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D.J. (English)
 short for 'Disc Jocky'
D.O.G.
Da Vinci (Italian)
 last name of Leonardo DaVinci
Daan
Daantje (Dutch)
 short for Danielle
Dabber (Dutch) [mf]
Dabble
Dabbo [f]
Dabney
Dabs
Dabsi
Dac
Dacca
Dacey
Dacha [f]
Dachs
Dack
Dacko
Daco
Dacota [mf]
Dada
Daddy
Dadie
Dadpa (Tibetan) [mf]
 "faithful"
Daennie
Daerle (English) [f]
 "darling"
Daev
Daffa [f]
Daffi
Daffie
Daffy (English) [m]
 after Daffy Duck
Dafne
Dafra
Dafydd (Welsh) [m]
 form of David
Dag
Daga
Dagga [mf]
Dagger
Daggi
Daggy
Daglet (Irish) [m]
 "god of jealousy"
Dagma
Dagmar (Old Norse) [f]
 "day maid"
Dagmara
Dagny [mf]
Dago
Dagobert
Dagomar
Dagonée (Celtic) [f]
Dagwood
Dahle
Dahli
Dahra [mf]
Dai (Japanese) [f]
 "important"
Daiane
Daico [m]
Daigo (Japanese) [m]
 emperor no. 96 of Japan
Daika
Daiko
Daiky (Russian) [m]
Daily
Daima [f]
Daimler Benz
Daimo (Dutch) [m]
Daimy [f]
Daina
Dainty
Daiquiri
Daira
Dairy
Daisey (English) [f]
 flower
Daisi
Daisku (Japanese) [mf]
 "to love"
Daisly (English) [f]
Daisy (English) [f]
Daiza [f]
Daja (Balinese, Bulgarian, Prussian, Korean) [f]
 "North"; "Time"; "Gift"; "Prominent"
Dajak
Dajoie
Dajou
Dak
Dakar
Dakari (African) [f]
 "happiness"
Dakini (Tibetan) [mf]
 "angel"
Dakota (American Indian) [m]
 name of a people of the northern Mississippi valley
Dakyra [f]
Dala
Dalai Lama
Dalba (Tibetan) [mf]
 "quiet"
Dalca
Dalco [m]
Daldi
Daldie
Daldyras
Dale (Old English) [m]
 "[dweller by the] dale"
Daley
Dali (Spanish) [m]
 after Salvador Dali
Dalia
Dalila
Dalinka [f]
Dalko
Dallas (Gaelic) [m]
 from a Scottish place name
Dalli
Dalliance
Dallie
DallieDoo
Dallis
Dally
Dalm
Dalma [mf]
 short for Dalmation
Dalrimple
Dalten
Dalton (Old English) [m]
 "valley town"
Dalyn
Dama
Damage
Damar
Damaris (Greek) [f]
 "calf"
Damascus [m]
Dambala
Dambles
Dame
Damian (Greek) [m]
 "to tame"
Damiana (Italian) [f]
 feminine form of Damian
Damiano (Italian) [m]
 form of Damian
Damien [m]
 variant of Damian
Damin
Damion
Damm
Dammit
Dammo
Damo
Damois (French)
 short form of damoiselle
Damoiseau
Damoiselle (French)
 young member of nobility
Damon (Greek) [m]
 "to tame"
Damone
Damsel
Dan (Hebrew) [m]
 "he judged" or short form of Daniel
Dana (Irish) [f]
 Godness of light
Danae
Danaida
Danara (Irish) [f]
Dancer
Danceur (French)
 "dancer"
Danceuse
Danco
Dancy
Dandelion
Dandie
Dandl
Dandle
Dando
Dandy
Dange
Danger (English) [mf]
Dangio [m]
Danglin [f]
Dango
Dani [m]
Danie
Daniek [f]
Daniel (Hebrew) [m]
 "God is my judge". Prophet in Old Testament, interpreter of dreams of the king of Babylon
Daniël (Dutch) [m]
 see Daniel
Daniela
Danielle (French) [f]
 feminine form of Daniel
Danika (Slavic) [f]
 "morning star"
Danila [f]
Danilo
Daninjo (Greek) [m]
 "gift"
Danio [f]
Danique [f]
Danira
Danisha [f]
Danissa
Danita [f]
Danitsja (Russian) [f]
Danja
Danjo [m]
Dank
Danka [f]
Danke
Danker (Dutch) [m]
Dankmar
Danko
Dankrada
Dankwart
Dann
Danna
Danne
Danni
Dannie
Danny
Dano
Danoe
Danoesh [f]
Danos
Danse (French)
 "dance"
Danska [f]
Dante (Italian) [m]
 "enduring"
Dantee [m]
Dantez [m]
Dantos
Danu
Danube
Dany
Danye
Danyo [m]
Danza
Daphie
Daphne (Greek) [f]
 "laurel"
Daphney
Daphnie
Dapper (Dutch)
 "brave"
Dapske (Dutch) [mf]
Daquin (French)
Dar
Dara (Hebrew, Irish) [mf]
 "pearl of wisdom" (feminine), "oak tree" (masculine)
Daranta
Daraz [m]
Darbie
Darby (Old Norse) [m]
 "deer town"
