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Indian Names - Male

GujaratiEnglishMeaning of the word
NCG Dahan Rudra
NS Dakshesh
N5"G Darpan
NX"S Darshak
NX"G Darshan
Dattatreya a son of Atri, a god
lN5S Deepak
N[XG Deshan
N[J Dev
N[JS Devak
N[J, Deval
N[JF\S Devank
N[JXL" Devarshi sage of the Devas
N[JT Devat
N[J[G Deven
N[J[X Devesh
lN,L5 Dilip
lNGF\S Dinank
lNG[X Dinesh
lNGSZ Dinkar
NL5G Dipan
lNJFSZ Divakar
lNjIF\U Divyang
lNjI[X Divyesh
NLWF"I] Dirghayu
lNULX Digish
NL5[G Dipen
NL5[X Dipesh
lNU\T Dingat
lNNFZ Didar
NlT Dixshit
N],F, Dulal
N]l,5 Dulip
NDFD Damam
N],"E Durlabh
NlX"T Darshit
N{JT Daivat
NM,G Dolan
lN,[Z Diler
N],FZ Dular
N]U" Durga unreachable
lJT Dravit
]5N Drupad
]5, Drupal
]D, Drumal
]DG Druman
]lTS Drutik
lH[X Dwijesh
lH[G Dwijen
l5[X Dwipesh
lH[g Dwijendra
{Z5 Dvairap
F5Z Dwapar
lZ[S Dwirek

Indian Names - Female

GujaratiEnglishMeaning of the word
NWL Dadhija daughter of milk; born of curd, the goddess Lakshmi who is considered to be the daughter of sea and born from the Ocean of Milk.
NWLGNL Dadhinadi river of curd, a river of ancient India (M.Bh.)
NCNCF Dahadahaa blazing; destroying enemies, a mother in Skanda's retinue (M.Bh.)
NCGl5|IF Dahanapriya beloved of fire, the wife of Agni (H.Kosa)
NCGM<SF Dahanolka firebrand
N{tIX[GF Daityasena one who has an army of demons, a daughter of Prajapati, the sister of Devasena and the wife of the asura Kesi (M.Bh.)
N1SgIF Dakskanya an able daughter. daughter of Daksa; another name fro Durga.
NF Daksha
NDI\lT Damayanti subduing men; self-restrained, the daughter of King Bhima of Vidarbha, the wife of King Nala, considered to be the most noble of Indian heroines (Nalopaakhyaana); a daughter of Pramloca; a king of jasmine.
N, Dalaja produced from petals. honey
N,SM;F Dalakosaa treasure of petals; the jasmine flower.
NFDLGL Damini lightening
NG] Danu noisy; high-pitched. 2. growler 3. a daughter of Daksa, the wife of Kasyapa and the mother of the 100 danavas (M.Bha.)
N5"l6SF Darpanika a small mirror
NX"GL Darshani worth looking at. 3. another name for goddess Durga.
NXCZF Dashaharaa 1. eliminator of 10; destroyer of 10. 2. taking away 10 sins. 3. another name for the Ganga.
NFN[JL Dattadevi 1. goddess of gifts. 3. the wife of Samudapugta and mother of Chandragupta II.
NL Datti a gift
NIF Daya 1. compassion; sympathy; pity. 3. compassion personified as the daughter of Daksa and mother of Abhaya (Bha.Purana).
NIFJTL Dayavati full of mercy.
N[lCGL Dehini 1. of the body. 2. corporeal; bearer of a body. 3. another name for the earth.
N[JSL Devaki 1. divine; glorious; pious. 3. the daughter of Devaka, wife of Vasudeva, the mother of Krishna and the reincarnation of Aditi the wife of Kasyapa (Bhagwat)
N[JSLZL Devakiri 1. tongue of the gods. 3. a ragini in music regarded as the wife of Megharaja.
