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321 Deirdra Irish Melancholy. A variant of the older name Deirdre. In Celtic legend Deirdre died of a broken heart. F
322 Deirdre Celtic Sorrowful. F
323 Deirdre Gaelic Raging. F
324 Deirdre Irish Raging, broken-hearted, or fear. The Deirdre of Irish and Scottish legend committed suicide after her lover's murder. F
325 Deirdre Scottish Raging, broken-hearted, or fear. The Deirdre of Irish and Scottish legend committed suicide after her lover's murder. F
326 Deitra Greek Variant of Demetria. F
327 Deka African Pleasing. (Somali). F
328 Del English A diminutive of any masculine or feminine name beginning with Del. F
329 Delbin Greek Flower. F

330 Delbina Greek Flower. F
331 Delbine Greek Flower. F
332 Delcine Spanish Sweet. F
333 Delfina Greek From Delphi. F
334 Delfina Latin Dolphin. Variant of the thirteenth-century French saint Delphine. F
335 Delfina Spanish Dolphin. Variant of the thirteenth-century French saint Delphine. F
336 Delfine Greek From Delphi. F
337 Delia Celtic Diminutive of Bedelia: A variant of Bridget, who was the mythic Celtic goddess of fire and poetry. F
338 Delia German Diminutive of Adela: Pleasant; Of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble, introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest. Adela was the name of one of King William I's daughters. F
339 Delia Greek From Delos. Derived from the name Delos, the Greek island where Apollo and the goddess Artemis are believed to have been born. Also an abbreviation of Cordelia and Adelia. F
340 Delia Welsh Dark. F