Name
DIE

Name DIE

Between 1999 and 2018 there were 16 births of Die in the countries below, which represents an average of 1 birth of children bearing the first name Die per year on average throughout this period.
On the last available year for each country, we count 1 birth.

Other languages  :  
En Français Prénom Die   
In Italiano Nome Die   


Information about the first name Die

The first name Die has been assigned to:
6.25% to boys
93.75% to girls
The country where the first name Die is the most common is:
IT Italy
This first name is on trend: Female
This first name has 3 letters including 2 vowels and 1 consonant

Die in Japanese *

Romajidii
Katakanaディー
Hiraganaでぃー
* This is a phonetic conversion, not a translation.
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Die in binary language

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Origin and meaning of name Die

US English
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English deyen, from Old English dīeġan and Old Norse deyja, both from Proto-Germanic *dawjaną (“to die”). Displaced Old English sweltan.
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English dee, from Old French de (Modern French dé), from Latin datum, from datus (“given”), the past participle of dō (“to give”), from Proto-Indo-European *deh₃- (“to lay out, to spread out”). Doublet of datum.
Etymology src :
  • Variant spelling.
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • die (plural dies)
  • Obsolete spelling of dye
Anagrams src :
  • 'Eid, 'eid, -ide, EDI, EID, Eid, IDE, IED, Ide, eid, ide
Pronunciation src :
  • enPR: dī, IPA(key): /daɪ/
  • Rhymes: -aɪ
  • Homophones: dye, Di, Dai, daye
General
Verb src :
  • die (imperative di, present tense dier, passive dies, simple past and past participle dia or diet, present participle diende)
  • to suck, suckle (of a baby on the breast)
  • to breastfeed, nurse (of a mother with her baby)
Afrikaans
Etymology src :
  • From Dutch die, which is used only as a demonstrative in Dutch. The replacement of the article de with stronger die is also common in Surinamese Dutch and among non-native speakers of Dutch.
Alternative forms src :
  • di (obsolete)
Pronoun src :
  • die
  • this one, these; that one, those; he, she, it, they
  • Ek het dokter toe gegaan en die het gesê ek moet in bed bly.
  • I went to the doctor and he / she said I had to stay in bed.
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /di/
  • IPA(key): /‿i/ (article only; contracted form, particularly after prepositions and conjunctions)
Pronoun (Usage notes) src :
  • The corresponding determiner (“this/that”, “these/those”) is usually spelt dié in order to distinguish it from the definite article. This spelling is also sometimes used for the pronoun, though this is unnecessary.
Middle Dutch
Etymology src :
  • From Old Dutch thie, thia, from Proto-Germanic *sa.
Etymology src :
  • From Old Dutch thīo, from Proto-Germanic *þeuhą.
Etymology (Article) src :
  • die
  • the; definite article.
Etymology (Determiner) src :
  • die
  • that, those
  • who, which, that
Etymology (Pronunciation) src :
  • IPA(key): /diə/, /di/
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • dië f or n
  • thigh
Interlingua
Noun src :
  • die (plural dies)
  • A day.
Noun (Derived terms) src :
  • De die in die (“From day to day”)
  • Un die (“One day, sometime”)
  • Le die sequente (“The next day, the following day”)
Latin
Noun src :
  • diē
  • ablative singular of diēs ("day").
  • Sine die.
  • Without a day.
Pronunciation src :
  • (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈdi.eː/, [ˈd̪i.eː]
  • (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈdi.e/, [ˈd̪iː.ɛ]
IT Italian
Etymology src :
  • From Latin diēs, back-formed from the accusative diem (whose vowel was once long), from Proto-Italic *djēm, the accusative of *djous, from Proto-Indo-European *dyew- (“heaven, sky; to shine”).
Noun src :
  • die m (invariable)
  • Obsolete form of dì.
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈdi.e/, [ˈd̪iːe]
  • Hyphenation: dì‧e
NL Dutch
Etymology src :
  • From Middle Dutch die, a merger of Old Dutch thie, thē, thia, thiu and similar forms of the demonstrative. As in Old High German ther, der it replaced the original masculine and feminine nominative forms from Proto-Germanic *sa.
Descendants src :
  • Afrikaans: die
Determiner src :
  • die
  • that (masculine, feminine); referring to a thing or a person further away.
  • die boom
  • that tree
  • die vrouw
  • that woman
  • those (plural); referring to things or people further away.
  • die vensters
  • those windows
Pronoun src :
  • die m or f or pl
  • (relative) who, whom, which, that
  • Ik ken geen mensen die dat kunnen.
  • I don't know any people who can do that.
  • Oh, maar ik ken iemand die dat wel kan!
  • Oh, but I know somebody who can!
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /di/
DK Danish
Etymology src :
  • From Proto-Germanic [Term?], from Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)- (“to suck, suckle”). Cognate with Latin fellō, Sanskrit धयति (dhayati, “to suck”). Compare causative dægge, Gothic 𐌳𐌰𐌳𐌳𐌾𐌰𐌽 (daddjan, “suckle”).
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • die c
  • breast milk, mother's milk, when sucked from the breast
Etymology (Verb) src :
  • die (imperative di, infinitive at die, present tense dier, past tense diede, perfect tense har diet)
  • to suck (being nursed)
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /diːə/, [ˈd̥iːə]
DE German
Anagrams src :
  • Eid
Pronoun src :
  • die (relative or demonstrative)
  • inflection of der:
  • nominative/accusative singular feminine
  • nominative/accusative plural
  • (in a subordinate clause as a relative pronoun) that; which; who; whom; whose
  • (as a demonstrative pronoun) this one; that one; these ones; those ones; she; her; it; they; them
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /diː/ (stressed)
  • IPA(key): /dɪ/ (unstressed)
  • Rhymes: -iː
Pronoun (Usage notes) src :
  • In a subordinate clause, die indicates a person or thing referenced in the main clause. It is used with plural or feminine singular antecedents.
NO Norwegian Nynorsk
Verb src :
  • die (present tense diar, past tense dia, past participle dia, passive infinitive diast, present participle diande, imperative di)
  • to suck, suckle (of a baby on the breast)
  • to breastfeed, nurse (of a mother with her baby)
Verb (Alternative forms) src :
  • dia
NO Norwegian Bokmål
Etymology src :
  • Probably from Danish die, from Old Danish di, from Germanic *dijana-, *dejana-
 

Popularity of the name Die

Number of DIE births per year

Total births of Die by country

Births with the first name Die
Country
Boys
Girls
ITItaly
1999 - 2018
1
15

Total births of Die by country (last available year)

Births with the first name Die
Country
Boys
Girls
ITItaly
2018
0
1

Comments on the name Die

Personalities with the first name Die

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Film Actors and Actresses with the first name Die

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Rankings of first name DIE by country

Country ranking (boys)
RankCountryYear
No ranking of first name DIE (male) births over the last year available in each country
Country ranking (girls)
RankCountryYear
#21204IT Italy2018






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