N[JL Devakri 1. myth 3. a raga
N[JzL Devashri 1. divine goddess 3. another name for Lakshmi
N[JL Devi 1. divine; deity; goddess; queen; lady 3. the ultimate sattvika force responsible for the creation of the worlds, who appears in various forms of which the 5 main are Durga, Lakshmi, Sarasvati, Savitri and Radha, the 6 partial forms are Ganga, Tulsi, Manasadevi, Devasena, Mangalacankika, Bhumi, the Ansalakaladevis are also part of this ultimate satvik force or Mahadevi, she is known by 108 names; a nymph beloved of the sun (A.Kosa); the mother of the 18th Arhat of the present Avasrpini (H.Kosa); Bryonopsis laciniosa; Cucumis trigonos; Black myrobalan (Terminalia chebuala); Velvet leaf (Cissampelos pareira); Clematis triloba; Desmodium gangeticum; Common Flax (Linum usitatissimum)
N[JLSF Devika 1. minor deity; minor goddess. 2. god like. 3. a class of goddess of an inferior order - Anumati, Raka, Sinivali, Kuhu and Dhatra; the daughter of Saibya king Govasana, the wife of Yudhisthira and mother of Yaudheya (M.Bha.); Ash coloured Fleabane (Vernonia cinerea)
N[JLSL Deviki derived from the goddess
NLF Diksha 1. initiation. 2. consecration; dedication. 3. initiation personified as the wife of Soma, Rudra, Ugra and Rudra Vamadeva (Puranas)
NLGF Dina
NL5F Dipa illuminated; that which illuminates; enlightens.
NL5LSF Dipika a little light
NL5FzL Dipakshi bright-eyed.
NL5F,L Dipali a row of lights.
NL5FJ,L Dipavali a row of lights.
NL5G Dipan 1. illuminating; passion. 2. that which kindles, in flames 3. an attendant of Devi (T.Sastra); Fetid Cassia (Cassia occidentalis)
NL5XLBF Dipashikha the flame of a lamp
NL%TL Dipti brightness; light; illuminating; enlightening
NLlW"SF Dirghika 1. a tall girl; an oblong lake. 3. a daughter of Visvakarma (Puranas)
NLJL Divijaa born of the sky; heaven born; celestial; 2. celestial; a goddess
lNjIF Divya 1. divine; celestial; heavenly; charming; beautiful. 3. an apsara (Rd.Veda); asparagus race mosus; Barley (Hordeum vulgare); Indian Peenywort (Hydrocotyle asiatica); Black Myrobalan (Terminalia Chebula)
lNjIFN[JL Divyadevi divine goddess
lNjIHIMlT Divyajyoti divine light.
lQ8 Dristi direction; good fortune; happiness; auspicious juncture.
N]UF" Durga 1. difficult to approach; the inaccessible or terrifying goddess. 3. goddess of the universe worshipped in 64 different forms of which Parvati the daughter of Himavan and wife of Shiva is one (T.Aranyaka).

