Name Report For First Name DACY:


First name DACY's origin is Other. DACY means "southerner". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with DACY below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of dacy.(Brown names are of the same origin (Other) with DACY and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with DACY - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming DACY



NAMES RHYMING WITH DACY (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (acy) - Names That Ends with acy:

kacy macy tacy tracy ignacy jacy stacy treacy lacy

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (cy) - Names That Ends with cy:

percy darcy kelcy lucy nancy clancy quincy yancy mercy aldercy chauncy delancy

NAMES RHYMING WITH DACY (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (dac) - Names That Begins with dac:

dace dacey dacia dacian dacio dack

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (da) - Names That Begins with da:

da'ud dabbous dabi dabir dada dae daedalus daedbot daeg daegal daegan dael daelan daelyn daelynn daemon daena daesgesage daeva daffodil dafydd dagan daganya daganyah dagen daghda dagian dagmar dagoberto dagomar dagonet daguenet dagwood dahab dahlia dahr dahwar dahy dai daiana daibheid daibhidh daijon daileass dailyn daimh daimhin daimmen dain daina dainan daine daire dairion daisey daishya daisi daisie daisy daithi daivini daizy dakarai dakini dakota dakotah dakshina dal dalal dalan dalbert dale daleel dalen dalena dalene dalenna daley dalia daliah daliila dalila dalis dalit daliyah dall dallan dallas dallen dallin dallis dallon dalmar dalon


First Names which starts with 'd' and ends with 'y':

daly daney danithy danny dany darby darcey darry dary daudy daveney davey davy debby delaney delmy delray delroy dempsey denby denley denney denny derry desirey destiny destrey destry devaney devany devenny devery devony devry devy dewey dimitry diondray dolly donaghy donnally donnelly donny dontay dooley dorcey dorothy dorsey dory doy dudley duffy dunley dunly dusty

English Words Rhyming DACY


candidacynoun (n.) The position of a candidate; state of being a candidate; candidateship.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DACY (According to last letters):

Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (acy) - English Words That Ends with acy:

abbacynoun (n.) The dignity, estate, or jurisdiction of an abbot.

accuracynoun (n.) The state of being accurate; freedom from mistakes, this exemption arising from carefulness; exact conformity to truth, or to a rule or model; precision; exactness; nicety; correctness; as, the value of testimony depends on its accuracy.

acritochromacynoun (n.) Color blindness; achromatopsy.

adequacynoun (n.) The state or quality of being adequate, proportionate, or sufficient; a sufficiency for a particular purpose; as, the adequacy of supply to the expenditure.

advocacynoun (n.) The act of pleading for or supporting; work of advocating; intercession.

alternacynoun (n.) Alternateness; alternation.

archiepiscopacynoun (n.) That form of episcopacy in which the chief power is in the hands of archbishops.
 noun (n.) The state or dignity of an archbishop.

aristocracynoun (n.) Government by the best citizens.
 noun (n.) A ruling body composed of the best citizens.
 noun (n.) A form a government, in which the supreme power is vested in the principal persons of a state, or in a privileged order; an oligarchy.
 noun (n.) The nobles or chief persons in a state; a privileged class or patrician order; (in a popular use) those who are regarded as superior to the rest of the community, as in rank, fortune, or intellect.

autocracynoun (n.) Independent or self-derived power; absolute or controlling authority; supremacy.
 noun (n.) Supreme, uncontrolled, unlimited authority, or right of governing in a single person, as of an autocrat.
 noun (n.) Political independence or absolute sovereignty (of a state); autonomy.
 noun (n.) The action of the vital principle, or of the instinctive powers, toward the preservation of the individual; also, the vital principle.

bureaucracynoun (n.) A system of carrying on the business of government by means of departments or bureaus, each under the control of a chief, in contradiction to a system in which the officers of government have an associated authority and responsibility; also, government conducted on this system.
 noun (n.) Government officials, collectively.

celibacynoun (n.) The state of being unmarried; single life, esp. that of a bachelor, or of one bound by vows not to marry.

coefficacynoun (n.) Joint efficacy.

complicacynoun (n.) A state of being complicate or intricate.

concubinacynoun (n.) The practice of concubinage.

