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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Daegal Anglo-Saxon Dweller by the dark stream. M
2 Daegal Scandinavian Dawn. M
3 Dael English Lives in the valley. M
4 Dal Czech Diminutive of Dalibor: Fighting far away. M
5 Dal English Diminutive of Dale: Lives in a dale/valley. M
6 Dal Irish Variant of Dallin 'blind.'. M
7 Dal Scottish Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages. M
8 Dal Welsh Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth century St David (or Dewi) was patron saint of Wales. M
9 Dalal Hindi Vendor; salesman. M

10 Daleel Muslim Variant of Dalil: Conductor. Guide.. M
11 Dalil Muslim Conductor. Guide.. M
12 Dall Gaelic Wise. M
13 Dalyell Scottish From the little field. M
14 Dalziel Scottish From the little field. M
15 Danel Basque Basque form of Daniel. M
16 Danel Hebrew God will judge. M
17 Danell Hebrew Variant of Daniel 'God is my judge.'. M
18 Daniel Biblical Judgment of God; God my judge M
19 Daniel Hebrew God is my Judge. The biblical prophet and writer of Book of Daniel was a teenager when taken to Babylon after the destruction of Jerusalem in 607 BC. He survived two death sentences: (a lions' den and a fiery furnace.); Frontiersman Daniel Boone. M
20 Daniel Irish Attractive. A translation of the Gaelic name Domhnall. M