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  • Dabi

    Meaning: Dearly loved

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dabir

    Meaning: Teacher

    Origin: Arabic

  • Dace

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: English

  • Dace

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: French

  • Dacey

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: English

  • Dacey

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: French

  • Dacian

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: English

  • Dacian

    Meaning: Of the nobility.

    Origin: French

  • Dacio

    Meaning: from Dacia.

    Origin: Spanish

  • Dack

    Meaning: Reference to the French town Dax.

    Origin: English

  • Dae

    Origin: Indian

  • Dae

    Origin: Indian

  • Daedbot

    Meaning: Penance

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Daeg

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Daeg

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Daegal

    Meaning: Dweller by the dark stream

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Daegan

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Daegan

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dael

    Meaning: Lives in the valley

    Origin: English

  • Dael

    Meaning: Lives in the valley

    Origin: English

  • Daelan

    Meaning: Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

    Origin: English

  • Daelyn

    Meaning: Small valley.

    Origin: English

  • Daelynn

    Origin: Unknown

  • Daena

    Meaning: From Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel.

    Origin: English

  • Daesgesage

    Meaning: Day's eye

    Origin: English

  • Dafydd

    Meaning: Variant of David. Beloved of God.

    Origin: Welsh

  • Dagan

    Meaning: Grain

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Daganya

    Meaning: Ceremonial grain

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Daganyah

    Meaning: Ceremonial grain

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dagen

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dagen

    Meaning: Black-haired.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dagian

    Meaning: Dawn

    Origin: English

  • Dagmar

    Meaning: Glorious day

    Origin: German

  • Dagoberto

    Meaning: Glorious day

    Origin: German

  • Dagomar

    Meaning: Glorious day

    Origin: German

  • Dagonet

    Meaning: Arthur's fool

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Daguenet

    Meaning: Arthur's fool

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Dagwood

    Meaning: From the bright one's forest

    Origin: English

  • Dahlia

    Meaning: Valley

    Origin: Scandinavian

  • Dahlia

    Meaning: Valley

    Origin: Scandinavian

  • Dahy

    Meaning: Quick and agile

    Origin: Irish

  • Dahy

    Meaning: Quick and agile

    Origin: Irish

  • Daiana

    Meaning: Just create.

    Origin: Dominican Republic

  • Daibheid

    Meaning: Dearly loved

    Origin: Irish

  • Daibheid

    Meaning: Dearly loved

    Origin: Irish

  • Daijon

    Meaning: Gods gift of hope.

    Origin: American

  • Daileass

    Meaning: From the waterfall

    Origin: Scottish

  • Daileass

    Meaning: From the waterfall

    Origin: Scottish

  • Dailyn

    Origin: Unknown

  • Daimh

    Meaning: Ox

    Origin: Scottish

  • Daimh

    Meaning: Ox

    Origin: Scottish

  • Daimhin

    Meaning: Bard

    Origin: Irish

  • Daimhin

    Meaning: Bard

    Origin: Irish

  • Daimmen

    Meaning: A saint that took care of children.

    Origin: French

  • Dain

    Meaning: Variant of Dane from Denmark.

    Origin: English

  • Daina

    Meaning: From Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel.

    Origin: English

  • Dainan

    Meaning: Kind hearted.

    Origin: Australian

  • Daine

    Meaning: Variant of Dane from Denmark.

    Origin: English

  • Daine

    Meaning: Surnames meaning from Denmark.

    Origin: French

  • Daire

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: Irish

  • Daire

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: Irish

  • Dairion

    Meaning: Unknown

    Origin: Unknown

  • Daisey

    Meaning: Day's eye. A flower name.

    Origin: English

  • Daishya

    Origin: Unknown

  • Daisi

    Meaning: Daisy

    Origin: French

  • Daisi

    Meaning: Day's eye. A flower name.

    Origin: English

  • Daisie

    Meaning: Day's eye. A flower name.

    Origin: English

  • Daisy

    Meaning: The day's eye

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Daisy

    Meaning: Day's eye. A flower name.

    Origin: English

  • Daithi

    Meaning: Beloved or quick and agile

    Origin: Irish

  • Daithi

    Meaning: Beloved or quick and agile

    Origin: Irish

  • Daivini

    Meaning: Variant of David.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Daizy

    Meaning: Day's eye. A flower name.

    Origin: English

  • Dakota

    Meaning: Friend: ally. Tribal name.

    Origin: Native American

  • Dakotah

    Meaning: Friend: ally. Tribal name.

    Origin: Native American

  • Dal

    Meaning: Variant of Dallin blind.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dal

    Meaning: Variant of Dallin blind.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dalan

    Meaning: Variant of Dallin blind.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dalan

    Meaning: Variant of Dallin blind.

    Origin: Irish

  • Dalbert

    Meaning: Proud

    Origin: English

  • Dale

    Meaning: Lives in the valley

    Origin: English

  • Dale

    Meaning: Lives in the valley.Small valley.

    Origin: English

  • Dalen

    Meaning: Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

    Origin: English

  • Dalena

    Meaning: Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline.

    Origin: English

  • Dalene

    Meaning: Small valley.

    Origin: English

  • Dalenna

    Meaning: Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline.

    Origin: English

  • Daley

    Meaning: Lives in the valley

    Origin: English

  • Dalia

    Meaning: Gentle.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Daliah

    Meaning: Tree branch

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dalila

    Meaning: Desired or Languishing. The Biblical Delilah tempted Samson into revealing the secret of his superhuman strength.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dalila

    Meaning: Delicate

    Origin: Spanish

  • Dalis

    Meaning: Drawing water

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dalit

    Meaning: Drawing water

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Daliyah

    Meaning: Tree branch

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Dallan

    Meaning: Blind

    Origin: Irish

  • Dallan

    Meaning: Blind

    Origin: Irish

  • Dallas

    Meaning: Dwells by the waterfall

    Origin: Celtic

  • Dallas

    Meaning: From the dales: the valley meadows. Name of a Texas city.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Dallas

    Meaning: From the dales: the valley meadows. Name of a Texas city.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Dallas

    Meaning: From the waterfall

    Origin: Scottish

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