare)
Feminine form of Dag as well as a short form of names beginning with Dag-.
DAGA f Polish
Polish diminutive of Dagmara.
DAGAMUND m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
DAGARIC m Ancient 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, Faroese
Combination of dagr "day" and bjarga "to help", "save", "rescue".
DAGBJÖRT f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of dagr "day" and the suffix björt meaning "bright" (from Old Norse bjartr).
DAGBJØRT f Faroese
Faroese form of Dagbjört.
DAGE m Swedish (Rare)
Variant of Dag.
DAGEN m & f Dutch (Rare)
The Dutch word meaning "Day", "Days", or, when used as a verb, to describe the dawn or summoning of something. Can be feminine or masculine.
DAGFARI m Icelandic (Archaic)
Icelandic name with the combination of dagr "day" and fara "to go, to move, to travel".
DAGFINNA f Icelandic
Feminine form of Dagfinnur.
DAGFINNUR m Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese younger form of Dagfinnr.
DAGFRID f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Dagfríður.
DAGFRÍÐ f Faroese
Faroese form of Dagfríður.
DAGFRÍÐUR f Icelandic (Archaic)
Icelandic combination of dagr "day" and fríðr "beautiful", originally "beloved".
DAGFRYD m Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Dagfrid.
DAGGEIR m Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic combination of dagr "day" and geirr "spear".
DAGGETT m English (Modern)
Derived from a surname which was derived from the Old French word "Dague", meaning knife or dagger, and as such was a Norman introduction into England after the 1066 Conquest. The name is a medieval metonymic for one who habitually carried a dagger, or who was a manufacturer of such weapons.
DAGGRÓS f Icelandic (Modern)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements dǫgg "dew; wetness" and rós "rose".
DAGHEIÐR f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements dagr "day" and heiðr "bright, clear, cloudless".
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".
DAGMANN m Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic combination of dagr "day" and maðr "man".
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.
DAGNA f Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Dagny.
DAGNĖ f Lithuanian
Latvian form of Dagny.
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 Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
DAGOBERT m Ancient Germanic, Dutch, German, History, Louisiana Creole
Means "bright day", derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German beraht "bright." Dagobert I was a 7th-century Merovingian king of Austrasia, the Franks, Neustria and Burgundy.
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 Ancient 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 Ancient Germanic, Dutch, German
Means "famous day", derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
DAGOMARUS m Gaulish (Latinized)
Derived from Gaulish dagos "good" and maros "great".
DAGOME m Ancient 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]
DAGONET m Arthurian Romance
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 Ancient Celtic
Means "good king", derived from Celtic dago "good, kind" combined with Celtic rix "king."
DAGOWIN m Ancient Germanic, Dutch
Derived from the Germanic element daga "day" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
DAGRUND f Norwegian
Variant of Dagrun.
DAGRUNN f Norwegian
Variant of Dagrun.
DAGÞÓR m Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic dagr "day" and þórr "thunder".
DAGULV m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of dagr "day" and ulfr "wolf".
DAGVARD m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of dagr "day" and vǫrðr "guard".
DAGVEIG f Norwegian
Norwegian combination of dagr "day" and veig "power, strength".
DAGVI f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish form of Dagveig.
DAGVIN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of dagr "day" and vinr "friend".
DAGVIÐR m Ancient Scandinavian
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.
DAHIR m Somali
Somali form of Tahir.
DAHL m English
Transferred use of the surname Dahl.
DAHLIAH f English
Variant of Dahlia.
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".
DAHY m & f English (Rare), Irish (Rare)
Transferred use of this surname Dahy.
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".
ĐÀI m Vietnamese
Means "great" in Vietnamese.
DAI m Japanese
Means "large, great" in Japanese.
DAI m Swahili
Means "demand" in Swahili.
DAI f Portuguese
Diminutive of Daiana.
DAIANNA f Chinese
Chinese "Bright, Admirable Girl"
DAICEE f English (Rare)
Probably a variant of Daisy.