Non - Indian Names

NameGenderOriginMeaningSimilar Names
Dakarai male African happiness
Dakota unisex Native American friend
Delsin male Native American he is so
Dena female Native American vindicated, valley Denna
Dyami male Native American eagle
Dyani female Native American deer
Daley male Anglo-Saxon Assembly, from the valley Dailey, Daily
Darlene female Anglo-Saxon tenderly beloved, little darling Darlin, Darlen, Darleen, Darlynn, Dare, Darla
Dikranouhi female Armenian queen
Decker male Belgian roofer
Deiene female Basque religious holiday
Dana female Celtic from Denmark, mother of the Gods in myths
Dermot male Celtic free of envy Kermit
Derry male Celtic great lover, an ancient hero
Desmond male Celtic man of the world, society Desi, Des
Derry male Celtic great lover, an ancient hero
Dermot male Celtic free of envy Kermit
Dierdre female Celtic young girl, one who rages, broken-hearted Deirdre, Deirdra, Dierdra, Deedee, Deedra, Dee
Desmond male Celtic man of the world, society Desi, Des
Devnet female Celtic poet
Donnelly male Celtic a brave black man Donahue, Donnell, Donnel, Donner, Donovan, Donovon
Duff male Celtic dark faced, baker Dough
Duncan male Celtic dark-skinned warrior Dunc, Dun
Dunn male Celtic brown Dunne
Duane male Celtic dark, from the dunes Dwayne, Dwane, Dwain, Dwaine, Duwayne, Wayne
Dusan male Croatian god is my judge, inspiration
Damek male Czech earth
Dita female Czech rich gift
Dagmar female Danish joyous day, bright, joy of the Danes
Dakin female Danish Danish Dane, Daine, Daneen, Danika
Diederik male Danish ruler of the people
Deman male Dutch man
Desta female Ethiopian happiness
Darra female Farsi small great one, riches Dara
Dacio female French from arcy
Destinee female French destiny Desi, Des, Destini, Destiny
Destry female French war horse
Desiderio male French so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi
Desiree female French so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi, Desideria, Desirae, Desiri
Demi female French half, small
Dartagnan male French leader D'Artagnan
Deja female French before Dejah
Destry female French war horse
Diamanta female French like a diamond
Doreen female French golden Dorene, Dorine
Drew unisex Old French sturdy, vision Dru
Delano male Old French of the night
Dacey female Gaelic southerner
Daly male Gaelic advisor
Daley male Gaelic Assembly, from the valley Dailey, Daily
Darby female Gaelic free man Derby
Darra female Gaelic small great one, riches Dara
Darcy female Gaelic dark D'Arcy, Darcie, Darcey, Darci
Darren male Gaelic great, rocky hill Darrin, Darin, Dare, Darryn
Delaney female Gaelic descendant of the challenger Delaina, Delaine
Dempsey male Gaelic proud
Devin unisex Gaelic poet
Devlin male Gaelic brave
Dillon male Gaelic faithful
Donovan male Gaelic dark warrior
Doyle male Gaelic dark stranger Doyl
Dymphna female Gaelic suitable one, virgin saint
Duglas male Gaelic dark stranger
Dagobert male German shining sun
Dame female German lady
Dieter male German the people's ruler
Dutch male German the German
Derek male Old German ruler Derik, Dirk, Derick, Derrick, Derrik, Derych, Derry, Der, Derex
Dagna female Old German a splendid day
Dustin unisex Old German valiant fighter, dark stone Dusty, Dustan, Dunston
Dagmar female Germanic joyous day, bright, joy of the Danes
Damalis female Greek one who gentles
Damara female Greek gentle girl
Damaris female Greek heifer Maris
Damen male Greek taming
Damian male Greek tamer, divine power, fate Damien, Damon, Daimen
Damon male Greek constant, day
Daphne female Greek laurel, bay tree, victory Daphnis
Dasha female Greek gift of god
Despina female Greek  
Demetrius male Greek lover of the earth, given to the Earth goddess Demitiri, Dimitri, Dimitry, Dimity, Dmitry, Dmitri, Demeter
Denes male Greek wine, drama
Denise female Greek of dionysus Deniece, Deniese, Denice, Denyse, Denyce, Deneise, Dennice
