Δα- names
Δαβασθαί
  • Meaning: Dabbasheth
  • Note: A town on the western boundary of Zebulun (Josh 19:11)
Δαββών
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Abdon
  • Note: Abdon: a Levitical town of Asher (Josh 21:30); called Ἀβαράν in 1Chron 6:74LXX
Δαβίδ
  • Meaning: David
  • Note: Son of David and Abigail (1Chron 3:1)
  • Note: Prophet (Dan 1:3)
  • Note: Priest who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:7)
  • Note: Young man who defended Susanna (Susanna 1:45)
Δαβίρ
  • Meaning: Debir
  • Note: City in the hill country of the territory of Judah (Josh 15:49)
  • Note: King of Eglon (Josh 10:3)
Δαβιρώθ
  • Meaning: Dabiroth
  • Note: City in the territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:12)
Δαβιρών
  • Meaning: Rabbith
  • Note: City in the territory of Issachar (Josh 19:20)
Δαβράθ
  • Meaning: Daberath
  • Note: city in the territory of Issachar, on the boundary with Zebulun (Josh 19:12)
Δαβρί
  • Meaning: Dabri
  • Note: Father of Shelomith and grandfather of the boy who cursed (Lev 24:11)
Δαβώρ
  • Meaning: Ramoth
  • Note: Town in the territory of Issachar (1Chron 6:73)
Δαγών
  • Meaning: Dagon
  • Note: Name of the god of the Philistines (1Macc 10:83)
Δαδάν
  • Meaning: Dedan
  • Note: Son of Cush (Gen 10:7)
Δαεμία
  • Meaning: Raamiah
  • Note: One of those who came out of Babylon with Zerubbabel (Neh 7:7)
Δαθάν
  • Meaning: Dathan
  • Note: Son of Eliab of tribe of Reuben who joined Korah in a conspiracy against Moses (Num 16:1)
Δαθεμά
  • Meaning: Dathema
  • Note: A stronghold in Gilead (1Macc 5:9,29)
Δαιβάν
  • Meaning: Dibon
  • Note: City in tribe of Judah (Josh 13:9)
Δαιβών
  • Meaning: Dibon
  • Note: One of the leaders of the tribes of Reuben and Gad who wanted to stay in the land of Jazer and Gilead (Num 32:3)
  • Note: City in Moab about 5 km north of the Arnon and 19 km east of the Dead Sea (Jer 48:18)
Δαιδάν
  • Meaning: Dedan
  • Note: Son of Jokshan (Gen 25:3)
  • Note: Descendants of Keturah's grandson
Δαισάν
  • Meaning: Daisan
  • Note: Head of family of those who came out of captivity (1Esdras 5:31)
Δαισών
  • Meaning: Dishan, Daison
  • Note: Dishan: Son of Seir (1Chron 1:38)
  • Note: Dishon: Son of Anah (1Chron 1:41)
Δακέθ
  • Meaning: Rakkath, Daceth
  • Note: City in the territory of Naphtali (Josh 19:35)
Δαλαάν
  • Meaning: Dilean
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:38)
Δαλαία
  • Meaning: Delaiah
  • Note: Son of Elioenai (1Chron 3:24)
  • Note: One of the leaders who helped to escort 652 out of captivity (Ezra 2:60)
  • Note: Son of Mehetabel and father of Shemaiah (Neh 6:10)
  • Note: The chief of the 23rd of the 24 courses of priests (1Chron 24:18)
Δαλαίας
  • Meaning: Dalaiah
  • Note: Son of Shemaiah (Jer 36:12)
Δαλάλ
  • Meaning: Dilean
  • Note: City assigned to the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:38)
Δαλάν
  • Meaning: Dalan, Ladan
  • Note: Head of family who came out of captivity but could not reveal heritage (1Esdras 5:37)
Δαλία
  • Meaning: Dalia
  • Note: Father of Keilah (1Chron 4:19)
Δαλιδά
  • Meaning: Delilah
  • Note: Woman of Sorek whom Samson loved (Judg 16:4)
Δαλιλά
  • Meaning: Delilah
  • Note: Philistine woman of Sorek, lover of Samson (Judg 16:4)
