Danina

Danina is a female given name of uncertain meaning and etymology. At first glance it seems like a feminine form of Daniel meaning "God is my judge" and in some cases it may be based on that; but it also seems to have older roots than that, as the name of one of a pair of pre-Christian … Continue reading Danina

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Dinah

Dinah (pr. die-nah) is a Hebrew female name meaning "judged" or "vindicated" in Hebrew. It was the name of Jacob and Leah's daughter in the Old Testament. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Dina (Hebrew, English)  

Joden

Joden seems to be a modern name, either an elaborated form of Jody, a diminutive of Joe or Joseph (though it's also been used as a nickname for Judith), a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh will increase" or "Yahweh will add"; or it could a variant spelling of Jodan, which could be a combination of given names Joe/Joseph and Dan, a Hebrew male name … Continue reading Joden

Dana

Dana is an English unisex name though it has multiple origins and meanings. As an English given name it's derived from a surname, a variant of Dane, referring to someone who came from Denmark or had Danish descent. It could also be a variant of D'Aunay, a Huguenot French name derived from several place names in France called Aunay, … Continue reading Dana

Ella

Ella comes from Germanic element alja meaning "other, another, foreign" and from which the name Eleanor/Alianor comes from. Ella could also be a nickname for names beginning and ending with ella such as Gabriella (feminine form of Gabriel meaning "God is my strong man" or "God is my strength") and Daniella (feminine form of Daniel meaning "God is my judge"), Elizabeth (meaning "God is an oath" or "my … Continue reading Ella

Daniel

Origin: Hebrew Meaning: a male name meaning "God is my judge". As well as being a given name, Daniel is also a surname from the same source. Nicknames include Danny/Dannie/Danni and Dan. Variants: Danilo (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian) Daniele (Italian) Danijel (Slovene, Croatian, Serbian) Danyal (Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Turkish) Taniel (Armenian) Danel (Basque) … Continue reading Daniel