Baby Girl names that start with “D “and their Meaning 

 

D’Anna

Hebrew, meaning ‘special’.

Da-Xia

Chinese, meaning ‘hero’.

Dabney

(alt. Dabnee)

French, meaning ‘from Aubigny’.

Dabria

(alt. Dabrea, Dabrya)

Latin, meaning ‘angel’.

Dacey

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘from the south’.

Dacia

Latin, meaning ‘from Dacia’.

Dada

Nigerian, meaning ‘curly haired’.

Dae

(alt. Day, Daye)

English, meaning ‘day’.

Daelan

(alt. Daylan)

English, meaning ‘aware’.

Daffodil

Dutch, meaning ‘yellow flower’.

Dafnee

(alt. Dafney, Dafnie)

American, alternative of the Greek Daphne.

Dagania

(alt. Daganya, Daganyah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘ceremonial grain’.

Dagmar

German, meaning ‘Day’s glory’.

Dagny

Nordic, meaning ‘new day’.

Dahl

Scandinavian, meaning ‘a valley’.

Dahlia

Scandinavian, from the flower of the same name.

Dai

Japanese, meaning ‘great’.

Daina

Latvian, meaning ‘song’.

Daira

(alt. Daerira, Dayeera)

Greek, meaning ‘informed’.

Daisy

(alt. Dasia)

English, meaning ‘eye of the day’.

Dakota

Native American, meaning ‘allies’.

Dale

(alt. Dael, Dail, Dayle)

Old English, meaning ‘a valley’.

Dalia

(alt. Dalila)

Hebrew, meaning ‘delicate branch’.

Dalili

Swahili, meaning ‘sign from the gods’.

Dallas

Scottish Gaelic, from the village of the same name. Also city in America.

Dalmace

(alt. Dalmassa, Dalmatia)

Latin, meaning ‘from Dalmatia’.

Dalta

Gaelic, meaning ‘favourite’.

Damali

Arabic, meaning ‘beautiful vision’.

Damani

American, meaning ‘tomorrow’.

Damara

(alt. Damaris, Mara, Mari)

Greek, meaning ‘gentle girl’.

Damaris

Greek, meaning ‘calf’.

Damia

(alt. Damya)

Greek, meaning ‘tame’ or ‘spirit’.

Damica

(alt. Damika)

French, meaning ‘friendly’.

Damita

Spanish, meaning ‘little noblewoman’.

Damla

Turkish, meaning ‘water droplet’.

Dana

(alt. Dania, Dayna)

English, meaning ‘from Denmark’.

Danae

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Dangela

American, meaning ‘of angels’.

Dania

(alt. Danya, Danyah)

Hebrew, alternative of Danielle.

Danica

(alt. Danika)

Latin, meaning ‘from Denmark’.

Danika

(alt. Danica, Danyca, Danyka)

Norse, meaning ‘morning star’.

Danielle

(alt. Daniela, Danila, Danyelle)

The feminine form of the Hebrew Daniel, meaning ‘God is my judge’.

Danita

English, meaning ‘God will judge’.

Danu

Celtic, meaning ‘goddess of fruitfulness’.

Danya

Hebrew, meaning ‘God’s gift’.

Dao-ming

Chinese, meaning ‘like a shining path’.

Daphne

(alt. Dafne, Daphna)

Of Greek origin, meaning ‘laurel tree’.

Dara

Hebrew and Persian, meaning ‘wisdom’.

Daray

American, meaning ‘dark’.

Darby

(alt. Darbi, Darbie)

Irish, meaning ‘park with deer’.

Darcie

(alt. Darci, Darcy)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘dark’.

Darda

Hebrew, meaning ‘knowledge’.

Daria

Greek, meaning ‘rich’.

Darian

(alt. Darien, Daryan, Daryen)

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘precious’.

Darla

English, meaning ‘darling’.

Darlene

(alt. Darleen, Darline)

American, meaning ‘darling’.

Darren

(alt. Darin, Daryn)

Irish, meaning ‘great little one’.

Darsha

(alt. Darshika, Darshna)

Hindi, meaning ‘to see’.

Daru

Hindi, meaning ‘pine’.

Darva

Slavic, meaning ‘honeybee’.

Daryl

(alt. Darryl)

English, originally used as a surname.

Dasha

Russian, meaning ‘present from God’.

Davina

Hebrew, meaning ‘loved one’.

Dawn

(alt. Dawna)

English, meaning ‘the dawn’.

Dayaa

Hindi, meaning ‘compassion’.

Daya

Hebrew, meaning ‘bird of prey’.

Dayo

Nigerian, meaning ‘arrival of joy’.

Dayton

(alt. Deyton)

English, alternative of Deighton. Also a place in Florida, USA.

Dea

Latin, meaning ‘goddess’.

Dean

(alt. Dene, Deni)

English, meaning ‘church offical’.

Deanna

(alt. Dayana, Deanne)

English, meaning ‘valley’.

Debbie

(alt. Debbi, Debby)

Shortened form of Deborah, meaning ‘bee’.

Deborah

(alt. Debora, Debra, Debrah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘bee’.

December

Latin, meaning ‘tenth month’.

Decima

(alt. Decia)

Latin, meaning ‘tenth’.

Dee

Welsh, meaning ‘swarthy’.

Deidre

(alt. Deidra, Deirdre)

Irish, meaning ‘raging woman’.

Deja

(alt. Dejah)

French, meaning ‘already’.

Delancey

(alt. Delancie)

French, meaning ‘from Lancey’.

