US Popularity:11948
Other Origin(s):Scandinavian
Meaning:Day; Bright; From the French town of Dax
Dack first appeared as a surname in England in the 13th century, but some mystery surrounds its origin story. It is believed to be a variant of the Scandinavian name Dag, meaning "day" and "bright," derived from the Old Norse word dagr. Dack is also credited with the meaning of "from the French town of Dax," so your little one can choose whichever interpretation resonates more. For baby Dack, being the brightest part of your day will surely suffice.

Dack Name Popularity Data

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in 1992
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from 1974
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