D'arcy

English - Female

Derived from a surname introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, based on the the French place name Arcy.

  • Rated 2.62 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.62 (60 votes)

Dabareh

Biblical - Female

The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. Non-gerderized Biblical name.

  • Rated 3.11 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.11 (36 votes)

Dabbasheth

Biblical - Female

Flowing with honey. Non-gerderized Biblical name.

  • Rated 2.86 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.86 (35 votes)

Daberath

Biblical - Female

The word, the thing, a bee, obedient. Non-gerderized Biblical name.

  • Rated 2.42 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.42 (33 votes)

Dabria

Latin - Female

Name of an angel.

  • Rated 3.17 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.17 (36 votes)

Daedbot

Anglo-Saxon - Female

Penance.

  • Rated 2.50 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.50 (14 votes)

Daesgesage

English - Female

Day's eye.

  • Rated 2.47 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.47 (17 votes)

Daff

Greek - Female

Diminutive of Daphne: Bay tree, or laurel tree. The Greek mythological nymph Daphne was rescued from the unwanted attentions of the God Apollo by being turned into a laurel bush. Famous bearer: British author Daphne du Maurier.

  • Rated 2.72 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.72 (18 votes)

Daffodil

Greek - Female

Flower.

  • Rated 2.72 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.72 (32 votes)

Dafne

Israeli - Female

The laurel tree. The mythological virtuous Daphne was transformed into a laurel tree to protect her from Apollo.

  • Rated 2.88 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.88 (34 votes)

Daganya

Hebrew - Female

Ceremonial grain.

  • Rated 1.85 out of 4 stars

Rating: 1.85 (13 votes)

Daganyah

Hebrew - Female

Ceremonial grain.

  • Rated 2.27 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.27 (11 votes)

Dagian

English - Female

Dawn.

  • Rated 2.42 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.42 (19 votes)

Dagmar

Scandinavian - Female

Joy of the danes.

  • Rated 2.65 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.65 (17 votes)