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Name for today-15th April


Dorian is a boys name.

Dorian comes from the Greek word “doron” which means gift.

The picture of Dorian Gray is where the name originated it is written by Oscar Wilde.

Doris is one of the four main tribes of ancient Greece.

Popularity Baby Name Wizard.

  • #442 in United States
  • #498 in Canada (Quebec)

Variants/Nicknames: Doran, Dore, Dorey, Doron, Dory.

Comments on Dorian:

I, personally, think Dorian is a brilliant name. I’ve loved it since reading Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde about five years ago. It was a brilliant book and I fell in love with the name. It’s uncommon without being too “out there”, it’s strong, masculine and I nearly always love literature names. 10/10.

Dorian is a wonderful name in my opinion. It is rich in Ancient history. It also has a wonderful sound to it as well. This is a favorite of mine.

— EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs 4/24/2007


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