confederacynoun (n.) A league or compact between two or more persons, bodies of men, or states, for mutual support or common action; alliance.
 noun (n.) The persons, bodies, states, or nations united by a league; a confederation.
 noun (n.) A combination of two or more persons to commit an unlawful act, or to do a lawful act by unlawful means. See Conspiracy.
 noun (n.) With the, the Confederate States of America.

congeneracynoun (n.) Similarity of origin; affinity.

conspiracynoun (n.) A combination of men for an evil purpose; an agreement, between two or more persons, to commit a crime in concert, as treason; a plot.
 noun (n.) A concurence or general tendency, as of circumstances, to one event, as if by agreement.
 noun (n.) An agreement, manifesting itself in words or deeds, by which two or more persons confederate to do an unlawful act, or to use unlawful to do an act which is lawful; confederacy.

contumacynoun (n.) Stubborn perverseness; pertinacious resistance to authority.
 noun (n.) A willful contempt of, and disobedience to, any lawful summons, or to the rules and orders of court, as a refusal to appear in court when legally summoned.

curacynoun (n.) The office or employment of a curate.

degeneracyadjective (a.) The act of becoming degenerate; a growing worse.
 adjective (a.) The state of having become degenerate; decline in good qualities; deterioration; meanness.

delegacyadjective (a.) The act of delegating, or state of being delegated; deputed power.
 adjective (a.) A body of delegates or commissioners; a delegation.

delicacyadjective (a.) The state or condition of being delicate; agreeableness to the senses; delightfulness; as, delicacy of flavor, of odor, and the like.
 adjective (a.) Nicety or fineness of form, texture, or constitution; softness; elegance; smoothness; tenderness; and hence, frailty or weakness; as, the delicacy of a fiber or a thread; delicacy of a hand or of the human form; delicacy of the skin; delicacy of frame.
 adjective (a.) Nice propriety of manners or conduct; susceptibility or tenderness of feeling; refinement; fastidiousness; and hence, in an exaggerated sense, effeminacy; as, great delicacy of behavior; delicacy in doing a kindness; delicacy of character that unfits for earnest action.
 adjective (a.) Addiction to pleasure; luxury; daintiness; indulgence; luxurious or voluptuous treatment.
 adjective (a.) Nice and refined perception and discrimination; critical niceness; fastidious accuracy.
 adjective (a.) The state of being affected by slight causes; sensitiveness; as, the delicacy of a chemist's balance.
 adjective (a.) That which is alluring, delicate, or refined; a luxury or pleasure; something pleasant to the senses, especially to the sense of taste; a dainty; as, delicacies of the table.
 adjective (a.) Pleasure; gratification; delight.

deliracynoun (n.) Delirium.

democracynoun (n.) Government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is retained and directly exercised by the people.
 noun (n.) Government by popular representation; a form of government in which the supreme power is retained by the people, but is indirectly exercised through a system of representation and delegated authority periodically renewed; a constitutional representative government; a republic.
 noun (n.) Collectively, the people, regarded as the source of government.
 noun (n.) The principles and policy of the Democratic party, so called.

demonocracynoun (n.) The power or government of demons.

depopulacynoun (n.) Depopulation; destruction of population.

determinacynoun (n.) Determinateness.

diplomacynoun (n.) The art and practice of conducting negotiations between nations (particularly in securing treaties), including the methods and forms usually employed.
 noun (n.) Dexterity or skill in securing advantages; tact.
 noun (n.) The body of ministers or envoys resident at a court; the diplomatic body.

disconsolacynoun (n.) The state of being disconsolate.

docimacynoun (n.) The art or practice of applying tests to ascertain the nature, quality, etc., of objects, as of metals or ores, of medicines, or of facts pertaining to physiology.

doulocracynoun (n.) A government by slaves.

dulocracynoun (n.) See Doulocracy.

effeminacynoun (n.) Characteristic quality of a woman, such as softness, luxuriousness, delicacy, or weakness, which is unbecoming a man; womanish delicacy or softness; -- used reproachfully of men.

efficacynoun (n.) Power to produce effects; operation or energy of an agent or force; production of the effect intended; as, the efficacy of medicine in counteracting disease; the efficacy of prayer.