Darca
Darcey (English) [m]
Darcie
Darck
Darco [m]
Darcy (French. Gaelic) [mf]
 "from Arcy" (D'Arcy) resp. dark one
D'arcy
Dardai (Hungarian) [m]
Dardanjo
Darden (French) [m]
 "from Ardennes" Ardennes is a Belgian and French forest
Dardo (Italian) [m]
 "god of the white pearl"
Dardy (Dutch) [m]
Dare
Daredevil
Darek
Dareo [m]
 form of Darius
Darex
Darga
Dargo
Dari
Daria [f]
 feminine form of Darius
Darien [m]
 form of Darius
Dario [m]
Darique [m]
Darius (Persian) [m]
 "possess good", Greek form of Persian Darayavahush
Darja [f]
Dark
Darka
Darkas
Darkie
Darko
Darla [f]
 form of Darleen
DarlaDoc
Darlan [m]
Darleen (Middle English) [f]
 "darling"
Darlene [f]
 form of Darleen
Darlica [f]
Darlin
Darling
Darma
Darno
Daro
Darold
Daron (Irish) [m]
 "big and beautifull"
Darouche [mf]
Darragh
Darrell [m]
 form of Darryl
Darren [m]
 form of Darien
Darro
Darrolf
Darros
Darry
Darryl (French) [m]
 "of Airelle" (D'Airelle)
Darryll
Dars
Dart
D'artagnan
Dartan [f]
Dartel
Darth
DarthVader
Dartsie
Darva [f]
Darwin (Old English) [m]
 "dear friend"
Daryl
Daryla
Darzan
Das
Dasa
Dasch
Dascha [f]
 "gift of God"
Daschka (Russian) [f]
Dasco
Dase
Dash
Dasha
Dasher
Dashery [f]
Dashi [f]
Dasi
Dasja (Hungarian) [f]
 little darling
Dasjania
Dasko
Dasky
Dasoto [m]
Dasrha [f]
Dassa
Dassi
Dassine [f]
Dasso
Dasswanne
Dassy
Dasta
Dasti
Dastin
Dastl
Dasty
Dasy
Data
Datcha (Russian) [f]
 "summer cottage"
Datinka [f]
Datsch
Datscha
Datscho
Datschy
Datsha
Datsun
Dauphin (Latin) [m]
 "royal prince"
Dauren [m]
Daus
Daute
Dave [m]
 short form of David
Davena [f]
 form of David
Davey [m]
 form of David
David (Hebrew) [m]
 "friend" or "beloved"; Israelian king in 10th century BC
Davida [f]
 form of David
Davido [m]
Davidson
Davignon
Davina [f]
 form of David
DaVinci
Davis [m]
 based on David
Davita (Hebrew) [f]
 form of David
Davo [m]
Davonshire (English) [m]
 place
Davos
Davy (English)
Dawa (Russian) [f]
 "monday"
Dawinja (Scandinavian) [f]
Dawn (English) [f]
 "dawn"; related to Aurora, the Roman goddess of dawn
Dawson (Old English) [m]
 "son of David"
Dax
Daxi
Daxie
Day (English) [mf]
Daya
Dayac [m]
Dayak [m]
Dayamanti (Indian)
Dayan
Dayana
Dayani
Dayi (Native American) [mf]
 "marmot"
Dayita (Indian) [f]
 "promising"
Dayka
Dayko
Dayla [f]
Daylight
Dayna [f]
Dayne
Dayos (English) [m]
Days
Daysi
Daysie
Dayton
Daz
Dazler
Dazzle (English) [f]
Dazzler
Dchang
DDette
Dea
Deacon
Deadline
Dealis (Scottish/gaelic)
 "Faithful"
Dealta
Deamon [m]
Dean (Old English, Latin) [m]
 "valley" or "dean"
Deancy
Deanna [f]
 form of Diana or Dean
Deannara [f]
Deanne [f]
 form of Diane or Dean
Deano
Dearg (Irish) [mf]
 "red"
Deary
Debandade (French)
 "rout", "stampede"
Debber (Dutch) [mf]
Debbi
Debbie (English) [f]
 short form of Deborah
Debby [f]
Deblin
Debonnaire (French)
 "good-natured", "easygoing"
Debora (Greek) [f]
Deborah (Hebrew) [f]
 "bee"; nurse of Rebecca in Old Testament and name of prophetess who lead in defeating the Canaanites
Debra [f]
 short form of Deborah
Debro
Debusscy
Debut (French)
 "beginning"
Debutante (French)
 "novice", "beginner"
Debyoutant
 see Debutante
Decas (French) [m]
 "mesh"
Decawine
Decha (Thais) [f]
 "strong"
Decidement
Decimus
Deciso (Italian)
 "resolute"
Declan [m]
Deco
Decor
Decorum
Decouple (French)
 well built
Decoupre (French)
 a cut out, indentation in the coast
Decoy (English) [m]
Decroit (French)
