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Nepali Boy Names Starting With D (Most Popular Nepali Baby Names for Boy with Meanings):

  • Daagun              
  • Daivya – Gift by God
  • Dakshesh – Shiva        
  • Dakshi – The glorious
  • Dakshya – Honesty, Brillience, Efficient
  • Daman – One who controls
  • Dambar
  • Damodar – A name of Lord Krishna
  • Danbir/Danvir – Charitable 
  • Danish – To be clever
  • Darma – In Hinduism and Buddhism it means ‘duty’, ‘virtue’, ‘morality’
  • Darpak – Kamdev, god of love  
  • Darpan – A mirror     
  • Darsang
  • Darsh – Lord Krishna      
  • Darshal – Prayer of God

  • Darshan – Perceive or vision, paying respect        
  • Darshat – Making things visible
  • Darun – Deodar tree
  • Das – Servant
  • Dasharat – Father of Lord Rama
  • Dattatreya – A son of Atri, a god     
  • Dawa – Moon        
  • Daxya – Capable
  • Daya
  • Dayahang – Compassion, kindness.       
  • Dayal
  • Dayanand – One who likes being merciful       
  • Dayaram – Merciful
  • Debashis/Devashish – The Lord’s blessing    
  • Debjit/Devjit – One who has conquered Gods    
  • Deenabandhu – Friend of the poor       
  • Deep A lamp – Beautiful, light     Edit
  • Deepak/Dipak – Light, Lamp; Kindle
  • Deepakraj – Lamp, Kindle
  • Deepan – Lighting up          Edit
  • Deepandra – Lord of Light
  • Deepankar – One who lights lamps
  • Deependra/Dipendra – Lord of light        
  • Deependu – Bright moon
  • Deepit – Lighted     
  • Deepson – Bright; Son of a Light 
  • Deeptanshu – The sun
  • Deepyesh – Light of god      
  • Deewakar – The Sun, Lord of Light
  • Denis – Follower of Dionysius (Greek god of wine)    
  • Deuba
  • Deuraj

  • Dev Kumar – Son of gods       
  • Dev/Deb – God, king  
  • Devabrata – A name of Bhisma      
  • Devaj From – God 
  • Devajyoti – Brightness of the Lord
  • Devak – Divine       
  • Devanand – Joy of God         
  • Devang – From God 
  • Devarsi – Sage of the Devas     
  • Devdarsh – Worshipper of God
  • Devdas – Follower of God
  • Deven – Little black one
  • Devendra/Debendra – Lord Indra 
  • Devesh – God of gods      
  • Devesh/Debesh – God of gods      
  • Devibhakta
  • Deveshwar – Lord Shiva
  • Devi Prasad – Gift of Goddess
  • Devinder – Fostered by God
  • Devraj – King of gods      
  • Devrat – Spiritual    
  • Dhaavak – Swift
  • Dhadkan
  • Dhairya – Patience
  • Dhalkumar

  • Dhan – Wealth      
  • Dhan Bahadur – Lamp; Kindle
  • Dhananjay – One who wins wealth, Arjun
  • Dhanbir – Charitable
  • Dhandhoj 
  • Dhanesh – Lord of wealth
  • Dhanjit – Wealth
  • Dhanlal
  • Dhanraj – Kind of Wealth, Lord Kuber 
  • Dhanus
  • Dhanus – A bow in hand
  • Dharanidhar – Sheshnaag – the cosmic serpent 
  • Dharendra – King of the earth
  • Dharma – Religion, nature 
  • Dharmachandra – Moon of dharma
  • Dharmadas – One who serves his religion
  • Dharmadev – Lord of law         
  • Dharmapal – Protector of his religion
  • Dharmaraj – King of religion
  • Dharmendra – King of religion
  • Dharmesh – Master of religion
  • Dharnesh
  • Dharuna – A rishi        
  • Dhatri – A son of Vishnu/Lakshmi    
  • Dhawal – White, fair complexioned     
  • Dheeman – Intelligent  
  • Dheemant – Wise; intelligent 
  • Dheerendra/Dhirendra – God of courage, lord of the brave
  • Dhimant – Intelligent
  • Dhir/Dheer – Tolerant, wise
  • Dhiraj/Deeraj – Emperor; Patience or Tolerance  
  • Dhiren – One who is strong      

  • Dhrishya – Vision        
  • Dhritiman – Patient      
  • Dhruba – The polar star, firm, unshakable  
  • Dhurmus
  • Dhyan – Meditation
  • Dhyanesh – Meditative 
  • Dhyaneshwar – Lord of meditation      
  • Dibakar – Ray of the sun
  • Dibya/Divya – Heavenly, brilliant       
  • Dibyajyoti
  • Dibyant – The end of ghost dibya by the lord.      
  • Digambar – Unencumbered, free, naked        
  • Digant – Horizon
  • Digya – Prowess   
  • Dikambar
  • Diken
  • Dikesh
  • Dikshyant – Literate
  • Dikxit
  • Dil – Heart
  • Dil bahadur – Brave heart
  • Dilawar – Brave        
  • Dilip, Dileep – A king, ancestor of Rama
  • Dilish
  • Dilkumar
  • Dilli – King 
  • Dilmani

  • Dinakar – The sun    
  • Dinendra – Lord of the day, the sun      
  • Dinesh – Sun, God of the day
  • Dinkar – Sun
  • Dipak/Deepak – Lamp, Kindle     
  • Dipen/Deepan – Lighting up, one who lights lamps
  • Dipendra – Lord of lights
  • Dipendu – Moon        
  • Dipersan/Diperson     
  • Dipesh/Deepesh – Lord of Light
  • Dipshan – Indepth prestige
  • Dipson
  • Diptanshu – Sun  
  • Dipu
  • Divendu/Divyendu – The moon
  • Divyesh – Full of divinity    
  • Diwakar – The Sun, Lord of light
  • Diwas/Dibas – Good Day
  • Dixit
  • Dolkumar
  • Doran
  • Dorji 
  • Durba – The brightest Star
  • Durga – Another reincarnation of Goddess Parvati – wife of Lord Shiva; Bold
  • Durgesh – Lord of Forts
  • Durjaya – Difficult to conquer
  • Dushyanta – A king from the epic Mahabharata, destroyer of evil
  • Dwaipayan – The sage Vyasa
  • Dwarika – Capital of Lord Krishna’s kingdom        
  • Dwijendra/Dwijaraj – King of Brahmins; the moon
  • Dwijesh – River

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