Girl names that start with D

DanielleThe feminine form of Daniel, Danielle has enjoyed a long history of popularity. And like many other names that were huge…
DaisyThere’s something just so cheerful and friendly about the name Daisy. And much likes its fellow flower sisters Lily and Rose…
DianaDiana is a classic girls’ name that will endure the test of time. Dating back to ancient days, Diana was a Roman goddess…
DawnEnglish:The first appearance of daylight; daybreak
DelilahHebrew:Desired, seductive; The biblical Delilah tempted Samson into revealing the secret of his strength.
DeborahDeborah was a biblical prophetess and heroine of Israel. Her victory song is in the Book of Judges.
DeniseFrench:Derivative of the Greek name Dionysus (the god of wine and revelry); also feminine form of Denis
DharmaHindi:Ultimate law of all things; In certain religions, such as Buddhism and Hinduism, dharma is the essential nature of all that…
DakotaNative American:To be considered a friend, ally; name of a group of tribes more familiarly known as the Sioux
DianeYou’d think being the French version of a name would give Diana a level of hipster cache, but that’s not the case. Instead…
DaphneGreek:Bay tree or laurel tree; The mythological and virtuous Daphne was transformed into a laurel tree to protect her from Apollo…
DonnaItalian:Lady, a respectful title and female equivalent of Don
DominiqueFrench OriginOf the Lord, belongs to God; A feminine variant of Dominic, this French spelling is used primarily for girls.
DesireeFrench:The one desired
DorothyGreek:A vision, gift of God; The character of Dorothy in Frank Baum”s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz learned that there was no place…
DanielaThe lovely and feminine Daniela has been holding on strong as a popular name choice for girls, beating out similar-sounding…
DeannaEnglish:Valley; feminine form of Dean or possible variant for Diana
DebbieFrom Little Debbies to Debbie Reynolds, Debbie is the quintessential 1950s housewife name. As a variation of the much more…
DarleneEnglish:Darling; from the Old English dearling, possibly used on occasion as a variant of the male name Darryl
DaniellaDespite having that -la ending that parents love to love right now (see Isabella, Ella or Layla), Daniella has yet to reach…
DianneAnother variation of the ever-popular Diana, Dianne hasn’t been popular since World War II—which could be appealing to…
DeenaEnglish Origin
DiannaGlee actress Dianna Agron has been giving this name some visibility, but adding an extra “n” doesn’t really distinguish this…
Dee DeeNickname for Dolores
DelilaHebrew:Desired, seductive Languishing. The Biblical Delilah tempted Samson into revealing the secret of his superhuman strength…
DeanaEnglish Origin
DeboraHebrew Origin
DeniceFrench Origin
DestinyDestiny has emerged as a surprising baby name hit. It’s been in the Top 50 for almost every year since 2000. Perhaps parents…
DiThe “People’s Princess”, often referred to as Princess Di, really brought this nickname to the mainstream. However as the…
DemiFrom actress Demi Moore to pop star Demi Lovato, this little Greek name that could has been around forever.
DanicaSlavic:Morning star
DarcyFrench:From the Arcy (Oise River) which flows into the Seine
DixieEnglish:Refers to the French word for ten; Dixie is also a term for the southern states below the Mason-Dixon line.
DinaDina blazed to name glory in the mid 1960s and has been sputtering out ever since. There’s something just too old-fashioned…
DorisGreek:Gift; Doris was the mythological daughter of the sea god Oceanus and mother of fifty sea nymphs.
DarylEnglish:From a French surname and place name, D”Arel (from Arielle in Calvados)
DarlaEnglish:Darling; from the Old English dearling
DemetriaGreek:Of Demeter; the Greek goddess of the harvest and fertility, and mother of Persephone
DanikaSlavic:Morning star
DoryEnglish Origin
DanniEnglish:God is my judge; a nickname for Danielle
DenaEnglish OriginAvenged
DavinaHebrew:Cherished, beloved; feminine form of David
DollieEnglish:Variant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God.
DustyEnglish:Fighter; a pet form of the male name Dustin
DeidreIrish:Melancholy. A variant of the older name Deirdre In Celtic legend Deirdre died of a broken heart.
DionneEnglish Origin
DanelleEnglish Origin
DorotheaMeaning “gift of God” (as does its reverse form Theodora), Dorothea was the middle name of several early British royals.
DenisseFrench Origin
DarciIrish Origin
DenniseFrench Origin
DorrisGreek:Variant of Doris meaning Gift. Doris was Mythological daughter of the sea god Oceanus.
DarrahHebrew:Wise; Dara was a biblical descendant of Judah known for his wisdom.
DaciaLatin:From Dacia (near Rome)
DaelDutch:Small valley