English Cat Names, Page 10



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
DionShort for DionysusMaleGreek
DirkEnglish from German form of THEODORIC, the people's rulerMaleFlemish
DisraeliUnisexHebrew
DixieAbbreviation of Richard. In the USA Dixie refers to the French word for ten: also to the southern states below the Mason- Dixon line. FemaleLatin
DonWorld LeaderMaleEnglish
Doyleblack strangerMaleIrish
Drewsturdy, visionMaleEnglish
DudleyThe people's meadowMaleEnglish
Dundeeafter the MarmeladeMaleScottish
DunnbrownMaleScottish
Dustinvaliant fighter, dark stoneMaleNorse
DustyCovered with dust, tinged with greyUnisex
Dwightfair, fair oneMale
DylanMan of the seaMaleWelsh
DylanMan of the seaMaleWelsh
Eastereaster timeFemaleEnglish
Edfrom TV show Ed, Edd, and EddyMaleEnglish
EdgarFortunate and powerful. Male
Edieprosperous in warFemaleEnglish
EdisonSon of Edward MaleEnglish
EdithHappy warfare. Spoils of war. FemaleEnglish
EdmundaRich BenefactressUnisexEnglish
EdwardGuardian MaleEnglish
Edwinaprosperous friend, heir's axeFemaleFeminine
EeveeUnisexHebrew




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