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Damodar

Damodar Himalaya - a sub-range of the Nepal Himalaya in Manang District, Gandaki Zone. Damodar River in India. A union of Phultala Upazila in Khulna district, Bangladesh.

Dandi

Dandi, Navsari, a village in Gujarat, India, destination of Mahatma Gandhis Salt March. Dandi, Iran, a city in Zanjan Province. Dandi, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Kebbi State. Dandi Census Town, a Census Town in Maharashtra, India.

Danial

Danial Fadzly Abdullah born 1979, Malaysian footballer. Danial footballer born 1980, Indonesian footballer. Mohd Ferris Danial born 1992, Malaysian footballer.

Danja

Danja may refer to: Danja record producer, American record producer, real name Floyd Nathaniel Hills. Danja food, a variety of Korean rice cake. Danja, Nigeria, a local government area in Katsina state.

Danuta

Danuta is a Polish given name. Women named Danuta include: Danuta Kozak born 1987, Hungarian Olympic sprint canoer. Danuta Lato born 1963, Polish actress, model and singer in the 1980s-1990s. Danuta Kordaczuk 1939–1988, Polish Olympic volleyball ...

Dany

A form of the Hebrew words and names daniyyel דניאל "God is my Judge" or dan דָּן "judgement" or "he judged" Dany comics born 1943, the pseudonym of Daniel Henrotin, a Belgian comics artist. Vichara Dany, Cambodian actress who debuted in 1967.

Daoud

Daoud may refer to: Daoud Kuttab born 1955, Pakistani journalist. Mohammed Daoud Khan 1909–1978, 1st President of Afghanistan. Hichem Daoud born 1992, Algerian handball player. Mohammed Daoud 1901–1984, governor of the province of Helmand in Afgh ...

Daqiu

Daqiu may refer to: Daqiu Village 大丘里, Lioujia District, Tainan, Taiwan. Daqiu Village 大丘村, Anping, Lianyuan, Loudi, Hunan. Daqiu Village 大坵村, Jiuru, Pingtung, Taiwan. Daqiu Island 大坵島, Beigan Township, Lienchiang County the Matsu Isl ...

Dara (disambiguation)

Deutsche Agentur fur Raumfahrtangelegenheiten, an agency that was merged into the German Aerospace Center. Defence Aviation Repair Agency, in the United Kingdom. DARA International, non-profit organization working to improve development aid and h ...

Darian

Darian may refer to the English and Persian masculine name. It was a nickname for Darius, the great Persian king. It is also the name of a river near Shoostar in Iran. It is now used as a unisex name.

Darien

Darien, Connecticut. (Дариен, Коннектикут) Darien Metro-North station. (Метро-Север Дариен вокзала) Darien, Georgia. (Дариен, Джорджия) Darien, Wisconsin. (Дариен, Штат Висконсин) Darien town, Wisconsin. (Дариен город, штат Висконсин) Darien, New ...

Darkey

Darkey, Darkie and Darky may refer to: Darkey Kelly d. 1761, Irish woman burned at the stake. Darkey or darky, disparaging term for a black person. David Bedell-Sivright 1880–1915, Scottish international rugby union player nickname Darkie. Darlie ...

Darshan

Darshan actor born 1977, Indian actor working in Kannada film industry. Darshan Singh executioner, Singaporean executioner. Darshan Singh field hockey born 1938, former Indian field hockey player. Darshan Singh Awara 1906–1982, Indian poet. Darsh ...

Dasha

Dasha may be: Dashā, a planetary period in Indian astrology. Dashavatara, the ten avatars of the Hindu god Vishnu. Dasan-, the Sanskrit for "ten", in the nominative and in compounds. A Russian diminutive for Daria. An alternate transliteration of ...

Dass

Pritish Dass born?, Pakistani cricketer. Secundra Dass, character in Robert Louis Stevensons The Master of Ballantrae. Baba Dharam Dass, ancestor worshiped by Jains in Pasrur, Pakistan. Anuj Dass born 1974, Indian cricketer. ShakthiDass born 1948 ...

DAV

DAV may refer to: DAV University, the flagship school of the DAV system, in Jalandhar, Punjab, India. WebDAV Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning, an extension of HTTP. D.A.V. College Managing Committee, governing body of the Dayanand Anglo-V ...

Dava

Dava may refer to: Dava comics, a fictional martial artist appearing in comics published by DC Comics. Dava Bazaar, an area in South Mumbai noted for producing medical and scientific instruments as well as lab chemicals. Dava railway station, a f ...

