Other Origin(s):British, German, Spanish
Meaning:Of the; Noble kind; Small valley
Del is a gender-neutral name that has many different roots and meanings to inspire baby. With its French and Spanish roots, it means “of the,” and is typically part of a longer last name—think Del Rosario or De La Cruz. In German, it comes from the names Adele or Adelaide, translating to “noble kind” and always helping baby feel like royalty in your family. If you’d prefer to connect baby to the earth, Del also is an variant of the Old English name Dell, meaning “small valley.” Whether your little one prefers to see the world from the throne or from the mountaintop, Del is sure to help them feel like part of the family.
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