Daniel Definition

dănyəl
noun
A masculine name: dim. Dan, Danny; fem. Danielle.
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A Hebrew prophet whose faith saved him in the lions' den: Dan. 6:16-23
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(US slang) The buttocks.

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The book containing his stories and prophecies.
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Synonyms:
  • Book of the Prophet Daniel
  • Book of Daniel
proper name
1562-1619; Eng. poet.
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pronoun

A book in the Old Testament of the Bible.

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A male given name in regular use since the Middle Ages.
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(rare) A female given name.
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A location in the state of Wyoming in the United States (Zip Code: 83115). (From the U.S. Census Bureau 1990)

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anagram

Aldine, alined, deal in, dealin', denial, enlaid, inlead, lead-in, nailed.

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Other Word Forms of Daniel

Noun

Singular:
Daniel
Plural:
Daniels

Origin of Daniel

  • From Ancient Greek Δανιήλ (Dānīēl), from Hebrew דניּאל (daniyél, “God is my judge”). Name borne from the prophet whose story is told in the Book of Daniel. [Oxford Names Companion, The]

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  • Hebrew Dānī’ēl, Dānīyēl God is my judge dān judge dyn in Semitic roots my ’ēl God ℵl in Semitic roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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