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641 Dlyope Latin A nymph. F
642 Doanna English American compound of Dorothy and Anna. F
643 Docilla Latin Calm. F
644 Dodai Biblical Beloved. F
645 Dodanim Biblical Beloved. F
646 Dodavah Biblical Love. F
647 Dodie English A diminutive of Dorothy, meaning gift of god. Famous bearer: British writer Dodie Smith, author of the children's story which became Walt Disney's film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. F
648 Dodla Latin Calm. F
649 Doeg Biblical Careful, who acts with uneasiness. F

650 Doggie Scottish Diminutive of Douglas: From the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. F
651 Dohtor Anglo-Saxon Daughter. F
652 Doire Gaelic Ann. F
653 Doirean Celtic Sullen. F
654 Doireann Gaelic Sullen. F
655 Doireann Irish Sullen. F
656 Doll English Diminutive of Dorothy, meaning gift of god. Doll has also come to be used as the name of a child's plaything, and as a colloquial term for an attractive woman. F
657 Doll Greek A vision. F
658 Doll Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Doll Tearsheet, a woman at the Boar's Head in Eastcheap. F
659 Dollie English Variant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God. F
660 Dollie Greek A vision. F