Don’t get stuck trying to find the best D name for your darling little one. Our list of baby names doesn’t mess around.
Latin: From Dacia (near Rome)
Dutch: Small valley
English: Lives in the valley
English: Rhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
English: Small valley
English: From Denmark; a variant of Daniel
Hindi: Evil spirit
Greek: Springtime yellow flower with a trumpet-shaped central crown
Norse: Day; in Norse mythology, the son of Nott and Dellingr
German: Glorious day
Hebrew: Fish; a fish-god of the ancient Philistines
English: From the shiny forest; A dagwood is a large, multi-layered sandwich with numerous fillings. The sandwich is named after Dagwood...
It might be a flower name, but Dahlia is anything but flowery. Pronounced DA-lee-a or DAL-yah, this vintage name reminds... Read More
Italian: Lady; from the respectful title Donna
Scottish: From the waterfall
Irish: Fruitful or dark oak
There's something just so cheerful and friendly about the name Daisy. And much likes its fellow flower sisters Lily and Rose... Read More
African: Happiness (Zimbabwe)
Native American: To be considered a friend, ally; name of a group of tribes more familiarly known as the Sioux
Native American: To be considered friend, ally; name of a group of tribes more familiarly known as the Sioux
English: Proud, noble
English: Lives in the dell or valley; originally a surname
English: Small valley; abbreviation of Madeline