 last quarter of the moon
Dedale (French)
 maze, labyrinth
Dedda
DeDee
Dedo
Dedra
Dedue
Dee (Greek) [mf]
 god of wine denis
Dee Dee (English)
 sister of Dexter (cartoon)
Deebo (English) [m]
Deedee
Deedgy [m]
Deefer
Deefor
Deejay (English) [m]
 DJ'
Deemer (Old English) [m]
 "judge"
Deeogee
Dees
Deesa
Defaint [m]
Defenbocker
Defender (English) [m]
Defendeur (French)
 "defendant"
Defendu (French)
 "forbidden"
Defenseur (French)
 "defender", "lawyer"
Defi (French)
 "challenge", "dare"
Deflin
Defna [f]
Defricheur (French)
 "pioneer", "explorer"
Degage (French)
 "breezy, jaunty, nonchalant"
Degas
Degen
Degourdi (French)
 "agile"
Degrise
Dehlia
Dehner [f]
Deianera
Deibel
Deidre [f]
 form of Deirdre
Deija
Deika
Deike
Deiko
Deina
Deion
Deirdre (Celtic) [f]
 unknown, perhaps "woman"
Deisi
Deister
Deiwel
Deja (French)
 "already"
Déjà Vu
Dejan
Dejzi
Deka
Dekitta
Deko
Del
Dela
Delaila
Delaney (English) [f]
Delano (Italian) [f]
Delegaat
Delf
Delfi
Delfia's
Delfino (Italian) [m]
 "successor"
Delft
Delfy
Delhi [f]
Delhia
Delia (Greek) [f]
 "of Delos"; other name of Artemis, goddess of the moon and hunting
Delight
Delilah (Hebrew) [f]
 lover of Samson, betrayed him to the Philistines by cutting of his hair
Delilha
Delindo [mf]
Dell
Della (Greek) [f]
 "with a warm heart"
Dello
Delly
Delma
Delmar (Spanish) [m]
 "of the sea" (del mar)
Delores [f]
Delos
Delphi
Delphia (Greek) [f]
 from Philadelphia, "brotherly love"
Delphie
Delphine (Greek) [f]
 "of Delphi"
Delphinia [f]
 form of Delphine
Delsa
Delsey
Delta (Greek) [mf]
 4th letter of alphabeth, "triangle"
Delure (French)
 "smart, clever"
Delux
Delwen
Delys
Dema [f]
Demain (French)
 "tomorrow"
Demardard (French)
 "shark, tough customer"
Demeter (Greek) [f]
 "earth mother"; goddess of agriculture
Demetrius (Greek) [m]
 "of Demeter"
Demfer
Demi (French) [f]
 "half"
Demie
Demin [m]
Demis
Demo (Dutch) [m]
Demode (French)
 "old fashioned"
Demoiselle (French)
 "young lady"
Demon (English) [m]
De'Mond
Dempsey (English) [m]
 "proud descendant"
Démra
Demsy [f]
Dena (Native American) [f]
 "dale" or "valley"
Denali (English)
 National Park and Reserve in Alaska
Denar
Dende [m]
Dender
Dendi
Dendjer (English) [mf]
 danger'
Denes (Hungarian) [m]
 dennis'
Denfer
Deni
Denia
Denim (English) [f]
Denis (Greek) [m]
 "of Dionysus"; god of wine
Denise [f]
 form of Denis
Deniz (Turkish) [m]
 form of Denis
Denji [m]
Denka
Denni
Dennie
Dennis [m]
 form of Denis
Dennise
Denny [m]
 form of Denis
Dense
Denta [f]
Dentelle (French)
 "lacework"
Dentl (Dutch) [f]
Denver
Deny
Denzel (Celtic) [m]
 "of Denzell", a place name in Cornwall
Denzell
Denzie
Denzil
Denzo
Deogee
Deogy (English) [mf]
 D-O-G
Deon [m]
 form of Dion
Deora [f]
Depp
Dera
Derba
Derbi
Derby
Derek (German) [m]
 short form of Theodoric
Deri
Deria
Derius
Derk
Derko
Derky
Dermit
Dermot (English) [m]
 form of Diarmaid
Derna
Dernd
Deros
Derrek [m]
Derrick (English) [m]
 form of Derek
Derrik
Derry (Gaelic) [mf]
 "redhead"
Derviche (French)
 "dervish"
Dervla (English) [f]
 form of Deirbhile
Derwisch
Derwyn
Dery
Desdemona
De-Seffe
Deshi (Chinese) [f]
 "virtuous"
Desi
Desidera
Desiderus
Desie
Desire
Desiré [f]
 form of Desiree
Desiree (French) [f]
 "desired"
Desireless
Desiro
Deska (Hungarian) [f]
 "loyal, faithfull"
Desley [m]
Desmond (Gaelic) [m]
 "from south Munster", a province in Ireland
Desney [f]
Desoto
Desperado
Desra [f]
Dessa
