Baby Boy Names Starts from D

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Dabert  French  Bright action.
Dacey  Gaelic  The southerner. A boy or girl's name.
Dade  unknown   
Dafydd  Welsh  Beloved.
Dag  Old Norse  The day.
Dagan  Hebrew  Grain, or the earth.
Dagobert  German  shining sun
Dahana  Hindu  a Rudra
Dai  Welsh/Japanese  Welsh: The beloved, the adored one. Japanese: Great. A boy or girl's name.
Dail  Teutonic/Old English  A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Dakarai  African  happiness
Dakota  Native American  A friend.
Dakshesh  Hindu   
Daku  Aboriginal  Sand.
Dalbert Old English From the shining valley.
Daley  Irish Gaelic  A counsellor.
Dallas  Celtic  Skilled, or from the field of water. Also a city in Texas. A boy or girl's name.
Dallin  Old English  pride's people
Dalton  Old English  The town near the valley.
Daly  Gaelic  advisor
Dalziel  Scottish Gaelic  From the little field.
Damek  Czech  earth
Damen  Greek  taming
Damian  Greek  Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Damien  Greek  Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Damodar  Sanskrit  Tied with a rope around the belly.
Damon  Greek  Day or constant.
Dan  Hebrew  God is my judge. An Old Testament prophet.
Dana  Old English/Czech  Old English: From Denmark. Czech: God is my judge. A boy or girl's name.
Danby  Old Norse  From the Dane's settlement.
Dane  Old English  From Denmark. A boy or girl's name.
Daniel  Hebrew  God is my judge. An Old Testament prophet.
Danior  English  born with teeth
Dannie  Hebrew  God is my judge.
Danny  Hebrew  God is my judge.
Dante  Italian  Enduring, steadfast. Also see Durant.
Dara  Irish Gaelic/Hebrew  Irish: A son of oak. Hebrew: Compassion, wisdom. A boy or girl's name.
Darby  Irish Gaelic/Middle English  Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement. A boy or girl's name.
Darcy  Old French  Dark. Also from a place name and a Norman family name.
Darel  Aboriginal  Blue sky.
Daren  Nigerian  Born at night. Also see Darren.
Darien  Greek/Spanish  Greek: Wealthy. Spanish: A placename.
Darin    Precious present.
Darius  Greek  Wealthy. The name of several ancient Persian kings.
Darnell  French  From the hidden place.
Darrel  Old English  beloved
Darrell  Old French  The dear one, the beloved.
Darren  English  Great.
Darryl    Dear, beloved.
Darshan  Hindu  a god's name
Dartagnan  French  leader
Darthmouth  English  port's name
Darton  Old English  From the deer forest or estate.
Daruka  Hindu   
Darwin  Old English  A beloved friend.
Daryl    Dear, beloved.
Dattatreya  Hindu  a son of Atri, a god
Dave    Beloved. From the name David, but also used independently.
Davey  Hebrew  The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
David  Hebrew  The beloved, the adored one. The famous Israelite king of the Bible, and the patron saint of Wales. Also see Davidson.
Davidson  English  The beloved, the adored one.
Davie    The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Davin  Scandinavian  The bright one from Finland.
Davis  Scottish  David's son
Davy    The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Dawa  Tibetan/Sherpa  Born on a Monday. A boy or girl's name.
Dayton    Bright and sunny town.
Deacon  Greek  servent, messenger
Dean  Latin/Old English  Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Decker  Belgian  roofer
Declan  Irish Gaelic  The name of a 5th-century bishop.
Decretas    From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Dedric  Teutonic  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dedrick  German  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Deepak  Sanskrit  Like a lamp or light.
Deiphobus  From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Del  Teutonic  A ruler of the people. From the name Derek and names beginning with 'Del'.
Delaney  Gaelic  The challenger's descendant.
Delano  Old French  From the forest of nut trees.
Delbert  Old English  Bright as day.
Deli  Hungarian  warrior
Dell  English  From the dell or hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Delling  Old Norse  The shining one.
Delmar  Latin  From the sea.
Delmore  Latin  sea
Delroy  Old French  The son or servant of the king.
Delsin  Native American  he is so
Delwyn  Old English/Welsh  Old English: A friend from the valley. Welsh: Neat and fair. A boy or girl's name.
Deman  Dutch  man
Demas  Greek  Popular.
Demetrius  Greek  Goddess of fertility.
Demitrius    Lover of the earth.
Demos  Greek  Of the people.
Dempe  unknown  peace
Dempsey  Irish Gaelic  The proud one.
Dempster  Old English  The judge.
Demyan  Russian  Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Denby  Old Norse  From the Dane's settlement.
Denes  Greek, Hungarian  wine, drama
Denham  Old English  A homestead in the valley.
Denholm  Swedish  home of the Danes
Denis    Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Deniz  Turkish  Of the sea.
Denley  Old English  From the meadow in the valley.
Dennis  Greek  Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dennison  Old English  The son of Dennis. Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. Also see Tennyson.
Denton  Old English  From the farm or town in the valley.
Denver  Old English  From the edge of the valley. Also an USA placename.
Denzel  Cornish  From a placename meaning high stronghold.
Denzil  Cornish  From a placename meaning high stronghold.
Deo  Greek  godlike
Derain  Aboriginal  Of the mountains.
Derby  Irish Gaelic/Middle English  Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement.
Derek  Teutonic  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Derex    A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dermot  Irish Gaelic  Envy free.
Derrell  Old French  The dear one, the beloved.
Derren    From an old Welsh name.
Derrick  Cornish  From the Oak grove. Also see Derek.
Derron    Great.
Derry  Cornish/Irish Gaelic  Cornish: Of the Oak trees. Irish Gaelic: Redheaded, and the name of an Irish county. Also see Derek.
Derward  Old English  The deer-keeper.
Derwent  Welsh  The name of rivers in England and Tasmania.
Derwin  Old English  A beloved friend.
Derwood  Old English  The gatekeeper.
Derwyn  Old English  A beloved friend.
Des    Short for names beginning with Des.
Desiderio  Latin, French  so long hoped for, crave, desire
Desiderius  Latin  The desired one.
Desmond  Irish Gaelic  The world.
Dev  Sanskrit  Godlike.
Devang  Hindu   
Devante  Spanish  fighter of wrong
Devarsi  Hindu  sage of the Devas
Devdan  Sanskrit  The gift of the gods.
Deverell  Celtic  From the riverbank.
Devereux  Old French/English  Originally a Norman surname.
Devesh  Hindu   
Devi  Breton/Sanskrit  Breton: The beloved, the adored one. Sanskrit: Godlike, a goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Devin  Celtic  A poet.
Devitri  Hindu   
Devlin  Irish Gaelic  Fierce bravery.
Devon  English  The name of a Southwestern English county.
Devrity  Hindu   
Dewey  Welsh  Devin
Dewi  Welsh  Welsh form of David. The beloved, the adored one. Also se Dafydd.
Dewitt  Welsh  blond
Dexter  Latin  Right-handed, dexterous.
Dhananjay  Hindu  Arjuna
Dharma  Hindu   
Dharmavira  Hindu   
Dharmendra  Hindu   
Dharmesh  Hindu   
Dharuna  Hindu  a rishi
Dhatri  Hindu  a son of Vishnu, Lakshmi
Dhaval  Hindu   
Dheran  Aboriginal  A gully.
Dhruv  Hindu   
Diamond  Old English  A shining protector.
Dian  Indonesian  A candle.
Diarmad  Scottish Gaelic  Without envy.
Diarmid  Irish Gaelic  Without envy.
Dick  Teutonic  Powerful, rich ruler.
Dickie  Teutonic  Brave and strong.
Dickinson  Old English  powerful, rich ruler
Dickson  Old English  The son of Richard (Dick's son). Brave and strong.
Dicky  Teutonic  Brave and strong.
Didier  French  The desired one.
Diederik  Danish  ruler of the people
Diego  Spanish  Spanish form of James. The supplanter. Also see Santiago.
Dieter  Old German  Of a warrior race.
Dietrich  German  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Digby  Old Norse  From the settlement by the dyke.
Diggory  Cornish from Old French  Lost or strayed.
Dilip  Hindu  a king, ancestor of Rama
Dillon  Welsh  Man from the sea.
Dimitri  Greek  Belonging to Demeter, the `Earth Mother' and goddess of fertility.
Dinesh  Sanskrit  The lord of the day.
Dinkar  Hindu   
Dino  Italian  Latin: A religious official. Old English: From the valley.
Dinsdale  Welsh  Born on Sunday.
Diomedes  From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra, Troilus & Cressida.
Dion  Greek  A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dione  Greek  A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. A boy or girl's name.
Dionysus  German  A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dirk  Dutch/Flemish  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dirke  Teutonic  A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Divyesh  Hindu   
Dixon  Old English  Richard's son.
Djavan  Brazilian   
Dmitri  Greek  Goddess of fertility.
Dobry  Polish  Good.
Dodd  Teutonic  Of the people.
Dogberry    From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Dolabella    From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Dolan  Irish Gaelic  Black-haired.
Dolf  Teutonic  A noble wolf.
Dolph  Teutonic  A noble wolf.
Dominic  Latin  Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Dominick    Belonging to God.
Domokos  Hungarian  God's own
Don  Scottish Gaelic  The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donahue  Irish Gaelic  A warrior dressed in brown.
Donalbain  From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Donald  Scottish Gaelic  The ruler of the world.
Donatien  French, Latin  gift
Donato  Latin  A gift, given by God.
Donegal  Irish  The name of a county.
Donnelly  Gaelic  The dark brave one.
Donnie  Scottish Gaelic  The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donny  Scottish Gaelic  The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donoghue  Irish Gaelic  A warrior dressed in brown.
Donohue  Irish Gaelic  A warrior dressed in brown.
Donovan  Irish Gaelic  Dark warrior.
Dooley  Irish Gaelic  A dark hero.
Dorak  Aboriginal  Lively.
Doran  Irish Gaelic  A wanderer or stranger.
Dorian  Greek  A man belonging to the Dorian tribe (one of the ancient Greek tribes). Oscar Wilde probably invented the name for the main character of his 1890s novel, The Portrait of Dorian Gray.
Dorjee  Tibetan/Sherpa  A thunderbolt.
Doron  Greek  A gift. A modern Jewish name, and the masculine form of Dora.
Dorset  Old English  tribe near the sea
Dory  French  Golden-haired.
Doug    From the dark stream.
Dougal  Gaelic  A dark stranger.
Douglas  Scottish Gaelic  From the dark stream.
Douglass    From the dark stream.
Dov  Hebrew  A bear.
Dover  Old English  Of the waters.
Dow  Irish Gaelic  Black-haired.
Doyle  Gaelic  A dark stranger.
Dragan  Slavonic  The dear one.
Drake  Old English  Dragon.
Drew  Celtic  Courageous. A boy or girl's name.
Driscoll  Irish  The interpreter.
Dromio    From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Drostan  Celtic  The noisy one.
Druce  Celtic  The son of Drew. Manly, courageous. From the name Andrew, but also an independent name.
Drury  Old French  The dear one, a sweetheart.
Dryden  Old English  From the dry valley.
Drystan  Celtic  The noisy one.
Duane  Irish Gaelic  A little dark one.
Duarte  Portuguese  Portuguese form of Edward. Happy guardian.
Dudley  English  From the meadow.
Duff  Scottish Gaelic  Dark-haired, or of a dark complexion.
Dugal  Gaelic  A dark stranger.
Dugald  Gaelic  A dark stranger.
Dugan  Gaelic  Dark-skinned.
Duglas  Gaelic  dark stranger
Duke  Old French  Leader.
Dull    From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Dumaine    From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Duman  Turkish  Smoke, or mist.
Dunbar  Gaelic  A dark branch.
Duncan  Scottish Gaelic  Dark skinned warrior.
Dunham  Celtic  A dark man.
Dunley  Old English  From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Dunmore  Scottish Gaelic  From the fortress on the hill.
Dunn  Celtic  brown
Dunstan  Old English  From the dark stone or hill.
Dural  Aboriginal  A hollow tree that is on fire.
Durand  Latin  enduring
Duranjaya  Hindu  a heroic son
Durant  Latin  Enduring, steadfast. Also see Dante.
Durdanius  From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Durham  Old English  A hilly peninsula.
Durjaya  Hindu  difficult to conquer
Durmada  Hindu   
Durriken  English  fortune-telling
Durward  Old English  The gatekeeper.
Durwin  Old English  A dear friend.
Dusan  Czech  The soul, the spirit.
Dustin  Old Norse  Warrior.
Dutch  German  the German
Dvimidha  Hindu   
Dwaine  Irish Gaelic  A little dark one.
Dwane  Irish Gaelic  A little dark one.
Dwayne  Irish Gaelic  A little dark one.
Dwennon  Old English  one of originality
Dwight  Teutonic  White, fair one.
Dyami  Native American  An eagle.
Dyfan  Welsh  Welsh form of Damon. Day or constant.
Dylan  Welsh  Man from the sea.
Dymas  Greek  father of hecate
Dyre  Scandinavian  A dear or precious one.