D is for David and Daniel, but also Duke, Declan, Darcy, and hundreds of other dashing baby boy names that start with the letter D.
David is an enduring boys name with a prolific history behind it. It all began with the biblical David who battled and defeated... Read More
If fearlessness is a trait you want your bouncing baby boy to have, the name Daniel may be the way to go. The biblical prophet... Read More
In Welsh mythology Dylan was the god of the sea, so if you're water-lovers, this name may be perfect for you. While it's... Read More
There's something so cheeky about the name Dominic—and parents must like cheekiness as the name is currently at its peak... Read More
The not-so-obvious Spanish equivalent of James, Diego has made a steady climb in the States since the 1970s, and is now in... Read More
Don't be scared, Damien has long shaken off it's horror movie associations and is now just another friendly boys name, and... Read More
Native American: To be considered friend, ally; name of a group of tribes more familiarly known as the Sioux
English: People's ruler
German: People''s ruler; a short form of Theodoric commonly used as an independent name
English: From the valley
English: Lives in the dell or valley; originally a surname
Greek: Follower of Dionysius; Dionysius is the Greek god of wine responsible for growth of the vines, equivalent to the Roman god...
English: A fighter
English: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
Celtic: Ruler of all
Gaelic: Ruler of all
Latin: Leader; a royal title
English: David''s son; a surname
Scottish: David''s son; a surname
English: From the town or settlement in the dale; closely related to the name Denton; surname
Gaelic: Brown warrior; an Anglicized variant of Donnchadh and a Scottish royal name. The eleventh-century King Duncan was killed...
Let's be honest, Derrick looks like it was invented by someone who couldn't decide between Derek and Rick. Whatever its origin... Read More
Greek: Servant; also a church official
English: Descendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde''s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that...
Greek: From Doris (region in Greece), descendant of Dorus, also used as a familiar form of Isidore; Dorian was the main character...