Dessi
Dessie
Dessin (French)
 "drawing"
Desso (Latin) [m]
 form of Desideratus, "desired"
Dessy
Destaney
Desteney (English) [mf]
 from destiny
Destin (French)
 "destiny"
Destinee (French)
 "destiny"
Destino [m]
Destiny (English) [f]
Destrier (French)
 "steed, charger"
Desty (English) [mf]
 short of destiny
Desy
Detania
Detente (French)
 "trigger"
Deth
Dethkaz
Detlef (Teutonic) [m]
 "people heritage"
Detonant (French)
 "explosive"
Detonator
Detour
Detta [f]
Deuce (English) [m]
Deus (Latin) [m]
 god
Dev
Deva (Sanskrit) [f]
 "goddess"
Devel (English)
 alternative spelling of Devil
Deven (Gaelic) [m]
 "poet"
Devereux
Devet
Devi [f]
 "godness"
Devil (English) [m]
Devin
Devita [f]
Devka
Devlin [m]
Devo
Devon [m]
 variant of Deven
Dew
Dewed
Dewes
Dewet
Deweth
Dewey (Welsh) [m]
 form of David
Dewhi (Indian) [f]
 "sweetheart"
Dewi (Welsh) [m]
 form of David
Dewie [f]
Dex [m]
Dexedrine
Dexmond
Dexter (Old English, Latin) [m]
 "one who dyes" or "right-handed/skilled"
Dexy
Deybe
Deyna
Deysi
Dezhra [f]
Dezi
Dezie (Spanish) [f]
Deziro
Dezzel [mf]
 variation of Dazzle
Dezzi
Dhafhar
Dhaila [f]
Dhanie
Dhelia [f]
Dhenastar (Native American) [f]
Dhewes (English) [f]
Dhoby
Dhoena [m]
Dhoran [m]
Dhorne
Di
Dia
Diabel
Diabla (Spanish) [f]
 feminin 'Diablo"
Diablo [mf]
Diabolo
Diago (Spanish) [m]
Diama
Diamant (Dutch) [mf]
 "diamond"
Diamir
Diamond (English)
Diamora
Dian [f]
Diana (Latin) [f]
 "divine" or "shining"; Roman equivalent of Artemis; goddess of nature and fertility
Dianca [f]
Diane
Dianne
Diantha (Latin) [f]
 alpine flower (Diantah Alpine)
Diarmaid (Irish) [m]
 "freeman" or "without envy"; hero in Irish legend and name of Irish kings
Diarmuid
Diavolo
Diax
Diaz
Diba
Dibah
Dibbe (Dutch) [mf]
Dibber [m]
Dibbes (Dutch)
Dibbles
Dibbrich [f]
Dibbus [mf]
Dibo [m]
Dibri (Surinam) [m]
 "little devil"
Dibsy
Dice (English) [m]
Dicha (Spanish) [f]
 "luck"
Dick [m]
 short form of Richard
Dickens
Dicki
Dicky
Dico
Didar (Dutch)
Didas
Diddel [mf]
Diddels [mf]
Diddi
Diddle
Diddley
Diddy
Didi
Didier (French) [m]
Dido (Greek) [f]
 queen of Carthage in Virgil's Aeneid
Didulica (Mexican)
 "freedom"
Didy
Dieanira
Dieb
Diede (Dutch) [mf]
Diederick (Dutch) [m]
 form of Theodoric
Diefka (Romenian) [f]
 "little girl, woman"
Diego (Spanish) [m]
 form of Jacob
Dieke
Dieks (Dutch) [m]
Diemaco (English) [m]
 wapon
Diemmie [m]
Dieno
Dierk [m]
 form of Diederick
Diesel [mf]
 inventor of the engine by the same name, clothing brand
Diestel
Diestro
Diet
Dieta
Dieter (Teutonic) [m]
 "people warrior"
Dietgard
Dietgart
Dietgrim
Diethelm (Teutonic) [m]
 "people helmet"
Diether
Dietlind
Dietmar (Teutonic) [m]
 "people famous"
Dietmar,
Dietrich (German) [m]
 form of Theodoric
Dietwin
Dieudonnée (French)
 "gift of God"
Dieuwke (Dutch (frisian)) [f]
Diezel [mf]
 diesel'
Digby (Old Norse) [m]
 "ditch town"
Diggens
Digger (English) [m]
Digi
Digit
Diglett
 from Pokemon
Dignity
Digo
Digor (English) [m]
 indigo'
Digos [m]
Dik
Dik-dik
Dikkie
Dikra (Moroccan) [f]
Diktus
Dilailla [f]
Dilane (French) [f]
Dilaya [f]
Dilbert [m]
 comic character by Scott Adams
Dileas (Gaelic) [m]
 faithful
Dilek
Dilia
Dilinger
Dilko
Dill
Dillan
Dillen
Dilli
Dillon
Dilly
Dilo
Dim (English) [m]
 "dark"
Dima
Dimanche (French) [mf]
 Sunday
Dimas (Peruvian) [m]
Dimba
Dimbly
Dimco [m]
Dimi [f]
Dimitri (Russian) [m]
 form of Demetrius
Dimma (Islandic) [mf]
 "dark"
