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“It’s the ‘D’ that has always made Dennis stand out as a name.”
Pamela Redmond Satran, author of “The Baby Name Bible,” from Parade Magazine.
“What do you think about using two names together? I’ll call my son Denny if it’s a boy.” -Rory Llewelyn on his reality show “Wife Swap UK”.
Daquan is an African American given name meaning “the one who will strive to achieve” or ‘I have been reborn’.
“Daquan is the funniest name I ever heard.”
Tyler Perry from Parade Magazine.
Everett can be a surname which means ‘of or belonging to the farm on the river bank’ or it can be an English given name meaning “alive and thriving”, derived from Eadweard (meaning rich in wealth). It was also popularized by author J.D. Salinger for his character Holden Caulfield’s younger brother who died of leukemia at a young age because he wanted to “go out like Elvis Presley”.
Patronymic-based names are not just limited to Western culture though! In Japan, many men take their father’s given name as a surname, and those surnames are passed down through generations.
Pronunciation: Duh-quan or Dah-qwan.
Not to be confused with Dion which is the French word for day in English (Jour). Common nicknames would include Quan, Quenie, Quinny, and Duanne. The origin of Daquin is unclear though it may come from a Norman family who lived in France around 900 AD that was spelled “de Aquino”. One theory says it comes from the Latinized version of an Occitanian phrase meaning ‘again’. It’s also possible this nickname could have been created by parents trying to honor Saint Dominic de Guzman after their son was born on his feast day.
Top Funny Baby Boy Names Starting With D Quotes: Daquin, Dyno, Deacon, Darwin
Daquin is a French surname meaning “of the Aquino.” To Western culture though! In Japan, many men take their father’s given name as a surname and those surnames are passed down through generations.
Dyno is a Latin word meaning “power” or “strength.”
Aquino is a Sicilian family name that means “of water.”
Originally spelled as Deacon, this surname has its origins in pre-medieval times where there were church officers who oversaw the distribution of alms to those less fortunate. The word may have derived from deaco meaning servant and minister or it could come from Latin words dē ā quō which mean “from beside” or “nearby person”.
The word con is derived from medieval times where there were church officers who supervised the distribution of alms to those less fortunate. The word may have originated from deaco meaning servant and minister or it could come from Latin words dē ā quō which mean “from beside” or “nearby person”.
Dalton A name that means “place near the valley” in Old English. The English word meaning “from the valley town” or “town dweller.” This boy’s got style and sophistication with his well-kept hair, tidy attire, and good manners. He may be shy at first but he has a keen sense of humor once you get to know him better.
Rhett Means “red haired, violent one,” and is a surname as well which originated from Scotland.
Darren This Irish name meaning “impulsive male.” A variant spelling of Darion which means “dark.” Darren might just have dark brown eyes or even black hair (if he dyes it). Either way, this kid can sure pack a punch when needed – especially because he doesn’t back down from a challenge.
David The Hebrew word for “beloved, dear”. Ever heard of David and Goliath? This guy was an epic Biblical hero
I hope you enjoyed reading this article on funny baby boy names starting with D!
The most popular first letter for boys’ names is A no surprise there but I’m sure we can all agree it’s important to have a variety of names to choose from. And I hope this list is helpful for you in deciding on what baby name is perfect for your little guy!
Zachary A Hebrew meaning “the Lord remembers.”
Zachary trusts that God will take care of everything for him because he’s full-of-faith kid who knows how to carry on no matter what challenges come up in life. He never leaves anyone behind either so if your son needs someone else by their side for whatever reason, give them Zachary.
Zane This Hebrew name means “the Lord is gracious,” and this boy definitely has the gift of mercy. He’s always looking out for others, even if he should be taking care of himself first but that’s just who Zane is. He cares about everyone else more than himself so it makes sense that his kind-hearted spirit would shine through in everything he does!