ਡੇਵਿਡ (ਨਾਮ)

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  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide
  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide
  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide
  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide
  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide

ਫਰਮਾ:Infobox given name ਡੇਵਿਡ ਇਕ ਆਮ ਮਰਦਾਨਾ ਹੈ ਜਿਸ ਨੂੰ ਬਾਈਬਲ ਵਿਚ ਇਬਰਾਨੀ ਮੂਲ ਦਾ ਨਾਮ ਦਿੱਤਾ ਗਿਆ ਹੈ ਕਿਉਂਕਿ ਰਾਜਾ ਦਾ ਡੇਵਿਡ ਇਬਰਾਨੀ ਬਾਈਬਲ ਵਿਚ ਅਤੇ ਈਸਾਈ, ਯਹੂਦੀ ਅਤੇ ਇਸਲਾਮਿਕ ਧਾਰਮਿਕ ਪਰੰਪਰਾ ਵਿਚ ਕੇਂਦਰੀ ਮਹੱਤਵ ਦਾ ਪਾਤਰ ਹੈ।

ਕਪਟੀ[ਸੋਧੋ]

ਡੇਵਿਡ ਨਾਮ ਦੇ ਅੰਗ੍ਰੇਜ਼ੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ ਦੇ ਹੋਰ ਆਮ ਪਖੰਡ ਹਨ ਡੇਵੀ, ਦੇਵੀ ਅਤੇ ਡੇੈਵੀ। ਵੈਲਸ਼ ਡੈਫੀਡ ਨੂੰ ਸੰਖੇਪ ਰੂਪ ਵਿੱਚ ਦੇਵੀ, ਦਾਈ ਅਤੇ ਡੈਫ ਵੀ ਕਿਹਾ ਜਾਂਦਾ ਹੈ।

ਅਸ਼ਕੇਨਾਜ਼ੀ ਯਹੂਦੀ ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰ ਵਿੱਚ, ਡੇਵਿਡ ਦੇ ਆਮ ਪਖੰਡ ਡੋਵੀ ਅਤੇ ਡੋਵ ਹਨ. ਆਧੁਨਿਕ ਇਬਰਾਨੀ ਵਿਚ ਡੂਡੀ ਇਕ ਆਮ ਪਖੰਡ ਹੈ। [1]

ਡੇਵੋ ਨੂੰ ਇੱਕ ਉਪਨਾਮ ਵਜੋਂ ਵੀ ਵਰਤਿਆ ਜਾਂਦਾ ਹੈ ਅਤੇ ਇਹ ਆਸਟਰੇਲੀਆ ਅਤੇ ਅਰਮੇਨੀਆ ਵਿੱਚ ਕਾਫ਼ੀ ਆਮ ਹੈ, ਜਦੋਂ ਕਿ ਉਪਨਾਮ ਡੈਟੋ (ਡੇਵਿਟ ਲਈ) ਜਾਰਜੀਆ ਦੇਸ਼ ਵਿੱਚ ਪ੍ਰਸਿੱਧ ਹੈ।  [ <span title="This claim needs references to reliable sources. (March 2017)">ਹਵਾਲਾ ਲੋੜੀਂਦਾ</span> ]

ਔਰਤਗਤ ਰੂਪ[ਸੋਧੋ]

ਔਰਤੂਗਤ ਨਾਵਾਂ ਦੇ ਰੂਪਾਂ ਵਿਚ ਡੇਵੇ, ਡੇਵਿਡਾ, ਡੇਵੇਟਾ ਅਤੇ ਡੇਵਿਨਾ ਸ਼ਾਮਲ ਹਨ. ਲੜਕੀ ਦਾ ਨਾਮ ਡੇਵਿਨਿਯਾ ਤੋਂ ਲਿਆ ਜਾ ਸਕਦਾ ਹੈ, ਪਰ ਇਸ ਨੂੰ ਗੈਲਿਕ ਡੇਵਿਨ ਤੋਂ ਲਿਆ ਗਿਆ ਅਨੁਵਾਦ ਵੀ ਮੰਨਿਆ ਜਾਂਦਾ ਹੈ।[ਹਵਾਲਾ ਲੋੜੀਂਦਾ] ਜਾਂ ਿਫਿਰ ਲਾਵਿਨਿਆ ਦਾ ਇੱਕ ਰੂਪ। [ਹਵਾਲਾ ਲੋੜੀਂਦਾ] [ <span title="This claim needs references to reliable sources. (March 2017)">ਹਵਾਲਾ ਲੋੜੀਂਦਾ</span> ]

ਅੰਕੜੇ[ਸੋਧੋ]

ਪਰਿਵਰਤਨ[ਸੋਧੋ]

