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Meaning of the Name David

117 names found for "David"   (page 1 of 3) 

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The first name David is of Hebrew, Swedish, Biblical, Welsh, Scottish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Beloved, Alert, Ingenious, Honourable (Davy)
Swedish: Beloved
Hebrew: Beloved
Biblical: 'Well-beloved, Dear'
Hebrew: Beloved or Friend. The Old Testament David Killed the Giant Goliath in Th Century Bc, Then Succeeded Saul As King of Israel
Welsh: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Scottish: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages

Similar Names

Daveed | Davet | Davide | Daviot | Davida | Davita | Davite |

Related Names

Abbey  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abbie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abby  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abigail  (Hebrew)
Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form.' in the Play the Scor
Absalom  (Hebrew)
Father of Peace. in the Bible Absalom Son of King David Was Renowned for Handsome Appearance and Ability to Win Loyalty and Allegiance
Absolon  (French)
The Father is Peace, or Father of Peace. Form of Hebrew Absolom Who Was Son of Old Testament King David.
Avagail  (Hebrew)
My Father Rejoices. Biblical; the Name of King David's Third Wife Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Bathsheba  (Hebrew)
Oath; Voluptuous. Famous Bearer: Bathsheha Everdene, Heroine of Thomas Hardy's Novel 'Far from the Madding Crowd'; Old Testament King David's Wife Bathsheba
Bowie  (Gaelic)
Blond. Famous Bearer: British Pop Star David Bowie
Daa'ood  (Muslim)
Variant of Daud: the Biblical David is the English Language Equivalent. A Prophet's Name
Dafydd  (Welsh)
A Welsh Form of the Hebrew Name David, Meaning Beloved or Friend
Dai  (Welsh)
Shines. A Welsh Diminutive of David, Meaning Beloved or Friend
Daibhidh  (Gaelic)
Beloved; Form of David
Dal  (Scottish)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Dal  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Daud  (Muslim)
The Biblical David is the English Language Equivalent. A Prophet's Name
Davan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Femenine Form of David
Dave  (Hebrew)
From the Name David
Dave  (Scottish)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Dave  (Welsh)
Diminutive of David: Beloved or Friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth Century St David (Or Dewi) Was Patron Saint of Wales
Dave  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of David: Cherished; Beloved
Daveed  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Daveen  (English)
Beloved. Feminine of David
Daveon  (English)
Variant of David 'Beloved.'
Davey  (Irish)
Variant of David 'Beloved.'
Davi  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of David: Cherished; Beloved
Davia  (English)
Beloved. Feminine of David
Davian  (English)
Variant of David 'Beloved.'
Davianna  (English)
Beloved. Feminine of David
Davida  (English)
Beloved. Feminine of David
Davida  (Hebrew)
Cherished
Davida  (Scottish)
Beloved; a Feminine Form of David. Variations: Davina, Davinia
Davida  (Latin)
Dearly Loved
Davida  (Hebrew)
Feminine Form of David
Davida  (Scottish)
Feminine Form of David: Beloved or Friend, Adopted from the Hebrew. David Was a Common Name of Scottish Kings in the Middle Ages
Davida  (Hebrew)
From the Name David
Davide  (Italian)
Italian Form of David 'Beloved'
Davidek  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Davidson  (English)
Surname. Variant of David 'Beloved.'
Davidson  (Scottish)
David's Son
Davidsone  (English)
David's Son
Davie  (Irish)
Variant of David 'Beloved.'
Davie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of David: Cherished; Beloved
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