Davi

Davi may refer to: DAVI, the Dutch Automated Vehicle Initiative. Davi Pashtun tribe, a Pashtun tribe of central Asia. Davy is also the option named David. Famous people with this surname include:

Davod

Davod Reeves, musician on Fat Boys. Davod Rosemann-Taub, Chilean-Jewish writer. Davood Azad born 1963, Iranian composer, Sufi vocalist. Davod Aur Edeyrn fl. 1270, Welsh bard and grammarian. Davoud Rashidi 1933–2016, Iranian actor.

Dawson

Dawson, in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends. Dawson Leery, on the TV show Dawsons Creek.

Dax

Microsoft Dynamics AX, an enterprise resource planning software. DAX application, a film and television production workflow application. Data analysis expressions, a language used by the Microsoft PowerPivot software.

Daya

Similarly, karunā is the concept of compassion in Buddhism and anukampā is emphatic compassion or benevolence. Daya Sikhism, the concept of compassion in Sikhism. Daya Hinduism, the concept of compassion in Hinduism.

Dayo (disambiguation)

Dayo: Sa Mundo ng Elementalia is a Philippine animated film. The DAIO may also refer to: Dayo, Iran. (Дайо, Иран) Dayo, Tandun, Rokan Hulu, Riau, Indonesia. Day-O The Banana Boat Song.

Deborah (disambiguation)

Deborah Handel, a 1733 oratorio by George Frideric Handel. Deborah album, a 1996 album by American singer Debbie Gibson. "Deborah", a 1978 song by Dave Edmunds.

Decimus

Decimus Valerius Asiaticus c. 5 BC –47 AD, Roman senator. Ausonius Decimus Magnus Ausonius, c. 310 – c. 395, Roman poet and rhetorician. Decimus Junius Silanus translator of Mago fl. 2nd century BC. Decimus Junius Silanus consul fl. 70–62 BC. Dec ...

Decius (disambiguation)

Decius was a 3rd-century Roman emperor. Decius may also refer to: Decius Exarch, first Exarch of Ravenna 584–585. Decius Metellus, fictional Roman detective in the SPQR series. Nikolaus Decius c.1485–1541, German minister and hymn writer. Decius ...

Dedrick

Dedrick D. Gobert 1971–1994, American film actor. Dedrick Roper born 1981, former American football linebacker. Dedrick Dodge born 1967, former American football safety. Dedrick Harrington born 1983, American football linebacker. Paul Dedrick Gra ...

Del (disambiguation)

Del Andrews 1894–1942, American film director and screenwriter. Del Shannon 1934–1990, American rock and country singer-songwriter. Del Courtney 1910–2006, American jazz bandleader. Del Barber born 1983, Canadian singer-songwriter, musician, and ...

Delmer

Delmer Brown 1909-2011, American academic, historian, author, translator and Japanologist. Celestin Delmer 1907-1996, French footballer. Sefton Delmer 1904-1977, British journalist and Second World War propagandist. Delmer Daves 1904–1977, Americ ...

Delphin (disambiguation)

The Delphin was a German midget submarine created during World War II. Dolphin may also refer to: Delphin, Greek sea god, the leader of the dolphins, Poseidon placed him in the sky as the constellation Delphinus. MV Delphin is a cruise ship owned ...

Delta

Delta commonly refers to: D NATO phonetic alphabet: "Delta", the fourth letter of the modern English alphabet. Delta letter Δ or δ, a letter of the Greek alphabet. Delta Air Lines, an American airline. River delta, a landform at the mouth of a ri ...

Demba

Demba Diop 1927–1967, former mayor of Mbour. Demba Sanyang born 1982, Gambian footballer. Abdoulaye Demba born 1976, Malian footballer. Demba Savage born 1988, Gambian football forward. Njogu Demba-Nyren born 1979, Gambian- Swedish professional f ...

Den

Den may refer to: Maternity den, a lair where an animal gives birth. Childrens den, a shelter or hideout built by children. Den room, a small room in a house.

Dene (disambiguation)

The Dene are an aboriginal group of First Nations in northern Canada. To define or determine may also refer to: River Dene, in Warwickshire, England. Dene language, the language of the Dene people. Dene valley, a steep-sided valley. Dene, Newcast ...