  • Afrikaans: Dawid
  • Albanian: Davidi, Dauti
  • Amharic: Dawït
  • Arabic: modern Arabic spelling: داوود or traditional: داود (Dāwūd, Dawoud, Daoud, Dawud, Dawood)
  • Armenian, Classical: Դաւիթ (Dawitʻ)
    • Eastern: Դավիթ (Davitʻ)
    • Western: Դաւիթ (Tʻavitʻ)
  • Assamese: দাউদ (Daud), ডেভিড (Devhid)
  • Azerbaijani: Davud, داوود
  • Bashkir: Дауыт (Dawït)
  • Basque: Dabid
  • Bosnian: Davud, Dawud, Daud, Daut
  • Breton: Dewi
  • Bulgarian: Давид, Давидко
  • Catalan: David
  • Cornish: Daveth
  • Croatian: David
  • Czech: David, Davídek
  • Danish: David
  • Dutch: David
  • Esperanto: Davido
  • Estonian: Taavet, Taavi
  • Amharic: Dawit
  • Faroese: Dávur, Dávid, Dávið, Dávi
  • Filipino: David, Davide
  • Finnish: Daavid, Taavetti, Taavi, Taavo
  • French: David
  • Fula: Dauda, Daouda
  • Galician: David
  • Ge'ez: Dawit
  • Georgian: დავით (Davit), დათო (Dato), დათა (Data), დათუჩა (Datucha), დათიკო (Datiko), დათუნა (Datuna)
  • German: David, Devid (extremely rare)
  • Greek: Δαβίδ (David)
    • Biblical Greek: Δαυὶδ, Δαβίδ, Δαυΐδ, Δαυείδ, Δαυίδης
  • Gujarati: ડેવિડ (Ḍēviḍa)
  • Hausa: Dauda, Daouda
  • Hawaiian: Kawika, Havika, Kāwika
  • Hebrew: Hebrew spelling without diacritics: דוד, (rare) דויד or full diacritics: דָּוִד (David)
  • Hindi: दाऊद (Dāūd), डेविड (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Hungarian: Dávid
  • Icelandic: Davíð
  • Indonesian: Daud
  • Inuktitut: ᑖᕕᑦ (Taavit)
  • Irish: Dáibhídh, Dáibhead, Dáithí
  • Italian: Davide
  • Japanese: デイビッド (Deibiddo), ダビデ (Dabide)
  • Kannada: ಡೇವಿಡ್ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Khmer: ដាវីត (Daaviit)
  • Korean: 다윗 (Dawid)
  • Latin: David, Davidus
  • Latvian: Dāvids, Dāvis
  • Lithuanian: Dovydas, Deividas
  • Malayalam: David, Devassy
  • Macedonian: Давид (DeJvid)
  • Manado Malay: Davij, Davi, Dav, Daud
  • Mandarin Simplified Chinese: 戴维 (Dàiwéi), 大卫 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandarin Traditional Chinese: 戴維 (Dàiwéi), 大衛 (Dàwèi), 大維 (Dàwéi)
  • Mandinka: Dawda, Dauda, Daouda
  • Manx: Davy
  • Māori: Rāwiri
  • Marathi: दावीद (Dāvīda)
  • Medieval English: Daw, Day
  • Mi'kmaq: Dabit
  • Northern Sami: Dávvet
  • Norwegian: David
  • Persian: داوود or داود (Davud)
  • Polish: Dawid
  • Portuguese: Davi (only in Brazil), David (Brazil and Portugal)
  • Punjabi: ਦਾਊਦ ਨੂੰ (Dā'ūda nū)
  • Romanian: David
  • Russian: Давид (Davíd), Давыд (Davýd), Дэвид (Dévid)
  • Samoan: Tavita
  • Scots: Dauvit, Dauid
  • Scottish Gaelic: Dàibheid, Dàibhidh
  • Sepedi (North Sotho): Dafid, Dafida
  • Serbian: Давид (David)
  • Skolt Sami: Daa´ved
  • Slovak: Dávid, David
  • Slovenian: David
  • Spanish: David
  • Swahili: Daudi
  • Swedish: David, Dawid
  • Syriac: ܕܘܝܕ (Dawid or Da'wood)
  • Tamil: தாவீது (Daveedu)
  • Telugu: డేవిడ్ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Thai: เดวิด (Dewid)
  • Turkish: Davut, Davud
  • Ukrainian: Давид (Davyd), Devid
  • Urdu: داؤد (Dāūd), ڈیوڈ (Ḍēviḍ)
  • Vietnamese: Deton
  • Welsh: Dafydd, Dewi, Dai, Dewydd, Day
  • Yiddish: Dóved
  • Yoruba: Dafidi, Dawodu, Dauda.
  • Zulu: uDavide

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