i see that many have suggested Delaney, and that was on my short list for girls names (but was hoping for something w/just 2 syllables and went with Audrey, my husband's first choice, instead).!!
Danica/Danika seems too prominent right now due to the popularity of Danica Patrick the race car driver...
But I knew a woman who named her daughter Danna (or maybe it was Dannah with an H), which I thought would be cute to honor my brother Daniel. I'm not a "Danielle for Daniel" fan, but I though Danna sounded sweet.
We played with the idea of Darienne (which is a more feminized version of Darian)... It's switching the placement if the A and D in the name Adrienne. We agreed on a different name for our daughter, but I still think Darienne is pretty and unique.
My son's name is Dallas, but we have met a handful of girls named Dallas over the years, too. My daughter's middle name is DeLay (it is a family name, but you could spell it Delay.) Of course I am biased, but I think they are both cute!
I haven't read the other posts yet. So, sorry if I repeat. One of my friend's just named her baby Delanie. You could spell is Delaney. I think Dillon is neat for a girl since it is usually a boy's name. Best wishes for a great pregnancy and a healthy baby girl!
Debbie, Danielle, Dormilee (Dormi, rhymes with "stormy", for short, she was named after a great-aunt), Della, Dorothy and D. are the female D names in my family. BTW, my name, D., is pronounced like the boys name Derek with an "a" at the end, or like Erica but with a D in front. It means "beloved leader".
I have a friend that has two daughters and their names are Darcy and Daryn. I think that Daryn is very original and very cute. It is pronounced like the boy's name Darren. Also Darryl and Dharma are unique.
Dominique isn't necessarily unique, but I don't hear the name much anymore. And she could go by Nicki. I would suggest getting one of those 100,000 baby name books and opening both the boy and girl D sections.
I've only known 1 of each of these in my lifetime (but no Delilah's), so I think they are pretty unique. Even though I haven't known a Delilah, I know there was recently a popular song that used that name, so you might want to look into that one. Good luck!
i like deonne, denice, dixie, dyra, I LOVE DARYLINNE(pronounced like daryl-lynne), darlene, deidra, delissa(M.) but with a "d", come its never too late to make up a NAME OF UR OWN, in the future it could become popular!!!! lol!!