Delaney

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘offspring of the challenger’.

Delia

Greek, meaning ‘from Delos’.

Delicia

(alt. Daleesha, Dalicia, Delisa)

Latin, meaning ‘delight’.

Delilah

(alt. Delina)

Hebrew, meaning ‘seductive’.

Delja

Polish, meaning ‘daughter of the sea’.

Della

(alt. Dell)

Shortened form of Adele, meaning ‘nobility’.

Dellen

(alt. Dellan, Dellin, Dellon)

Cornish, meaning ‘petal’.

Delores

(alt. Deloris)

Spanish, meaning ‘sorrows’.

Delphine

(alt. Delpha, Delphia, Delphina)

Greek, meaning ‘dolphin’.

Delta

Greek, meaning ‘fourth child’.

Delyth

(alt. Delith)

Welsh, meaning ‘pretty girl’.

Dembe

African, meaning ‘peace’.

Demetria

(alt. Demetrice)

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Demi

French, meaning ‘half’.

Dena

(alt. Deena)

English, meaning ‘from the valley’.

Denise

(alt. Denice, Denisa, Denisse)

French, meaning ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Deniz

Turkish, meaning ‘the sea’.

Derby

English, meaning ‘from the deer park’.

Derica

American, meaning ‘ruler of the people’.

Derora

Hebrew, meaning ‘stream’.

Desdemona

Greek, meaning ‘wretchedness’.

Desiree

(alt. Desirae)

French, meaning ‘much desired’.

Desma

Greek, meaning ‘blinding oath’.

Despina

Greek, meaning ‘lady’.

Dessa

Russian, alternative of Odessa.

Desta

African, meaning ‘joy’.

Destiny

(alt. Destinee, Destiney, Destini)

French, meaning ‘fate’.

Deva

Hindi, meaning ‘God-like’.

Devaki

Sanskrit, meaning ‘a God’.

Devan

Irish, meaning ‘poet’.

Devi

Sanskrit, meaning ‘power goddess’.

Devin

(alt. Devinne)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘poet’.

Devon

English, from the county of the same name.

Dextra

American, feminine form of Dexter.

Dhavala

Indian, meaning ‘white’.

Diamond

English, meaning ‘brilliant’.

Diana

(alt. Diane, Dianna, Dianne)

Roman, meaning ‘divine’.

Diandra

Greek, meaning ‘two males’.

Diantha

(alt. Dianthe)

Greek, meaning ‘heavenly flower’.

Diara

Latin, meaning ‘a present’.

Dido

(alt. Dydo)

Greek, meaning ‘wanderer’. The mythological queen of Carthage.

Didrika

German, meaning ‘ruler of the people’.

Dilana

American, meaning ‘from the light’.

Dilwyn

Welsh, meaning ‘genuine’.

Dilys

Welsh, meaning ‘reliable’.

Dimitra

Greek, meaning ‘follower of Demeter’.

Dimona

Hebew, meaning ‘south’.

Dinah

(alt. Dina)

Hebrew, meaning ‘justified’.

Dionne

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Dionysia

(alt. Dionisa, Dionis, Dionyze)

Greek, meaning ‘Dionysus’ gift’.

Dior

(alt. Deor, Diorre, Dyor)

French, meaning ‘golden one’. Associated now with the fashion designer.

Divine

Italian, meaning ‘heavenly’.

Dixie

French, meaning ‘tenth’.

Dodie

Hebrew, meaning ‘well-loved’.

Dolly

(alt. Dollie)

Shortened form of Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dolores

(alt. Doloris)

Spanish, meaning ‘sorrows’.

Domina

(alt. Dominah, Domyna)

Latin, meaning ‘graceful lady’.

Dominique

(alt. Domenica, Dominica)

Latin, meaning ‘Lord’.

Donata

Latin, meaning ‘given’.

Donna

(alt. Dona, Donnie)

Italian, meaning ‘lady’.

Donoma

Native American, meaning ‘sight of the sun’.

Dora

Greek, meaning ‘gift’.

Dorcas

Greek, meaning ‘gazelle’.

Doreen

(alt. Dorene, Dorine)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘brooding’.

Dori

Greek, meaning ‘present’.

Doria

Greek, meaning ‘of the sea’.

Doris

(alt. Dorris)

Greek, from the place of the same name.

Dorothy

(alt. Dorathy, Doretha, Dorotha, Dorothea, Dorthy)

Greek, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dorrit

(alt. Dorit)

Greek, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dory

(alt. Dori)

French, meaning ‘gilded’.

Dottie

(alt. Dotty)

Shortened form of Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dove

(alt. Dovie)

English, from the bird of the same name.

Dracen

English, meaning ‘dragon’.

Drea

Greek, meaning ‘courageous’.

Drew

Greek, meaning ‘masculine’.

Drury

English, meaning ‘love’.

Drusilla

(alt. Drucilla)

Latin, meaning ‘of the Drusus clan’.

Duaa

Arabic, meaning ‘prayer to God’.

Dulcie

(alt. Dulce, Dulcia)

Latin, meaning ‘sweet’.

Dunne

English, meaning ‘brown’.

Durriyah

Arabic, meaning ‘shining’.

Duscha

Slavic, meaning ‘heavenly spirit’.

Dusty

(alt. Dusti)

English, from the place of the same name. Made famous by the singer Dusty Springfield.

Duyen

Vietnamese, meaning ‘grace’.

Dyan

American, meaning ‘celestial’.

Dympna

Irish, meaning ‘fawn’.

Dysis

Greek, meaning ‘sunset’.

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