[ 3 syll. di-mi-tri, dim-it-ri ] The baby boy name Dimitri is pronounced in Russian as Diy-MIY-TRiy †. Dimitri is used chiefly in the English, French, and Russian languages. It is derived from Old Greek origins. Dimitri is a contraction of the name Demetrius (English). Dimitrij (variant spelling in Russian) and Dmitri (variant spelling in English and Russian) are forms of Dimitri.
Dimitri is unusual as a baby boy name. Its usage peaked modestly in 1992 with 0.019% of baby boys being given the name Dimitri. It had a ranking of #502 then. The baby name has experienced a substantial fall in popularity since then, and is today of sporadic use. In 2012, among the family of boy names directly linked to Dimitri, Demetrius was the most commonly used.
Baby names that sound like Dimitri include Demitri, D Andre, Damitri, Damodar, Dandre, De Andre, De André, DeAndre, Deandra, Deandre, Deiondrae, Deiondraye, Demetre, Demetri, Demitry, Demontre, Deondre, Dimetre, Dimitar, and Dimitry.
† Pronunciation for Dimitri: D as in "day (D.EY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; M as in "me (M.IY)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)"