Other Origin(s):German, Norse
Meaning:from Denmark; Dweller in the valley
Dayna is a feminine name with a blend of origins spanning from British to Norse and German. Dayna derives from Dean, from the Old English word denu, meaning “valley,” once a surname of those who lived in valleys. Dayna may also have Norse and German origins, from the name Danir, meaning “from Denmark.” Dayna exudes a high-minded air with its beautiful pronunciation and inspiriting charm. With a name like Dayna, it’s as clear as day that baby will go far.
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