DAICHIRŌ m Japanese
Japanese masculine name derived from 大 (dai) meaning "big", 智 (chi) meaning "wisdom, intelligence" and 郎 (ro) meaning "son".
DAIDAI f Japanese
From Japanese だいだい (daidai) meaning "orange (fruit)".
DÁIDU m Sami
Means "skill, knowledge" in Sami. Its Finnish cognate is Taito.
DAIENA f Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Diana.
DAIGA f Latvian, Lithuanian (Modern, Rare)
Latvian name of uncertain origin and meaning, although a derivation from Lithuanian daigas "sprout, immature plant" has been suggested. From around the year 2000 onwards, this name has also seen moderate usage in Lithuania.
DAIGO m Japanese
From the name of the 60th emporer of Japan who reigned from 897 to 930. He took his name from the Daigo Temple, a Shingon Buddhist temple in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan. It is still in usage as a given name in Japan today.
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. Her name means "She of the Great Blackness of the Heavens".
DAIL f & m English
Means "Dweller In The Valley"... [more]
DAILA f Latvian
Derived from Latvian daile "beauty".
DAILAN f Chinese (Rare)
This name can be used as 黛岚, 岱岚, 黛兰 or 代兰 with 黛 (dài), referring to a dark pigment used by women in ancient times to paint their eyebrows, 岱 (dài), which was used for the name of a mountain in Shandong Province (now called Mount Tai), 代 (dài) meaning "generation, era," 岚 (lán) meaning "mountain mist" and 兰 (lán) meaning "orchid."
DAILE f English
Means "Dweller In The Valley"... [more]
DAILIDA f Medieval Baltic
Recorded in the Latgale region of modern-day Latvia in the late Middle Ages. The origin and meaning of this name are uncertain; theories include, however, a derivation from Latvian daile "beauty" or daiļš "beautiful, beauteous" (compare Daila) and a derivation from Lithuanian dailidė "carpenter".
DAILIS m Latvian
Masculine form of Daila.
DAIMHÍN m Irish, English (Rare)
Means "bard".
DAIMON m Greek Mythology, English (American)
As a modern English name, this is used as a variant of Damon.
DAIMU m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 夢 (mu) meaning "dream". Other kanji combinations are possible.
DA-IN f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many; more than, over" and 仁 "humaneness, benevolence, kindness".
DAIN m Literature, Norse Mythology
Dain II Ironfoot was the Lord of the Iron Hills and King Under the Mountain in J.R.R. Tolkien's works. Tolkien derived it from Dáinn, the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
DAINA f Japanese
From Japanese 乃 (dai), a possessive particle combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
DAINE f Literature
Short form of Veralidaine. The name of character in the The Immortals books series by Tamora Pierce.
DAINĖ f Lithuanian
Variant form of Daina.
DAINÉIL m Irish
Irish form of Daniel.
DAINIS m Latvian
Masculine form of Daina.
DAINIUS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun dainius meaning "poet" as well as "bard, singer", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian noun daina meaning "song" (see Daina).
DÁINN m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "died". This is the name of three characters in Norse mythology: a dwarf, a representative of the elves, and one of the stags that graze on the branches of Yggdrasill.
DAINORA f Lithuanian
Means "desire for a song" (and thus refers to someone who either wishes to sing or desires to hear a song), derived from the Lithuanian noun daina meaning "song" (see Daina) combined with the Lithuanian noun noras meaning "wish, desire", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb norėti meaning "to wish, to want, to desire".
DAINORAS m Lithuanian
Masculine form of Dainora.
DAINOSUKE m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great", 之 (no), a possessive marker, combined with 助 (suke) meaning "assistance". Other kanji combinations are possible.
DAINOTAS m Lithuanian
Derived from Dainotis, which could be considered to be a diminutive of masculine names that start with Dain- (such as Dainius and Dainoras), because it contains the masculine suffix -otis, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
DAINUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of feminine given names that start with Dain- (such as Dainė and Dainora), since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.... [more]
DAINUTIS m Lithuanian
Diminutive of masculine given names that start with Dain- (such as Dainius and Dainoras), since this name contains the masculine diminutive suffix -utis.