episcopacynoun (n.) Government of the church by bishops; church government by three distinct orders of ministers -- bishops, priests, and deacons -- of whom the bishops have an authority superior and of a different kind.

equivocacynoun (n.) Equivocalness.

extacynoun (n.) See Ecstasy.

fallacynoun (n.) Deceptive or false appearance; deceitfulness; that which misleads the eye or the mind; deception.
 noun (n.) An argument, or apparent argument, which professes to be decisive of the matter at issue, while in reality it is not; a sophism.

fermacynoun (n.) Medicine; pharmacy.

fugacynoun (n.) Banishment.

gerontocracynoun (n.) Government by old men.

gunocracynoun (n.) See Gyneocracy.

gynecocracynoun (n.) Government by a woman, female power; gyneocracy.

gyneocracynoun (n.) See Gynecocracy.

gynocracynoun (n.) Female government; gynecocracy.

hagiocracynoun (n.) Government by a priesthood; hierarchy.

hierocracynoun (n.) Government by ecclesiastics; a hierarchy.

idiocracynoun (n.) Peculiarity of constitution; that temperament, or state of constitution, which is peculiar to a person; idiosyncrasy.

illegitimacynoun (n.) The state of being illegitimate.

illiteracynoun (n.) The state of being illiterate, or uneducated; want of learning, or knowledge; ignorance; specifically, inability to read and write; as, the illiteracy shown by the last census.
 noun (n.) An instance of ignorance; a literary blunder.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DACY (According to first letters):

Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (dac) - Words That Begins with dac:

dacenoun (n.) A small European cyprinoid fish (Squalius leuciscus or Leuciscus vulgaris); -- called also dare.

dachshundnoun (n.) One of a breed of small dogs with short crooked legs, and long body; -- called also badger dog. There are two kinds, the rough-haired and the smooth-haired.

daciannoun (n.) A native of ancient Dacia.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Dacia or the Dacians.

dacoitnoun (n.) One of a class of robbers, in India, who act in gangs.

dacoitynoun (n.) The practice of gang robbery in India; robbery committed by dacoits.

dacotahsnoun (n. pl.) Same as Dacotas.

dactylnoun (n.) A poetical foot of three sylables (-- ~ ~), one long followed by two short, or one accented followed by two unaccented; as, L. tegm/n/, E. mer6ciful; -- so called from the similarity of its arrangement to that of the joints of a finger.
 noun (n.) A finger or toe; a digit.
 noun (n.) The claw or terminal joint of a leg of an insect or crustacean.

dactylaradjective (a.) Pertaining to dactyl; dactylic.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a finger or toe, or to the claw of an insect crustacean.

dactyletnoun (n.) A dactyl.

dactylicnoun (n.) A line consisting chiefly or wholly of dactyls; as, these lines are dactylics.
 noun (n.) Dactylic meters.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, consisting chiefly or wholly of, dactyls; as, dactylic verses.

dactylioglyphnoun (n.) An engraver of gems for rings and other ornaments.
 noun (n.) The inscription of the engraver's name on a finger ring or gem.

dactylioglyphinoun (n.) The art or process of gem engraving.

dactyliographynoun (n.) The art of writing or engraving upon gems.
 noun (n.) In general, the literature or history of the art.

dactyliologynoun (n.) That branch of archaeology which has to do with gem engraving.
 noun (n.) That branch of archaeology which has to do with finger rings.

dactyliomancynoun (n.) Divination by means of finger rings.

dactylistnoun (n.) A writer of dactylic verse.

dactylitisnoun (n.) An inflammatory affection of the fingers.

dactylologynoun (n.) The art of communicating ideas by certain movements and positions of the fingers; -- a method of conversing practiced by the deaf and dumb.

dactylomancynoun (n.) Dactyliomancy.

dactylonomynoun (n.) The art of numbering or counting by the fingers.

dactylopterousadjective (a.) Having the inferior rays of the pectoral fins partially or entirely free, as in the gurnards.

dactylothecanoun (n.) The scaly covering of the toes, as in birds.

dactylozooidnoun (n.) A kind of zooid of Siphonophora which has an elongated or even vermiform body, with one tentacle, but no mouth. See Siphonophora.


