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1 D'arcy Irish Dark. F
2 D'or French Golden. F
3 Dabareh Biblical The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. F
4 Dabbasheth Biblical Flowing with honey. F
5 Daberath Biblical The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. F
6 Daedbot Anglo-Saxon Penance. F
7 Dael Dutch Small valley. F
8 Dael English Lives in the valley. F
9 Daelyn English Small valley. F

10 Daena English From Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel. F
11 Daere Welsh Fiend. F
12 Daesgesage English Day's eye. F
13 Daeva Indian Evil spirit. F
14 Daff Greek Diminutive of Daphne: Bay tree, or laurel tree. The Greek mythological nymph Daphne was rescued from the unwanted attentions of the god Apollo by being turned into a laurel bush. Famous bearer: British author Daphne du Maurier. F
15 Daffodil Greek Flower. F
16 Dafne Israeli The laurel tree. The mythological virtuous Daphne was transformed into a laurel tree to protect her from Apollo. F
17 Daganya Hebrew Ceremonial grain. F
18 Daganyah Hebrew Ceremonial grain. F
19 Dagian English Dawn. F
20 Dagmar Danish Famous day. Derived from a compound of two German words. Also, glory of the Danes. F
21 Dagmar German Famous or glorious day. Derived from a compound of two German words. F
22 Dagmar Swedish Dane's joy. F
23 Dagmar Teutonic Dane's joy. F
24 Dagna Teutonic As beautiful as the day. F
25 Dagny Norse Joy of the Danes. F
26 Dagomar German Glorious day. F
27 Dagon Biblical Corn, a fish. F
28 Dahab Muslim Gold.. F
29 Dahlia Norse From the valley. F
30 Dahna Italian Lady. From the respectful title Donna. F
31 Dahnya Italian Lady. From the respectful title Donna. F
32 Daina English From Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel. F
33 Daisey English Day's eye. A flower name. F
34 Daisi English Day's eye. A flower name. F
35 Daisi French Daisy. F
36 Daisie English Day's eye. A flower name. F
37 Daisy Anglo-Saxon The day's eye. F
38 Daisy English Day's eye, from the old English. Also a flower name. Also a translation of the French Marguerite, and used as a pet form of Margaret. The use of Daisy in the chorus of the song A bicycle built for two made the name Daisy famous. F
39 Daizy English Day's eye. A flower name. F
40 Dakini Indian Demon. F
41 Dakota NativeAmerican Friend; ally. F
42 Dakshina Indian Competent. F
43 Dalal Muslim Spoiled one.. F
44 Dale English Lives in the valley. Small valley. Surname. F
45 Dale Norse A valley. F
46 Dalena English Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline. F
47 Dalene English Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline. F
48 Dalenna English Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline. F
49 Dalia African Gentle. (Tanzanian). F
50 Dalia Arabic Gentle. F
51 Daliah Hebrew Tree branch. F
52 Daliah Israeli Gentle. F
53 Dalila African Gentle. (Tanzanian) (Swahili). F
54 Dalila Egyptian Gentle. F
55 Dalila Hebrew Desired; languishing. Famous bearer: Biblical Delilah tempted Samson into revealing the secret of his superhuman strength. F
56 Dalila Spanish Delicate. F
57 Dalis Hebrew Drawing water. F
58 Dalit Hebrew Drawing water. F
59 Daliyah Hebrew Tree branch. F
60 Dalla Norse Mother of Kormak. F
61 Dallas Scottish From the dales; the valley meadows. Name of a Texas city. F
62 Dallis Scottish From the dales; the valley meadows. F
63 Dalmanutha Biblical A bucket, a branch. F
64 Dalmatia Biblical Deceitful lamps, vain brightness. F
65 Dalr Norse From the valley. F
66 Daly English Small valley. Abbreviation of Madeline. F
67 Damara Greek Gentle. F
68 Damara Latin Gentle. Famous bearer: Biblical Damaris was the educated woman who heard Paul speak at the open-air supreme court of Athens. F
69 Damaress Latin Gentle. Famous bearer: Biblical Damaris was the educated woman who heard Paul speak at the open-air supreme court of Athens. F
70 Damaris Biblical A little woman F
71 Damaris Greek Derived from the Greek word for calf. Damaris was an Athenian woman who St Paul converted to Christianity. Gentle. F
72 Damaris Hebrew A biblical name derived from the Greek word for calf. Damaris was an Athenian woman who St Paul converted to Christianity. F
73 Damaris Latin Gentle. Famous bearer: Biblical Damaris was the educated woman who heard Paul speak at the open-air supreme court of Athens. F
74 Damariss Latin Gentle. Famous bearer: Biblical Damaris was the educated woman who heard Paul speak at the open-air supreme court of Athens. F
75 Damascus Biblical A sack full of blood, the similitude of burning. F
76 Damayanti Indian Name of a princess. F
77 Damhnait Irish The name of a saint. Bard. F
78 Damia French Untamed. F
79 Damia Latin Untamed. F
80 Damiana French Untamed. F
81 Damiana Greek One who tames; subdues. Feminine of Damian. F
82 Damiana Latin Untamed. F
83 Damiane French Untamed. F
84 Damien French Untamed. F
85 Damina Latin Lady. F
86 Damita Spanish Little noble. F
87 Damone Latin Untamed. F
88 Dana Celtic From Denmark. Dana was the Celtic goddess of fertility. F
89 Dana Danish From Denmark. F
90 Dana English A feminine form of the Hebrew Daniel, meaning God has judged, God is judge, or God will judge. Also used as a derivitive of the surname Dane, meaning From Denmark. F
91 Dana Hebrew Feminine form of Daniel: God has judged, or God is judge. The Old Testament Daniel was a 6th century BC prophet who miraculously survived the den of lions. F
92 Dana Irish A Dane. F
93 Danae Greek Mythological mother of Perseus by Zeus. F
94 Danae Hebrew God is my judge. F
95 Danah English From Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel. F
96 Danay Greek Form of Danae; the mythological mother of Perseus by Zeus. F
97 Danaye Greek Form of Danae; the mythological mother of Perseus by Zeus. F
98 Danea Greek Form of Danae; the mythological mother of Perseus by Zeus. F
99 Danee Greek Form of Danae; the mythological mother of Perseus by Zeus. F
100 Danele Basque Feminine form of Danel. F