Dimmi [mf]
Dimo
Dimond
Dimor
Dimpel
Dimpels
Dimpfa
Dimphna (Irish)
Dimple (English)
 brand of whiskey
Dimples (English) [f]
DimSum
Dina [f]
 variant of Dinah
Dinah (Hebrew) [f]
 "judged" or "vindicated"
Dinalia (Native American) [f]
Dinand [m]
 short form of Ferdinand; singer of the band Kane
Dinar
Dinca
Dinda
Dindja
Dindy
Dine
Dinfi
Dinga
Dingbat
Dinger (English)
 short for Humdinger ("great", "fabulous")
Dinges (Dutch) [mf]
 "thing"
Dingha
Dinghy (English) [m]
Dingi
Dingle
Dingley
Dingo
Dinh (Vietnamese) [m]
 "summit"
Dinho (Spanish) [m]
Dini
Dinie
Dinis (Portuguese) [m]
 form of Denis
Dinja
Dinjo [mf]
Dink
Dinka (Dutch) [f]
Dinkel (Dutch) [m]
 river in the Netherlands
Dinkie
Dinkum (Australian Slang)
 "true", "honest"
Dinky
Dinky Toy
Dinna
Dinni
Dinny
Dino [m]
 short form of names ending in -dino; short form of "dinosaur"
Dinter [m]
Diny
Dio
Diogee (English) [m]
 Sounds like spelling the letter of dog
Diogi
Diojie (English) [mf]
 D O G'
Dion (Greek) [m]
 "of Dionysus"
Diona (Greek) [f]
 queen
Dione
Dionel (Greek) [f]
 "sweet"
Dionne (French) [f]
Dionysius
Dior (French) [m]
Dios (Spanish) [m]
 God
Diosa [f]
Diotima
Dip
Dipper (Dutch) [m]
Dippy
Dipstick
Dipsy
Dirck
Direct (English)
Dirgo
Diri
Dirk [m]
 short form of Diederick
Dirke
Dirko
Dirndel
Dirndl
Dirnel
Dirni
DirtDevil
Dirty (English) [m]
Disa
Disca
Disco
Discordia
Disi
Disja (Hungarian) [m]
 "hunter"
Disjaro [m]
Diska
Diskoo [mf]
Diskus
Disky (Dutch)
Disney
Diso
Diss
Distel
Distl
Disty
Dita
Ditch (English) [m]
Ditha
Ditka
Ditlef
Dito
Ditta
Ditte
Ditto
Ditty
Dity
Ditze
Ditzy
Diuk
Diva [f]
Divac (Serbian)
 famous basketball player
Divana [f]
Diven
Diver
Divine
Divita [f]
Divka (Czech) [f]
 "girl"
Divot
Diwa
Dix
Dixa [f]
Dixe
Dixey
Dixi
Dixie (English) [f]
 form the term that refers to the southern United States
Dixij
Dixon
Dixy
Diza
Dizzer [f]
 form of desiree
Dizzie (English)
 dizzy'
Dizzle (English) [m]
Dizzy
Dj (English)
Djabo [m]
Djaga (Indonesian)
 "guard"
Djagga
Djaggat [mf]
Djago (Malays) [m]
 "firm"
Djaira [f]
Djairo [m]
Djak
Djali
Djalie
Djama [m]
Djamain [f]
Djambo
Djamila [f]
 variant of Jamila
Djamo (Russian) [m]
 cyclist djamolidine
Djan
Djana
Djanco [f]
Djanga [f]
Django
Djanka
Djanko [m]
Djanti [f]
Djapy [mf]
Djara (Hebrew) [f]
Djarco [m]
Djarka [f]
Djarmila
Djarno (Dutch) [m]
Djaro [mf]
Djarré [mf]
Djay [m]
Djaya [f]
Djayden [m]
Djayla [f]
Djazz (English) [mf]
 form of Jazz
Djeck
Djeda [mf]
Djedda
Djedi (Greek) [m]
 "magician"
Djeko
Djelly [mf]
Djembe (African) [m]
 "drum"
Djen
Djena [f]
Djenga
Djenghis [m]
Djengis
Djengo [m]
Djenkal
Djénna
Djenta
 form of Yentel
Djento
Djenty
Djer (Polish) [m]
Djerba
Djerkoh
Djermy [m]
Djerro [m]
Djerry
Djerva (Norwegian) [f]
Djessie
Djessy [f]
Djester
Djeto [m]
Djevka (Russian) [f]
 virgin
Djhar (Chinese) [mf]
 "ginger"
Djibbie [m]
Djiego [m]
Djihn (Moroccan) [mf]
 "spirit, ghost from the dessert"
Djiki
Djill
Djimm
Djin
Djina
Djindjay [m]
Djindra [f]
Djindy [mf]
Djinga
Djingo
Djini [f]
Djinka
Djinn
Djinneye [f]
 daugther of Djinn with a lot of "eye"
Djinnie
Djino
Djinta [f]
Djinthy [f]
Djinti [f]
Djinto [m]
Djinx
Djion
Djipsy
Djo Djo
Djocco [f]
Djock
Djoek
Djoeka (Surinam) [mf]
 "runaway slave"
Djoeke (Dutch) [f]
Djoeky
Djoenga
Djoenja
Djoera
Djoerak
Djoeran
Djoeri
Djoeska [mf]
Djokwise
Djoli (Surinam) [mf]
 "cheerful, happy"
Djoni [f]
Djonno
Djony [f]
Djoody [m]
Djoram [m]
Djordi
