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Dearbourn deer brook ... language of origin is English ... variant transcription of Dearborn ...

Dearbourne deer brook ... origin is English ... variation of Dearborn ... not widely used as a baby name for ...

Dearburn deer brook ... origin is English ... variant form of Dearborn ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...

Dearburne deer brook ...The origin of Dearburne is English ... variant transcription of Dearborn ...

Dearen one who is much loved ... origin is English-American ... variant transcription of Dearon ...

Dearin one who is much loved ... of English-American origin ... variant form of Dearon ...

Dearon one who is much loved ... has its origins in the English-American ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...

Dearun one who is much loved ... derived from English-American origins ... derivative of Dearon ...

Dearyn one who is much loved ...The origin of Dearyn is English-American ... variant of Dearon ...

Deasun from south Munster ... of Celtic origin and it is used largely in the ... variation of Desmond ...

Deasún from south Munster ... used chiefly in Irish and its origin is ... variant of Desmond ...

Deatar a friendly woman ... origin of Deatar is the English-American ... variant of Deeter ...

Deater a friendly woman ... has its origins in the English-American ... derivative of Deeter ...

Deator a friendly woman ... of English-American origin ... variant of Deeter ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Deatur a friendly woman ...The origin of Deatur is English-American ... variant of Deeter ...

Deaundra male, manly, brave, virility ... origin is varied ... variant of Deandra ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...

Deaundre male, manly, brave, virility ... origin is English-American ... form of Deandre ...

Deaven brightness of the Finns; god ... origin of Deaven is the Sanskrit, Old Norse, ... variant of Davin ...

Deavin poet; fawn; little dark one ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... variation of Devin ...

Deavon poet; fawn; little dark one ...is used predominantly in English ... derived from English and Celtic origins ...