Dennis male Greek of dionysus Denis, Dennys, Dennison, Denniston, Denzel, Denzil, Denzell, Denit, Dennit, Dion, Denny, Tennis, Tennyson, Dionysus
Desdemona female Greek ill-fated one, misery
Denise female Greek of dionysus Deniece, Deniese, Denice, Denyse, Denyce, Deneise, Dennice
Deacon male Greek servent, messenger Declan
Deianira female Greek wife of heracles
Delbin female Greek dolphin, flower name
Delia female Greek visible from delos Bedelia
Delphine female Greek calmness
Desdemona female Greek ill-fated one, misery
Doria female Greek place name
Dorian male Greek place name Dorien, Dorie, Dorrien, Dorrian, Dory
Dorinda female Greek gift of god, beautiful one
Doris female Greek a dorian woman, of the sea Dorris, Dorice, Dore, Dory, Dori
Deo male Greek godlike
Dianthe female Greek divine flower
Dianthe female Greek divine flower
Diarria female Greek   Didi
Dyna female Greek powerful Dynean
Dysis female Greek sunset
Dysthe female Greek  
Dionne female Greek divine queen Dion, Dione
Dymas male Greek father of hecate
Dreama female Greek joyous music
Dreama female Greek joyous music
Dorothy female Greek a gift of god Dorothea, Dottie, Dot, Dotson, Dolly, Dolley, Dotty
Dora female Greek gift Dore, Dori
Drew unisex Greek sturdy, vision Dru
Dorota female Greek God's gift
Dagan male Hebrew grain or corn
Daba female Hebrew kind words, bee swarm
Dalia female Hebrew a branch, to draw water Dahlia
Damaris female Hebrew heifer Maris
Daniel male Hebrew my judge is the Lord Danny, Daniele, Danielus, Dan, Danni, Daniels, Danilo, Danil
Daniela female Hebrew my judge is the Lord Dania, Danett, Dannett, Danet, Danielle, Danelle, Nelle, Nelly, Dana, Danae, Danna, Daniella, Danice, Danya, Danita, Dada
Dara female Hebrew compassion, wisdom, angel of rains and rivers
Davan female Hebrew beloved one Davida
David male Hebrew beloved one Dave, Davey, Davy, Davie, Davi, Davyd, Davis, Davidson, Dawes, Dawson, Dewi, Dewey, Devlin, Dabney
Daya female Hebrew bird
Dayla female Hebrew to draw water, branch or bough
Deborah female Hebrew a bee, to speak kind words Debra, Debrah, Debbie, Debby, Deb, Debo, Devora, Devorah
Delilah female Hebrew delicate, amorous Delila, Lila, Lilah
Dena female Hebrew vindicated, valley Denna
Davine female Hebrew the loved Davina, Davita
Dov male Hebrew bear
Doron male Hebrew gift
Dinah female Hebrew vindicated, judgement Dina, Deena, Deanna
Deli male Hungarian warrior
Denes male Hungarian wine, drama
Domokos male Hungarian God's own Domonkos, Domos
Dante male Italian lasting
Delanna female Italian soft as wool Delana
Donata female Italian gift from god
Donna female Italian lady Dona, Domina, Madonna
Dalila female Kenyan gentle
Dai female Japanese great
Dae female Korean greatness
Dabria female Latin name of an angel
Dacia female Latin from dacia
Daisy female Latin day's eye, flower name Daisey
Dean male Latin presiding official, valley
Deanna female Latin presiding official, valley Deane, Deanna, Deana, Deanne, Deena
Delicia female Latin delightful one
Delmore male Latin sea Del, Delmar, Delmer
Desiderio male Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi
Desiree female Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi, Desideria, Desirae, Desiri
Desmond male Latin man of the world, society Desi, Des
Desiderio male Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi
Desiree female Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi, Desideria, Desirae, Desiri
Dolores female Latin lady of sorrows, from the virgin Mary Deloris, Dorrie, Dora, Addolorata, Delores
Dominic male Latin of the lord Dominick, Domenico, Dominica, Dominique, Dominik, Domingo, Dominy, Dom, Nick
Diana female Latin divine Diane, Dyan, Dyanne, Dionne, Diahann, Di, Diandra, Diantha, Deandra
Desiderio male Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi
Diella female Latin worships god
Dexter male Latin dexterous, right side
Dillian female Latin worshipped one
Dolores female Latin lady of sorrows, from the virgin Mary Deloris, Dorrie, Dora, Addolorata, Delores