Denio

Dênio Martins, Brazilian footballer. Hiram Denio 1799–1871, New York Chief Judge. Michael Denio, computer / video game designer. Grace Denio Litchfield 1849–1944, American poet and novelist. Amy Denio born 1961, Seattle USA-based multi-instrument ...

Denton

Denton, a town in the 2016 film In a Valley of Violence. The fictional town which was the setting for The Rocky Horror Picture Show and its sequel Shock Treatment. Denton is the setting for the English TV series A Touch of Frost and the Frost nov ...

Desiree

Desiree Horton born 1971, nicknamed "Chopper Chick", Los Angeles helicopter pilot / TV reporter and United States Forest Service helicopter firefighter. Desiree Cousteau born 1956, American porn star. Desiree Washington born 1973, beauty pageant ...

Despina

Despina Delios, American beauty pageant contestant. Despina Vandi born 1969, Greek singer. Olivera Despina c. 1373 –after 1444, Serbian princess and Ottoman queen consort. Milica Despina of Wallachia c. 1485 –1554, Princess consort of Wallachia. ...

Despot

Despot may refer to: Sifra Despot, a TV series. Despot vehicle, armoured multifunctional vehicle. Despot court title, a Byzantine court title. Despotism, a form of government in which power is concentrated in the hands of one individual. Despot r ...

Dev

Aditya Dev born 1988, Indian body builder with dwarfism. I. H. Sangam Dev, Indian investigative journalist. Rajan P. Dev 1951–2009, Indian actor. Gokul Inder Dev born 1938, Indian cricketer. Kapil Dev born 1959, Indian cricketer. Rahul Dev born 1 ...

Deva

Deva 2007 Telugu film. The Four Dark Devas of Destruction, hamsters belonging to Gundham Tanaka in Danganronpa 2. Deva 2017 film, a 2017 Marathi film. Deva 1995 film, a 1995 Tamil film. Devas, characters in Digimon Tamers. Deva Dungeons & Dragons ...

Devan

Devan writer 1913–1957, Tamil writer. Devan Wray born 1979, Canadian lacrosse player and coach. Devan Bailey born 1989, English basketball player. Devan Ekambaram, Indian-American playback singer, actor, and composer. K. Devan born 1951, Malaysia ...

Devery

Devery is both a given name and surname: Terry Devery born 1938, Australian rules footballer. Devery Henderson born 1982, American football player. Pat Devery born 1922, Australian rugby league footballer. Devery Freeman 1913–2005, American write ...

Dewanohana

Dewanohana may refer to: Dewanohana Yoshitaka born 1951, sumo wrestler, former sekiwake. Dewanohana Kuniichi 1909–1987, sumo wrestler, former maegashira 1 and chairman of the Japan Sumo Association.

Dey (disambiguation)

Dey was the title given to the rulers of the Regency of Algiers and Tunis under the Ottoman Empire from 1671 onwards. Dey may also refer to: Dey month, the 10th month of the Iranian calendar. Dollar Euro Yen, a proposed world currency.

Deya

Deya may refer to: Gilbert Deya, a British fugitive wanted by the Kenyan authorities. Deya, a diminutive of the Russian male first name Avdey. Deya, alternative spelling of diya, a type of lamp often used during Diwali. Deya, middle name of Arkie ...

Dharam Singh (disambiguation)

N. Dharam Singh is the 17th Chief Minister of Karnataka. The dharans Singh may also refer to: Dharam Singh field hockey 1919–2001, field hockey player. Dharam Singh Sikhism 1666–1708, one of the Panj Payare. Dharam Singh field hockey, born 1937, ...

Diab (disambiguation)

Mohamed Diab, Egyptian film director. Yussef Diab 1917–1984, Israeli Arab politician who served as a member of the Knesset. Hassan Diab born 1953, Lebanese-Canadian sociology lecturer who was arrested in suspicion with a 1980 bombing in Paris syn ...

Diama (disambiguation)

Diama, is a Swiss singer. Diama may also refer to: Diama, an island in the Louisiade Archipelago of Papua New Guinea. Diama, Senegal, a village in the Dagana Department, Senegal. Drosophila diama, a species of fly in the genus Drosophila. Diama M ...

Diem

Diem may refer to: DiEM25, Democracy in Europe Movement 2025. Diem Brown 1980–2014, TV Personality MTV. Ryan Diem born 1979, American football player. Diem or Didam, a town in the Netherlands. Ngo Dinh Diem 1901–1963, Vietnamese leader assassinat ...