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341 Delice English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
342 Delicea Latin Delightful. F
343 Delicia Latin Delightful. Gives pleasure. F
344 Delicia Spanish Charming. F
345 Deliciae Latin Delightful. F
346 Delight English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
347 Delight French Pleasure or youthful. F
348 Delila Hebrew Desired. Languishing. The Biblical Delilah tempted Samson into revealing the secret of his superhuman strength. F
349 Delilah Biblical Poor, small, head of hair F

350 Delilah Hebrew Amorous, delight, languishing, temptress. In the Old Testament, Samson's mistress Delilah tricked him into revealing the secret of his strength, then betrayed him to the Philistines. F
351 Delisa English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
352 Delisha English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
353 Delissa English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
354 Delit French Pleasure. F
355 Deliza English Variant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure. F
356 Dell English Noble. F
357 Dell German Bright. Noble. F
358 Della English Noble. This diminutive of Adela has been used commonly as an independent name since the late 19th century. F
359 Della German Bright. Noble. F
360 Della Greek Delphine. F