English Words which starts with 'd' and ends with 'y':

daddynoun (n.) Diminutive of Dad.

daguerreotypynoun (n.) The art or process of producing pictures by method of Daguerre.

dailynoun (n.) A publication which appears regularly every day; as, the morning dailies.
 adjective (a.) Happening, or belonging to, each successive day; diurnal; as, daily labor; a daily bulletin.
 adverb (adv.) Every day; day by day; as, a thing happens daily.

daintynoun (n.) Value; estimation; the gratification or pleasure taken in anything.
 noun (n.) That which is delicious or delicate; a delicacy.
 noun (n.) A term of fondness.
 superlative (superl.) Rare; valuable; costly.
 superlative (superl.) Delicious to the palate; toothsome.
 superlative (superl.) Nice; delicate; elegant, in form, manner, or breeding; well-formed; neat; tender.
 superlative (superl.) Requiring dainties. Hence: Overnice; hard to please; fastidious; squeamish; scrupulous; ceremonious.

dairynoun (n.) The place, room, or house where milk is kept, and converted into butter or cheese.
 noun (n.) That department of farming which is concerned in the production of milk, and its conversion into butter and cheese.
 noun (n.) A dairy farm.

daisynoun (n.) A genus of low herbs (Bellis), belonging to the family Compositae. The common English and classical daisy is B. prennis, which has a yellow disk and white or pinkish rays.
 noun (n.) The whiteweed (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum), the plant commonly called daisy in North America; -- called also oxeye daisy. See Whiteweed.

dakoitynoun (n.) See Dacoit, Dacoity.

damnabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being damnable; damnableness.

damnatoryadjective (a.) Dooming to damnation; condemnatory.

dampyadjective (a.) Somewhat damp.
 adjective (a.) Dejected; gloomy; sorrowful.

dancyadjective (a.) Same as Dancette.

dandynoun (n.) One who affects special finery or gives undue attention to dress; a fop; a coxcomb.
 noun (n.) A sloop or cutter with a jigger on which a lugsail is set.
 noun (n.) A small sail carried at or near the stern of small boats; -- called also jigger, and mizzen.
 noun (n.) A dandy roller. See below.

dangleberrynoun (n.) A dark blue, edible berry with a white bloom, and its shrub (Gaylussacia frondosa) closely allied to the common huckleberry. The bush is also called blue tangle, and is found from New England to Kentucky, and southward.

daphnomancynoun (n.) Divination by means of the laurel.

darbynoun (n.) A plasterer's float, having two handles; -- used in smoothing ceilings, etc.

darkynoun (n.) A negro.

dashyadjective (a.) Calculated to arrest attention; ostentatiously fashionable; showy.

dastardlyadjective (a.) Meanly timid; cowardly; base; as, a dastardly outrage.

dastardynoun (n.) Base timidity; cowardliness.

datarynoun (n.) An officer in the pope's court, having charge of the Dataria.
 noun (n.) The office or employment of a datary.

dauberynoun (n.) Alt. of Daubry

daubrynoun (n.) A daubing; specious coloring; false pretenses.

daubyadjective (a.) Smeary; viscous; glutinous; adhesive.

daughterlyadjective (a.) Becoming a daughter; filial.

daynoun (n.) The time of light, or interval between one night and the next; the time between sunrise and sunset, or from dawn to darkness; hence, the light; sunshine.
 noun (n.) The period of the earth's revolution on its axis. -- ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours. It is measured by the interval between two successive transits of a celestial body over the same meridian, and takes a specific name from that of the body. Thus, if this is the sun, the day (the interval between two successive transits of the sun's center over the same meridian) is called a solar day; if it is a star, a sidereal day; if it is the moon, a lunar day. See Civil day, Sidereal day, below.
 noun (n.) Those hours, or the daily recurring period, allotted by usage or law for work.
 noun (n.) A specified time or period; time, considered with reference to the existence or prominence of a person or thing; age; time.
 noun (n.) (Preceded by the) Some day in particular, as some day of contest, some anniversary, etc.

