Baby Girl Names beginning with D

Baby Girl Names D

The Top Girl Names and Unique Girl Names that start with D

Baby Girl Names Beginning with D

Daba Hebrew kind words, bee swarm
Dabria Latin name of an angel
Dacey Gaelic The southerner. A boy or girl's name.
Dacia Greek A woman from Dacia, an ancient European country.
Dacio French from arcy
Dade unknown  
Dae Korean Greatness.
Daffodil English from Greek The asphodel. A flower name.
Dagmar Old Norse A maiden of the day, or glorious day.
Dagna Old Norse A new day.
Dagny Norwegian day, brightness, new day, Dane's joy
Dahlia English From the flower, named after the Swedish botanist, Dahl.
Dai Welsh/Japanese Welsh: The beloved, the adored one. Japanese: Great. A boy or girl's name.
Daisy Old English The day's eye. A flower name. Also a nickname from Margaret.
Dakin Danish Danish
Daksha Hindu  
Dale Teutonic/Old English A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Dalia   A branch, bough.
Dalila Swahili Gentle.
Dallas Celtic Skilled, or from the field of water. Also a city in Texas. A boy or girl's name.
Damalis Greek one who gentles
Damara Greek gentle girl
Damaris Greek Gentle. A New Testament name.
Dame German lady
Damiana Greek Tame, domesticated. The feminine form of Damian/Damon.
Damini Hindu lightning
Damita Spanish The little noble lady.
Damosel Old English A damsel, or young unmarried woman.
Dana Old English/Czech Old English: From Denmark. Czech: God is my judge. A boy or girl's name.
Danae Greek The mother of Perseus in Greek mythology.
Dani   My judge.
Danica Slavic the morning star
Daniela   God is my judge.
Danielle Hebrew God is my judge. The feminine form of Daniel.
Danika Slavonic The morning star.
Dannell    
Danniell   God is my judge.
Danu Gaelic The goddess of fruitfulness.
Danuta Polish A little deer. Also see Dana.
Daphne Greek The laurel. In Greek mythology, the name of a nymph who was transformed into a Laurel tree.
Dara Irish Gaelic/Hebrew Irish: A son of oak. Hebrew: Compassion, wisdom. A boy or girl's name.
Daralis Old English beloved
Daray unknown dark
Darby Irish Gaelic/Middle English Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement. A boy or girl's name.
Darcie Old French An old Norman family name.
Daria Greek Wealthy. The feminine form of Darius.
Darinka Slowenian  
Darlene English from Old French The little darling, the beloved one. Also see Darrelle.
Darra Gaelic, Farsi small great one, riches
Darrelle Old French The beloved one. The feminine form of Darrell. Also see Darlene.
Darrene English The Great one. The feminine form of Darren.
Darri Aboriginal A track.
Dasha Greek gift of god
Davan Irish The beloved, the adored one. Feminine form of David.
Davida   The beloved, the adored one. Feminine form of David.
Davina Hebrew The beloved one. The feminine form of David. Also see Vida.
Davine Hebrew the loved
Dawa Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Monday. A boy or girl's name.
Dawn English Daybreak, dawn.
Daya Hebrew bird
Dayla Hebrew to draw water, branch or bough
Dayle   A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Deana   The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Deanna   The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Deanne   The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Debbie   The bee, an industrious woman.
Debby   The bee, an industrious woman.
Deborah Hebrew The bee, an industrious woman. A biblical name.
Debra   The bee, an industrious woman.
Dechen Tibetan/Sherpa Health and happiness.
Decima Latin The tenth.
Dee   From the name Audrey, Deirdre, Delia, Diana. Audrey - Strong and noble, regal. Deirdre - Sorrow. Delia - A woman from the island of Delos. Diana - The divine one.
Deena Hindu  
Deepali Hindu  
Deepika Hindu a little light
Deepti Hindu  
Deeta   The lost one.
Deianira Greek wife of heracles
Deidra   Sorrowful, wanderer.
Deiene Basque religious holiday
Deion    
Deiondre   Valley.
Deirdre Celtic Sorrow. The name of a character from Irish legend.
Deja French before
Delanna Italian soft as wool
Delbin Greek dolphin, flower name
Delcine   Sweet.
Delfina   Dolphin.
Delia Greek A woman from the island of Delos. Also another name for Artemis, the Greek moon goddess. Also See Cordelia and Della.
Delicia Latin Delight.
Delila   Hair or poor.
Delilah Hebrew The beautiful temptress. The lover of Samson in the Bible.
Dell English From the dell or hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Della English A woman from the island of Delos. Probably derived from Delia or Delilah and Ella. Also a diminutive of Adele and Adelaide.
Delma Spanish Of the sea.
Delphine Latin A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delta Greek The fourth, as in fourth child.
Delvene   A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delvine   A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delwyn Old English/Welsh Old English: A friend from the valley. Welsh: Neat and fair. A boy or girl's name.
Delyth Welsh Neat and pretty.
Dembe Ugandan peace
Demelza Cornish From a placename. The heroine of Winston Graham's Poldark novels.
Demetria Greek From the goddess of fertility.
Demi Latin Half. Also see Demetria.
Dena Old English From the valley. Feminine form of Dean.
Denise French from Greek A lover of wine. The feminine form of Denis/Dennis.
Dep Vietnamese beautiful
Derica   Beloved leader.
Derryth Welsh Of the Oak.
Dervla Irish Gaelic The daughter of the poet.
Desana   Longed for.
Desdemona Greek Ill-fated. A Shakespearian character murdered by her husband Othello.
Desiree Latin The desired one.
Desma Greek A pledge.
Despina Greek  
Desta Ethiopian Happiness.
Destinee French destiny
Destry French war horse
Deva   Celestial spirit.
Devaki Hindu black, mother of Krishna
Devi Breton/Sanskrit Breton: The beloved, the adored one. Sanskrit: Godlike, a goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Devika Sanskrit A little goddess.
Devnet Swedish home of the Danes
Devona Old English From the county of Devon.
Devora Jewish The bee, an industrious woman.
Devorah Jewish The bee, an industrious woman.
Devore   The bee, an industrious woman.
Dextra Latin Skilful, dexterous. The feminine form of Dexter.
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