of Names - D
For the "D" names, one must note that they show
off a special didactic penchant for using words that no
one else uses. In researching the meaning of names that
begin with "D" let us look no further than the
humor rhyming dictionary. The funny meanings of names in
this resource is close to what we are going for on this
The meaning of the names that start with "D"
may be summed up in one word: totally outrageous.
Okay, so that's two words. Shoot me.
Remember, this is a humor site, so if you want
the real meanings of names that begin with "D"
you'll have to go elsewhere since we only deliver
frivolity, nonsense and misinformation here. If
you like that sort of thing, though, stick around.
We've got lots of it on this site.
Meaning of Names That Begin with "D"
Dada - opposite of mama.
Daedalus - means "fly high, get burned and fall far"
Dagmar - from the Greek derivation for "baby drool".
Dahlia - flower child from the 60's.
Daisy - flower child from the 60's.
Dale - synonym of hill, yet not.
Daley - means every day in Mexican.
Dallas - from the Texas word for "cowboy cheerleaders".
Dalton - the same as "bookstore" in Elbonese.
Dan - short form of Sudan.
Dana - word for "pastry" in Jewish vernacular.
Daniel - see Elton
Dannielynn - means money in American.
Daphne - Roman word for "duck".
Darby - Pinewood car in cub scouts.
Darfur - means "genocide" in Egyptian.
Darius - means "hooty" in pop culture.
Darlene - one who leans on a dar.
Darrel - from Hannah and her sisters.
Darwin - means "monkey" in Jakarta.
Davey - is still in the navy, according to Joelese.
David - Slovakian for "star of the stumpland".
Dawn - means "dishwashing liquid" in Euthanasian.
Dayo - short for "daylight come and me wanna go home".
Dayton - derived from "day of the ton" in Tonga.
Dean - from the word "rat pack" in Sinatra town.
Deangelo - means mobster in Vatican.
Debbie - pet name for little snack cakes.
Deborah - twisted Irish derivation for "toe fungus".
Delta - means swampland in Southern American.
Dennis - means "menace" in Old Latin.
Denver - means "Chillicothe" in Arapaho.
Deon - synonym for bling in footballese.
Derby - similar to "racehorse" in Papuan.
Derrick - the same as "bringer of oil" in Exxonese.
Deshawn - The Shawn.
Desiree - "desire for pancakes" in the town of
Desmond - "tutu" or "three-three" depending
upon region of Australia.
Destiny - means "end of days".
Dewey - Cheatham & Howe.
Dezi - see Lucy.
Diana - The wish for Ana to die.
Dick - short for no reason.
Digby - those who dig rugby.
Dionne - synonym for "Witches of Warwick".
Dirk - similar to irk.
Dixie - chicks.
Dixon - Masonic name meaning "Tricky Dick Nixon".
Dmitry - male bravado for "meter".
Dolly - participle for "Parton".
Donald - The
Dong - means "long" in ancient Chinese.
Donna - Primitive word meaning "female vocalist".
Doris - short Latin form of "Que Sera Sera".
Dorothy - Mongolian term for "ruby slipper".
Dot - short for speck.
Douglas - a glass of Doug.
Drake - Portuguese vernacular for "I know the twisted
Drew - shorthand for "shorthand".
Driscoll - means "dry creek bed in the Sahara".
Drummond - short for "rimshot" in Bandlandia.
Dustin - mold.
Dwayne - Anglicized form of "Dwayne the bathtub I'm
Dwight - from "bright light aided by a D battery"
in Pig Latin.