Daniyil is a form of Daniel, which comes from Hebrew name Daniyyel (God is my judge).
Danylo is another Ukrainian form of Daniel.
Datsko is a folk form or diminutive of an unknown name.
Davyd is the Ukrainian form of David, a Hebrew name meaning “belovèd.”
Demko is an older folk form or diminutive of Damian, which comes from Greek name Damianos and word damazo (to tame).
Denys is the Ukrainian form of Dennis, which derives from Greek name Dionysos. Its roots are Dios (of Zeus) and Nysa (the region where wine god Dionysos was raised).
Dorosh is a folk form of Greek name Dorotheos (gift of God).
Dmytro is the Ukrainian form of Demetrios, which derives from Greek name Demeter (possibly meaning “earth mother.”
Dariya is the Ukrainian form of Darya, a feminine form of the Latin name Darius. It in turn derives from Greek name Dareios and ultimately Persian name Dārayavahush (to possess goodness). One of the diminutives is Daryna.
Domakha is a folk form of Latin name Domna and in turn a feminine form of Domnus, which derives from root dominus (lord, master).
Danylo is a common name in folktales too 🙂
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