Δαλμανουθά
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Dalmanutha
  • Note: A place on the west of the Sea of Galilee (Mark 8:10)
Δαλματία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Dalmatia
  • Note: Mountainous country in province of Illyricum on the eastern shore of the Adriatic sea (Rom 15:19; 2Tim 4:10)
  • Forms:
Δαλουία
  • Meaning: Chileab, Dalouia
  • Note: Chileab: Son of David and Abigail (2Sam 3:3)
Δαμᾶ
  • Meaning: Damas
  • Note: Bishop of Magnesia (Ign-Magn 2:2)
Δαμάν
  • Meaning: Ramah
  • Note: City near Gibeah of Benjamin (Jer 47:1)
Δάμαρις
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Damaris
  • Note: An Athenian woman converted to Christianity through Paul's preaching (Acts 17:34)
  • Forms:
Δαμασέκ
  • Meaning: Damascus
  • Note: City located about 300 km north of Jerusalem
Δαμασκηνῆ
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Damascus
  • Note: City located about 300 km north of Jerusalem
  • Forms:
Δαμασκηνός
Δαμασκός
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Damascus
  • Note: City located about 300 km north of Jerusalem
  • Hebrew:
  • Forms:
Δάν
  • Meaning: Dan
  • Note: Son of Jacob and Bilhah (Gen 30:6)
  • Note: City in the far north near Tyre of Sidon; originally called Laish (Judg 18:7)
  • Note: City where Abraham pursued the army of Chedorlaomer (Gen 14:14)
Δαναΐδες
  • Meaning: Danaids
  • Note: A persecuted woman (1Clem 6:2)
Δανί
  • Meaning: Danite
  • Note: Descendant of Dan (Judg 13:2)
Δανιδάν
  • Meaning: Dan Jaan
  • Note: Place between Gilead and Sidon (2Sam 24:6)
Δανιήλ
  • Meaning: Daniel
  • Note: Son of David and Abigail (1Chron 3:1)
  • Note: Prophet (Dan 1:3)
  • Note: Priest who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:7)
  • Note: Young man who defended Susanna (Susanna 1:45)
Δανιτῶν
  • Meaning: Danites
  • Note: Descendants of Dan (1Chron 12:36)
Δαρά
  • Meaning: Dara
  • Note: Son of Zerah (1Chron 2:6)
Δαρδά
  • Meaning: Darda
  • Note: Son of Mahol (MT=1Kings 4:31; LXX=1Kings 5:11)
Δαρεῖος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Darius
  • Note: Darius the Mede: son of Ahasuerus; reigned BC 538-536 (Dan 9:1; 11:1)
  • Note: Darius, king of Persia: son of Hystaspes; reigned BC521-486 (Ezra 4:5,24; 6:15)
  • Note: Darius the Persian: probably Darius II son of Artaxerxes Longimanus (Neh 12:22)
  • Note: Darius III, the antagonist of Alexander the Great (BC 336-331)
  • Forms:
Δαρκών
  • Meaning: Darkon
  • Note: Servants of Solomon who came out of Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:56)
Δαρώμ
  • Meaning: Darom
  • Note: Transliteration of the Hebrew for south (Ezek 1:2)
Δασέμ
  • Meaning: Resen, Dasem
  • Note: City that Nimrod built (Gen 10:12). Hebrew: where LXX reads the first letter as
Δαυείδ
  • Meaning: David
  • Note: Youngest son of Jesse of Bethlehem (1Sam 16:12)
Δαυίδ
  • Meaning: David
  • Note: Youngest son of Jesse of Bethlehem (1Sam 16:12)
  • Note: Father of Nathan (Luke 3:31)
Δάφνη
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Daphne
  • Note: A suburb of Antioch on the Orontes (2Macc 4:33)
  • Forms:
Δάφνος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Daphnus
  • Note: A friend of Ignatius (Ign-Smyrn 13:2)
  • Forms: