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Name Description

Dalbir

The brave soldier

Daljeet

The conqueror of forces

Darshanbir

Vision of exalted bravery

Darvesh

Humble, religious, gentleman

Deenpal

The protector of the helpless

Deep

The lamp of light

Deepinder

Light of God

Devindar

The king of gods

Dhann

The blessed one

Dharam

The righteous and religious person

Dharamjot

Light of righteousness and virtues

Dharamleen

One absorbed in righteousness

Dharampal

The supporter of righteousness

Dharamveer

Bravely upholding righteousness

Dhiaan

Absorbed in contemplation

Dilbaag

The one with a blossoming heart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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