DAIPHRON m Greek Mythology
The meaning of the first element of this name is uncertain. It could be derived from the Greek verb δαίω (daio) meaning "to divide" or from the related Greek verb δαίζω (daizo) meaning "to cleave (asunder)"... [more]
DAIRA f Greek Mythology, Spanish (Latin American)
The name of an Okeanid Nymph of the town in Eleusis in Attika, Greece. It is derived from the element δαο (dao), meaning "the knowing one, teacher".
DAIRE m English
Anglicised form of Dáire.
DAIRIS m Latvian
Masculine form of Daira.
DAIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of Dairou.
DAIROKU m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 六 (roku) meaning "six". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
DAIROU m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
DAISAKU m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, large" combined with 作 (saku) meaning "work". Other kanji combinations are possible.
DAISENOR m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is uncertain, as there are several possible etymologies for it. It could be derived from the Greek noun δάϊς (dais) meaning "war, battle", but it could also be derived from the Greek noun δαΐς (dais) meaning "torch" as well as "pinewood"... [more]
DAISEY f English
Variant of Daisy.
DAISHA f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
DAISHI m Japanese
From Japanese 大 meaning "large, great" and 師 meaning "master".
DAISHIN m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 伸 (shin) meaning "lengthen". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
DAISHIRO m Japanese
Means Great Fourth Son
DAISIANA f American
A portmanteau of the names Daisy and Ana.
DAISIELLA f American (Modern)
A portmanteau of the names Daisy and Ella.
DAISYE f English
Variant of Daisy.
DAISYMAE f English
Combination of Daisy and Mae.
DAITA m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big", as well as other kanji combinations having the same pronunciation.
DAITAROU m Japanese
From Japanese 代 (dai) meaning "era, age, decade" or 大 (dai) meaning "big, great", 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son" or 朗 (rou) meaning "bright, clear". Other kanji combinations are possible.
DAITO m Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation or 翔 (to) meaning "soar, fly". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
DAIVAG m Scots
Caithness Scots diminutive of David.
DAIYA m & f Japanese
From Japanese 大 (dai) meaning "big, great" combined with 也 (ya) meaning "also". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
DAIYU f & m Chinese (Rare)
This name combines 代 meaning "replace, era, generation", 黛 meaning "blacken eyebrows, black" or 戴 meaning "wear on top, support" (dài) with 玉 (yù) meaning "jade, precious stone, gem."
DAIZHA f & m African American
Variant of Deja.
DAIZO m Japanese
From Japanese 大 "large, great" and 造 "make, structure" or 三 "three".
DAJA f Literature, English (Modern)
Name of one of the main characters in Tamora Pierce's Circle of Magic series.
DAJAH f American
Variant of Deja.
DAJANA f German (Modern)
Modern German name of disputed origin.... [more]
DAJANEEK f African American (Modern)
Probably a combination of the popular name prefix Da and Janeka.
DA-JEONG f Korean
From Sino-Korean 多 "much, many; more than, over" and 貞 "virtuous, chaste, pure; loyal".
DAJIN f & m Chinese
Combination of the names Da and Jin.
DAJING m & f Chinese
From Chinese 大 (dà) meaning "big, large, great" combined with 靖 (jìng) meaning "calm, peaceful", as well as other character combinations.
DAJOHN m English (American)
Combination of the prefix Da and John.
DAJUAN m African American (Modern, Rare)
A combination of the popular prefix Da and Juan.
DAK m American
Short form of Dakota. A notable bearer is Dallas Cowboy's quarterback Dak Prescott.
DAKA m & f Native American, Jamamadí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
DAKARI m African
Variant of Dakarai.
DAKEN m Popular Culture
In the Marvel comics universe, Daken is the son of Wolverine and his wife Itsu. Logan thought he died in womb when Itsu was attacked one night while he was away, but he is removed and secretly left in the care of a local Japanese couple... [more]
DAKENNA f American
Likely an invented name, possibly an elaboration of Dakota or Kenna