Djordy
Djorka
Djorny
Djorra [f]
D'Jou
Djouke (Dutch) [mf]
Djouny
Djoura
Djowie [m]
Djoy
Djoyce
Djuba [mf]
Djuca [m]
Djuck
Djuka
Djuke
Djumbo [mf]
Djumper [m]
Djuna (Greek) [f]
 luck, love, friendship
Djune [f]
Djuno
Djup
Djura
Djurre
Dmanada
Dmitri (Russian) [m]
 form of Demetrius
Dmyphnah (Gaelic) [f]
 "suitable one"
Do [mf]
Doady
Dobbe
Dobber
Dobbie (Dutch) [mf]
Dobby [mf]
Doberman
Dobey
Dobi
Dobie
Dobo
Dobor [m]
Dobosz
Dobra [f]
 "good"
Dobran [m]
Dobre Bila (Czech) [mf]
 "good white"
Dobri (Czech)
Dobria
Dobro
Dobrogost (Slavic) [m]
 "kind guest"
Dobromil (Slavic) [m]
 "kind grace"
Dobry [mf]
Dobs
Doby (English) [mf]
Doc (English) [m]
Doca [mf]
Dock
Docker
Dodge (English) [m]
Dodger (English) [m]
Dodgy (English) [m]
 dodge'
Dodie
Dodo
Doebes (Dutch) [f]
Doebi
Doebie (Hebrew) [mf]
 "little bear"
Doebus
Doeby
Doechie
Doedel (Dutch) [mf]
Doefus
Doejka [m]
Doeka [m]
Doeke [m]
Doelos (Latin)
 "slave"
Doenga [mf]
Doenja
Doenya [f]
Doerah [f]
Doerak (Dutch) [m]
 "naughty one"
Doerak Nady
Doeraktess [mf]
Doerek
Doerk [mf]
Doerrak (Dutch) [m]
 doerak'
Doerte
Doerus (Dutch) [m]
Does (Dutch) [m]
Doesan [m]
Doesca
Doeschka
Doesja [f]
Doesjka [f]
Doeska
Doeske (Dutch) [f]
Doeta (Dutch) [m]
Doetje (Dutch) [f]
Doffo
Dog (English)
D-O-G
Dogan (Turkish) [m]
 "originate, be born"
Dogee
Doggel [m]
Doggie (English) [mf]
 form of dog
DogGump
Doggy (English) [mf]
Doggy Boy (English) [m]
Dogi
Doglet
Dogrico
Dogui [mf]
Dogzilla (English)
 Play on Godzilla, the monster of the movie
Doheny
Dohia
Dohle
Dohne
Doireann (Irish) [f]
 "daughter of Fionn"
Doja [f]
Dojan
Dok
Doki
Dokken
Dokse
Doktor
Dokus
Dola [f]
Dolby [m]
Dolce (Italian) [mf]
 nice, sweet, soft
Dolce-Vita
Dolch
Dolcha Vita (Italian) [f]
 "long life"
Dole
Dolf [m]
Dolfi
Dolfke
Dolfo
Dolfy
Dolge
Dolina
Dollar (English) [mf]
 currency
Dollars
Dolley [f]
 variation of Dolly
Dolli
Dollie
Dolly (English) [f]
 form of Dorothy
Dollz (English) [f]
Dolor [f]
 short form of Dolores
Dolores (Spanish) [f]
 "sorrows"
Doly
Dombai
Dombo (Dutch) [mf]
 "stupid"
Domenica (Italian) [f]
 form of Dominic
Domenico (Italian) [m]
 form of Dominic
Domenikus
Dominant
Dominga (Spanish) [f]
 form of Dominic
Domingo (Spanish) [m]
 form of Dominic
Dominic (Latin) [m]
 "of the Lord"; often given to child that was born on Sunday
Dominik
Dominique (French) [mf]
 form of Dominic
Domino
Dominus
Dommel (Dutch) [mf]
 river in the Netherlands
Dommelsch (Dutch) [m]
 brand of beer
Domna
Domo
Domovoi (Russian) [m]
Dompy [m]
Don
Don Diego
Don Pablo [m]
Dona
Donaco (Surinam) [m]
 gift
Donak
Donald (Gaelic) [m]
 "world rule"
Donaldo
Donan
Donand
Donar
Donarbrand
Donard [m]
Donata [f]
 form of Donato
Donatella [f]
 form of Donata
Donatello [m]
 form of Donato
Donatien (French) [m]
 form of Donato
Donatienne (French) [f]
 form of Donato
Donato (Latin) [m]
 "given"
Donatus (Latin) [m]
 "given"
Donau
 river in Germany
Donca
Donder (Dutch)
 "thunder"
Dondersteen (Dutch) [m]
 "naughty person"
Donex
Dongo (Russian) [m]
DonHuan
Doni
Donia
Donita
Donix
Donja
Donjha
Donk
Donka
Donkey (English) [m]
Donko
Donky (English) [m]
 form of Donkey
Donn (Irish)
 "brown"
Donna (Italian) [f]
 "lady" or form of Donald
Donna Lisa (Italian) [f]
Donner
Donnerkeil
Donnoly
Donnovan (Gaelic) [m]
 "little brown dark one"
Donny
Donnza [mf]
Don't Worry (English) [mf]
Donut (English) [mf]
Dony
Donya (Spanish) [mf]
