Dabareh, the word; the thing; a bee; obedient
Dabbasheth, flowing with honey
Daberath, the word; the thing; a bee; obedient (the same as Dabareh)
Dagon, corn; a fish god worship by human (baby) sacrifice burned to the beating of drums
Dalaiah, the poor of the Lord
Dalmanutha, a bucket; a branch
Dalmatia, deceitful lamps; vain brightness
Dalphon, the house of caves
Damaris, a little woman
Damascus, a sack full of blood; the similitude of burning
Dan, judgment; he that judges
Daniel, judgment of God; God my judge
Dannah, judging
Darah, generation; house of the shepherd or of the companion
Darda, home of knowledge; a pearl of wisdom;
Darius, King of Persia; kind man; he that informs himself of a king;
Darkon, of generation; of possession; bearer of scattering;
Dathan, laws or rites; belonging to law;
David, well-beloved, dear; beloved;King.
Debir, an orator; a word; speaker;
Deborah, word; thing; a bee
Decapolis, containing ten cities
Dedan, their breasts; friendship; a judge; low, their friendship;
Dedanim, the descendants of Dedan
Dekar, force; lance bearer, perforation
Delaiah, the poor of the Lord; Jehovah is deliverer;
Delilah, poor; small; head of hair, Samson’s mistress, languishing, She made him sleep upon her knees, and then called the man who was waiting to help her; who “cut off the seven locks of his head,” and so his “strength went from him.” (See SAMSON)[8]
Demas, popular; ruler of people;
Demetrius, belonging to corn, or to Ceres
Derbe, a sting
Deuel, the knowledge of God
Deuteronomy, repetition of the law
Diana, luminous, perfect
Diblaim, cluster of figs
Diblath, paste of dry figs
Dibon, abundance of knowledge
Dibon-gad, great understanding; abundance of sons
Dibri, an orator
Dibzahab, Dizahab, where much gold is
Didymus, a twin; double
Diklah, Dildah, his diminishing
Dilean, that is poor
Dimon, where it is red
Dimonah, dunghill
Dinah, judgment; who judges
Dinhabah, he gives judgment
Dionysius, divinely touched
Diotrephes, nourished by Jupiter
Dishan, a threshing
Dishon, fatness; ashes
Dodai, Dodanim, beloved
Dodavah, love
Dodo, his uncle
Doeg, careful, who acts with uneasiness
Dophkah, a knocking
Dor, generation, habitation
Dorcas, a female roe-deer
Dothan, the law; custom
Drusilla, watered by the dew
Dumali, silence; resemblance
Dura, generation, habitation (same as Dor)

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