Desmond male Latin man of the world, society Desi, Des
Desiree female Latin so long hoped for, crave, desire Desi, Desideria, Desirae, Desiri
Dominic male Latin of the lord Dominick, Domenico, Dominica, Dominique, Dominik, Domingo, Dominy, Dom, Nick
Duke male Latin leader
Drake male Latin ale duck, dragon
Durand male Latin enduring Durandt, Durante, Durant, Duran
Dale unisex Old Norse valley Dal, Dallan, Dallen, Dallin, Dalton
Daren male Nigerian born at night
Dag male Norwegian day Dagney, Dagny, Dagget, Day, Dayton, Daymond
Dagny female Norwegian day, brightness, new day, Dane's joy
Disa female Norwegian active spirit
Dara female Persian compassion, wisdom, angel of rains and rivers
Darius male Persian king Dario, Darien, Darian
Daria female Persian queen Darine
Dobry male Polish good
Davin male Scandinavian bright finn
Dallas male Scottish place name, wise
Davis male Scottish David's son
Douglas male Scottish from the dark water Douglass, Doug, Dougie, Dugan, Dougal, Dugald
Danica female Slavic the morning star
Darinka female Slowenian  
Dominga female Spanish Sunday Inga
Diego male Spanish the suplanter
Devante male Spanish fighter of wrong Devi, Devan
Dorota female Spanish God's gift
Drina female Spanish helper and defender of mankind
Drina female Spanish helper and defender of mankind
Dulcinea female Spanish sweet Dulcie, Dulce, Dulsie, Dolce, Dulcea
Dana female Swedish from Denmark, mother of the Gods in myths
Denholm male Swedish home of the Danes Denholme, Denby, Denim
Devnet female Swedish home of the Danes Denholme, Denby, Denim
Della female Teutonic of nobility Dell, Adella, Adela
Dembe female Ugandan peace
Dep female Vietnamese beautiful
Dewey male Welsh Devin
Dewitt male Welsh blond
Dylan male Welsh sea god, son of the waves Dillon, Dillan
Deverell male Welsh from the riverbank
Dilys female Welsh genuine

English

Dale unisex English valley Dal, Dallan, Dallen, Dallin, Dalton
Damon male English constant, day  
Danior male English born with teeth  
Darnell male English hidden nook  
Darthmouth male English port's name  
Durriken male English fortune-telling
Dugan male English to be worthy
Dory female English golden-haired
Dean male Old English presiding official, valley  
Deanna female Old English presiding official, valley Deane, Deanna, Deana, Deanne, Deena
Demelza female Old English fort on a hill Demie
Dempster male Old English judge  
Denton male Old English    
Denver male Old English green valley  
Darwin male Old English beloved friend Darwyn
Dawn female Old English dawn  
Dayton male Old English bright town Day, Daiton
Dane male Old English from Denmark  
Daralis female Old English beloved  
Darrel male Old English beloved Darryl, Darryll, Daryl, Daryll
Darren male Old English great, rocky hill Darrin, Darin, Dare, Darryn
Dallin male Old English pride's people  
Dalton male Old English valley farm  
Daisy female Old English day's eye, flower name Daisey
Dwight male Old English fair, fair one Dwyght, Dwighte, Dwyghte, Dwite, Dwyte, Doyt
Dwennon male Old English one of originality Dwenn
Dorset male Old English tribe near the sea Dorsey
Dunstan male Old English from the brown rock quarry  
Durward male Old English gatekeeper Durwood, Durwald, Durwin, Derwood
Dudley male Old English people's meadow Dud, Duddy, Dudly
Dover male Old English water  
Digby male Old English settlement near a ditch  
Donald male Old English ruler of the world, brown stranger Donny, Don, Donnie, Donny, Donaldson, Donne, Donghal, Donal
Dickinson male Old English powerful, rich ruler Dicken, Dickens, Dickenson, Dixon, Dix
Drake male Old English ale duck, dragon
Dixie male Old English Dick's son Dixon, Dixi, Dixy
Dudley male Old English people's meadow Dud, Duddy, Dudly
Dustin unisex Old English valiant fighter, dark stone Dusty, Dustan, Dunston
Drake male Old English ale duck, dragon
Duane male Old English dark, from the dunes Dwayne, Dwane, Dwain, Dwaine, Duwayne, Wayne