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“D” Girl Names

Dahlia

Dahlia is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning: “flowering branch”.

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Daisy

Daisy is an English girl’s flower name meaning: “day’s eye”.

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Dalia

Dalia is a Hebrew name meaning: “flowering branch”. The name Dalia is a simplified spelling of Dahlia. Variant: Daliah.

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Damita

Damita (D-ah-mee-tah) is a Spanish girl’s name meaning: “noble woman”.

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Danica

Danica (Dan-ih-kuh, Dah-neets-tah) is a Slavic girl’s name meaning: “morning star”.

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Daria

Daria Meaning, origin, and popularity of the name DariaDariaPossess WellFeminine of the male name Darius meaning ‘possess well’.Possess WellGreekFor a girl Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names More about the name DariaVariations & similar names, nicknames, middle names...

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Deirdre

All About the Name Deirdre Gender: Girl Meaning: Sorrows Origin: Irish Current Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names More about the name Deirdre: From a Celtic legend, Deirdre was referred to as ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’. She was a tragic heroine sometimes seen...

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Delmi

Delmi (DEHL-mee) is a German girl’s name meaning: “protector”.

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Delphine

Delphine is a French girl’s name meaning: “woman from Delphi”.

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Delyth

All About the Name Delyth Gender: Girl Meaning: Pretty, neat Origin: Welsh Current Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names More about the name Delyth: Composed of del ‘pretty, neat’ and the ending -yth from an analogy of Welsh names. What do you think of the name...

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Demna

Demna (DEM-nah) is a Greek girl’s name meaning: “mother earth”.

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Dextra

The feminine equivalent of Dexter. In Latin dexter means “right-handed, auspicious”

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Digna

All About the Name Digna Gender: Girl Meaning: Worthy Origin: Spanish Current Popularity: Not in the top 1,000 names More about the name Digna: From Late Latin name Digna ‘worthy’. Borne by a martyr beheaded in Spain during the 9th century.  What do you think of the...

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Dora

Dora Meaning, origin, and popularity of the name DoraDoraGift19th-century coinage used as a short form of Isidora, Theodora, Dorothy and any other Greek name with the word dōron ‘gift’.GiftGreekFor a girl Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names More about the name...

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