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Nepali Girl Names Starting With D

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

  • Dakshika
  • Damayanti – Nala’s wife
  • Damini – Lightning
  • Danika – Morningstar
  • Darpana – Looking glass, mirror
  • Darshana – Sight
  • Darshika – Perceiver
  • Darshita – Displayed
  • Daxita – Expert
  • Daya – Kindness, mercy
  • Dayanita – Merciful
  • Dayita – Beloved
  • Debika – Debika
  • Deeba – Silk

  • Deekshya – Initiation
  • Deempal – A small indication one that forms in the cheeks when one smiles
  • Deena – Divine, grand
  • Deepa – A lamp, brilliant
  • Deepali – Collection of Lamps
  • Deepamala – Row of lamps
  • Deepansha – The light of the lamp
  • Deepaprabha – Fully lighted
  • Deepashree – Lamp
  • Deepika – A lamp
  • Deepta – Shining
  • Deepti – Bright
  • Deepti – Flame, Glow, shine, brightness
  • Deesha – Direction
  • Deriya
  • Devaki – Mother of Krishna
  • Devangana – Celestial maiden
  • Devangi – Like a goddess
  • Devashree – Goddess Lakshmi
  • Deveshi – Goddess Durga
  • Devi – Goddess
  • Devika – Minor deity, Mother of Krishna
  • Devina – Resembling a goddess
  • Devki – Divine gift
  • Devya – Devine power
  • Devyani – Daughter of Shukraacharya
  • Deya

  • Dhanashri – A raga
  • Dhanishta – A star
  • Dhanmaya
  • Dhanvi – Wealth
  • Dhanya – Greatful
  • Dhanyata – Success, fulfilment
  • Dhara – Earth
  • Dharana – view, notion
  • Dharani – The earth
  • Dharinee – The earth
  • Dharini – Earth
  • Dharti – Earth,Goddess Parvati
  • Dhavalaa/Dhawala – Fair complexioned
  • Dhira
  • Dhwani – Sound;voice
  • Dibya – Heavenly, brilliant
  • Diksha – Initiation; The permission given by a teacher to use knowledge practically
  • Dikshika
  • Dikshita – The initiated
  • Dikshya – Initiation
  • Dikshya – Initiation
  • Dilmaya
  • Dilu
  • Dina
  • Dipa – A lamp, brilliant
  • Dipali – Collection of Lamps
  • Dipansha – The light of the lamp
  • Dipashana – Lighting
  • Dipashri – Beauty of the lamp
  • Dipika – A lamp
  • Dipisa

  • Dipisha
  • Dipkisha – Light
  • Dipsana
  • Dipti – Flame or luster or glower shine, Brightness
  • Dipxita – Dawn
  • Dira – Beautiful, splendor
  • Disani – Queen of all four directions (East, West, North, South)
  • Disha – Direction
  • Dishita – Focus
  • Diti – Wife of the sage Kashyap
  • Divena – Blessing
  • Divisha – Goddess Durga
  • Divya – Divine, luster
  • Divyanka – Divine, luster
  • Dixita – The right path
  • Diya – Lamp
  • Dolma – Dolma is a Tibetan name often used in Nepal too. It means the Tara with the Seven Eyes.
  • Doma – Helpful, angry, cute, friendly, nice, sweet and fun to be around
  • Dooma – She is talkative, nice, friendly, sweet, mean sometimes, but a good friend
  • Drashtaa – One who sees
  • Draupadi – Wife of the Pandavas
  • Drisana – Daughter of the sun
  • Drishti – Eyesight
  • Durga – Goddess Parvati, Goddess Durga

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