Δι- names
Δίδυμος
  • Meaning: Didymus, twin
  • Note: Surname of Thomas, one of the 12 disciples (John 11:16)
Διμωνά
  • Meaning: Dimonah
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:22)
Δίνα
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Dinah
  • Note: Daughter of Jacob and Leah (Gen 30:21)
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Διναῖος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dinaites
  • Note: A people mentioned in Ezra 4:9, as settled in the city of Samaria by Osnappar (Assurbanipal)
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Δινάχ
  • Meaning: Dinach
  • Note: LXX Vaticanus for Anath (Judg 3:31)
Διόγνητε
  • Meaning: Diognetus
  • Note: Unknown Christian writer about AD130 (Diogn 1:1)
Διονύσια
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Plur Neut
  • Meaning: Dionysus, Bacchus (2Macc 6:7)
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Διονύσιος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dionysus, Bacchus
  • Note: One of Paul's converts at Athens (Acts 17:34)
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Διόνυσος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dionysus
  • Note: Greek god of wine drinking (3Macc 2:29)
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Διός
Ζεύς
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dios, Zeus
  • Note: Supreme god of Greek theology (2Macc 6:2)
  • Forms:
Διὸς-Κορινθίος
Διοσκούροι
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: the Dioscuri: Castor & Pollux; the twins
  • Note: The twin sons of Zeus: Castor and Pollux which are the two stars of the constellation of the Twins which navigators used. It was the sign on the ship on which Paul sailed from Malta (Acts 28:11)
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Διόσπολις
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Diospolis
  • Note: City in Egypt, also called No (Ezek 30:14)
  • Forms:
Διοτρέφης, Διοτρεφής
  • Meaning: Diotrephes
  • Note: Judaizer who maligned John and his co-workers (3John 1:9)
Δίρκαι
  • Meaning: Dircae
  • Note: A persecuted woman (1Clem 6:2)