 "strong"
Donzi
Doobey (English) [mf]
Doodle
Doodles
Doogie
Doohan
Dooley (English) [m]
 alcoholic drink
Doolittle
Doonesbury
Doope [f]
Doopy
Doorbell
Doortje (Dutch) [f]
 diminutive of Dora
Doppie (Dutch) [f]
Dopy
Doqus [mf]
Dora (Greek) [f]
 short form of Dorothy, Doris of Theodora
Dorado
Doran
Dorange [f]
Dorant
Dorathea [f]
Dorax
Dorca
Dorcas (Greek) [f]
 "gazelle"
Dorcha
Dorcussen
Dorden
Dorean [f]
 form of Doireann
Doreen [f]
 form of Doireann or Dorothy
Dorenda (Greek) [f]
 "gift of God"
Dores (Portuguese) [f]
 form of Dolores
Dorga
Dorgy
Dori
Dorian [m]
 from the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. Maybe form of Doris or Darius
Doriane (French) [f]
 form of Dorian
Doric
Dorien [f]
Dorijan
Dorin
Dorina
Dorinda
Dorinde (Dutch) [f]
Doris
Dorisma
Dorit
Dorith
Doritos
Dorjee (Tibetan) [mf]
 "rascal"
Dorka (Hungarian) [f]
 dorothy'
Dorla
Dorle
Dorli
Dorn
Dornier
Dornroes
Doro [m]
Dorodia
Dorota (Polish) [f]
 dorothea'
Dorothea (Greek) [f]
 "gift of God"
Dorothie
Dorothy [f]
 form of Dorothea
Dorrie
Dorris
Dorro
Dorrus
Dorry [f]
Dorsch
Dorsey
Dorte
Dorthe
Dorus (Dutch) [m]
Dorwing
Dory
Doryan
Dosca
Doscha
Dosco
Dosey
Dosi
Dosja [f]
Dost (Turkish) [mf]
 "good friend"
Dosulia's
Dosy
Dot (English) [f]
Dotcom (English) [mf]
 referring to the ending of many internet addresses: www.name.com
Dotje (Dutch) [f]
 diminutive of Dot
Dots
Dotson
Dottie
Dotty
Double-o-seven (English) [m]
 "007"; codename of James Bond
Doubs
Douce
Douchca (French) [f]
Doug [m]
 short form of Douglas
Dougal
Dough
Dougie
Douglas (Gaelic) [m]
 "dark blue river" or "blood river"; used to be a site of a bloody battle, later became a Scottish surname
Dounya
Dourak (Dutch) [m]
Doushka [f]
Dousja
Dousje
Dousjka [f]
Douska (French) [f]
Douwe (Dutch) [m]
Douwke (Dutch) [f]
Dov (Hebrew) [m]
 "bear"
Dovchka [f]
Dove
Dover
Dowie
Dowina
Dow-jones (English) [m]
 index of the stock exchange on Wallstreet
Downey
Dowry
Dox [m]
Doxy
Doyle (Gaelic) [m]
 "descendent of Dubhghall"; Dubhghall means: "dark stranger"
Doynick (Finnish) [m]
 "bandit"
Dozer
Dozo (Dutch) [f]
 out of a cartoon
Dr.Who
Drabbe
Draco
Dracula
Draft
Drafter
Draga
Dragan [m]
 short form of Dragomir
Dragana [f]
 form of Dragan
Draggy
Drago
Dragomir (Slavic) [m]
 "precious great" or "precious peace"
Dragon
Dragoner
Dragooner
Dragun [m]
Draino
Drakan
Drake
Drakie (Dutch) [m]
 small form of Dragon
Drakken
Drako
Drambuie
Drammer (Dutch) [m]
 "pushy"
Dranga (Icelandic) [f]
Draper
Drappo Bo
Drash
Drasso
Drasta
Drauf
Draven
Drazic [mf]
DrDre
Dre
Dreadnought
Dream (English)
Dreama
Dreamdance (English) [m]
Dreamer (English) [mf]
Dreamweaver
Dreamy [f]
Drebbel (Dutch) [m]
 combination of obligatory starting letter and nickname of wife (Rebbel)
Drechsler
Dreck
Dreff
Dreist
Dreus (Dutch)
Drew (English, Teutonic) [m]
 short form of Andrew or "skilful"
Drewsilla [f]
Drex
Dreyfus
DrGonzo
Driad
Dribbel (Dutch) [mf]
Dribble
Dribel
Dribka [mf]
Driekes
Driekje
Dries (Dutch) [m]
Driest
Drift (English) [mf]
Drifter
Driftin
Drigon
Drikka
Drina
Drisa
Driscoll (Irish) [m]
 "descendent of Eirdisceol"; Eirdisceol means "messenger"
Driskoll [m]
 variant of Driscoll
Drissca [f]
Driver
Drix
Drixi
Drixy
Drixyl
Droebel [mf]
Droef
Droeffus [m]
Droegha (Russian) [f]
 "girlfriend"
Droek (Russian) [m]
 "friend"
Droemi (Antilian) [mf]
 "sleeping, dreaming"
Droes [m]
Droesem [m]
Droesjba [f]
Droesjka [mf]
Droevis
Drokko (French) [m]
Droll
Drolly
Droma
Drommel (Dutch) [m]
Drompiedromp (Dutch)
Dronna
Drooby [mf]
 droopy'
Droophy
Droopie [mf]
Droopy
Dropje
Droppie (Dutch)
Droppy
Droschka (German) [f]
Drossel
Drosta
Drouka
Drouschka (Russian) [f]
Dru
Drudel
Drudhild
Druid
Druk
Drum
Drumi (Antilian) [mf]
 "sleeping, dreaming"
Drummer
Drummond
Druppel (Dutch) [mf]
 drop
Druppels (Dutch) [mf]
 "(water) drops"
Druse
Drusilla [f]
Drusus
Drut
Druta
Drute
Drux
Druxa
Druxi
Druxie
Dryade's
Dryden (Welsh) [m]
 drwydwn'
Dryfuss
Dschambo [m]
Dschenni
Dshila [m]
D'Spock
Dua (Malays) [mf]
 "two"
Duane [m]
 form of Dwayne
Duarte
Duarto
Dubai
Dubaica
Dubbeltje
Dubh (Irish) [mf]
 "black"
Dubli [mf]
Dublin
Dubonnet
Dubs
Duc (French) [m]
 duke
Duca (Latin) [mf]
 "leader"
Ducati
Duce
Duchess
Duchesse
Duchovny
Duck (English)
Ducker [f]
Duckie
Duckman
Ducky
Duco [m]
Dude
Dudek (Polish) [m]
Dudette
Dudley (Old English) [m]
 "Dudda's clearing"
Dudly
Duece
Duena (Spanish) [f]
Dueña (Spanish) [f]
 "owner"
Duene
Duff (Gaelic) [m]
 "dark blue"
Duffel
Duffy [mf]
Dufi [mf]
 dutch-finnish
Dufky [m]
Dugan (Irish) [m]
 "dark"
Dugong
Duha
Duhonen
Duimelot (Dutch) [f]
Dukat [m]
 Character from Star Trek - Deep Space Nine (represents Cardessia)
Dukdalf
Duke (English) [m]
Duker
Dukey [m]
Duko (English) [m]
 corruption of Duke
Duks
Dula
Dulas (Welsh) [m]
 douglas'
Dulce
Dulcey
Dulcie (Latin) [f]
 "sweet"
Dulcon
Dullo
Dully
Dulo
Dulse
Dum Dum
Duma (African) [m]
 "leopard"
DumDum
Dummie (Dutch) [mf]
Dumper
Dumpie
Dumpling
Dun
Duna (Spanish) [f]
Dunc
Duncan (Celtic) [m]
 "brown warrior" or "dark chief"
Dundee
Dundey
Dundy
Dune [f]
Dunga
Dungo
Dunhill
Dunja (Spanish) [f]
 "lady"
Dunjo
Dunk
Dunkas
Dunker
Dunkin
Dunky (English) [m]
 form of Donkey
Dunstin
Dunston
Dunvagen
Dunya
Duo (English) [f]
Duplo (Danish) [mf]
Dupont
Dur (Turkish)
 "stop"
Dura
Durac (Dutch) [m]
 doerak'
Duran
Durance (French) [f]
Durand
Durango [m]
Duras
Durca
Durda (Aboriginal) [mf]
 "dog"
Duri
Durian (Indian) [mf]
 sort of fruit
Durk (Dutch) [m]
 dirk'
Durka
Durla
Duro (Italian) [m]
 "tough, brave"
Durske (Dutch) [f]
Dursty [m]
Durward (Old English) [m]
 "door guard"
Dusan
Duschka
Duschkan
Dusco (Russian) [m]
Duse
Dusel
Dushi [mf]
 "sweetheart"
Dushka [mf]
Dusi
Dusja
Dusk
Duska [f]
Dusko
Dusky
Dussi
Dust
Dusta
Dusti
Dustie
Dustin (Old Norse) [m]
 "Thor's stone" (from Dorsteinn)
Dustmop
Dusty (English) [mf]
Dutch
Dutche [f]
Dutchess (English)
Dutchy
Dutscho
Duuk
Duvel (Dutch) [m]
 "devil"
Duweno [m]
Dux (Latin) [mf]
 "leader"
Duxa
Duxi
Duxie
Duxo
Duza (Polish) [mf]
 "big, powerful"
Dwain
Dwan
Dwana [f]
Dwarka [m]
Dwarrel (Dutch) [m]
Dwayne (Gaelic) [m]
 "dark" or "black"
Dweeb
Dweezle
Dwight [m]
 from Denis or Dion
Dwina
Dwinky
Dworak (Polish) [m]
Dwyn (Celtic) [mf]
 god of love
Dy
Dyadzia [f]
Dyango
Dyani (Native American) [m]
 eagle
Dyara [f]
Dyca [f]
Dyck
Dyda
Dye
Dyk
Dyke
Dylai
Dylan (Welsh) [m]
 "of the sea"; Welsh god of the sea
Dylana [f]
Dylano
Dylex [mf]
Dylina
Dyma
Dymex (English)
Dymphna [f]
Dymphy
Dyna
Dynah [f]
Dynamic
Dynamiek
Dynamite (English)
Dynamo
Dynara (Russian) [f]
Dynke [f]
Dyno [m]
Dynomutt [m]
Dyogie
Dyos (Spanish) [m]
 god
Dyra
Dysel
 diesel'
Dyska
Dyson
Dyzo (Polish) [m]
Dzardin [m]
Dzenga (Zimbabwen)
 "person who's not afraid to defent himself"
Dzilla [mf]

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