dayflynoun (n.) A neuropterous insect of the genus Ephemera and related genera, of many species, and inhabiting fresh water in the larval state; the ephemeral fly; -- so called because it commonly lives but one day in the winged or adult state. See Ephemeral fly, under Ephemeral.

deaconrynoun (n.) See Deaconship.

deadlyadjective (a.) Capable of causing death; mortal; fatal; destructive; certain or likely to cause death; as, a deadly blow or wound.
 adjective (a.) Aiming or willing to destroy; implacable; desperately hostile; flagitious; as, deadly enemies.
 adjective (a.) Subject to death; mortal.
 adverb (adv.) In a manner resembling, or as if produced by, death.
 adverb (adv.) In a manner to occasion death; mortally.
 adverb (adv.) In an implacable manner; destructively.
 adverb (adv.) Extremely.

deaflyadjective (a.) Lonely; solitary.
 adverb (adv.) Without sense of sounds; obscurely.

deambulatorynoun (n.) A covered place in which to walk; an ambulatory.
 adjective (a.) Going about from place to place; wandering; of or pertaining to a deambulatory.

deanerynoun (n.) The office or the revenue of a dean. See the Note under Benefice, n., 3.
 noun (n.) The residence of a dean.
 noun (n.) The territorial jurisdiction of a dean.

dearynoun (n.) A dear; a darling.

deathlyadjective (a.) Deadly; fatal; mortal; destructive.
 adverb (adv.) Deadly; as, deathly pale or sick.

debaucherynoun (n.) Corruption of fidelity; seduction from virtue, duty, or allegiance.
 noun (n.) Excessive indulgence of the appetites; especially, excessive indulgence of lust; intemperance; sensuality; habitual lewdness.

debilityadjective (a.) The state of being weak; weakness; feebleness; languor.

debonairitynoun (n.) Debonairness.

decadencynoun (n.) A falling away; decay; deterioration; declension. "The old castle, where the family lived in their decadence."

decaynoun (n.) Gradual failure of health, strength, soundness, prosperity, or of any species of excellence or perfection; tendency toward dissolution or extinction; corruption; rottenness; decline; deterioration; as, the decay of the body; the decay of virtue; the decay of the Roman empire; a castle in decay.
 noun (n.) Destruction; death.
 noun (n.) Cause of decay.
 verb (v. i.) To pass gradually from a sound, prosperous, or perfect state, to one of imperfection, adversity, or dissolution; to waste away; to decline; to fail; to become weak, corrupt, or disintegrated; to rot; to perish; as, a tree decays; fortunes decay; hopes decay.
 verb (v. t.) To cause to decay; to impair.
 verb (v. t.) To destroy.

decencynoun (n.) The quality or state of being decent, suitable, or becoming, in words or behavior; propriety of form in social intercourse, in actions, or in discourse; proper formality; becoming ceremony; seemliness; hence, freedom from obscenity or indecorum; modesty.
 noun (n.) That which is proper or becoming.

decennarynoun (n.) A period of ten years.
 noun (n.) A tithing consisting of ten neighboring families.

decennovaryadjective (a.) Pertaining to the number nineteen; of nineteen years.

deceptivitynoun (n.) Deceptiveness; a deception; a sham.

deceptoryadjective (a.) Deceptive.

deciduitynoun (n.) Deciduousness.

decipiencynoun (n.) State of being deceived; hallucination.

decisoryadjective (a.) Able to decide or determine; having a tendency to decide.

declamatoryadjective (a.) Pertaining to declamation; treated in the manner of a rhetorician; as, a declamatory theme.
 adjective (a.) Characterized by rhetorical display; pretentiously rhetorical; without solid sense or argument; bombastic; noisy; as, a declamatory way or style.

declaratoryadjective (a.) Making declaration, explanation, or exhibition; making clear or manifest; affirmative; expressive; as, a clause declaratory of the will of the legislature.

declinatoryadjective (a.) Containing or involving a declination or refusal, as of submission to a charge or sentence.

declivitynoun (n.) Deviation from a horizontal line; gradual descent of surface; inclination downward; slope; -- opposed to acclivity, or ascent; the same slope, considered as descending, being a declivity, which, considered as ascending, is an acclivity.
 noun (n.) A descending surface; a sloping place.

decoynoun (n.) Anything intended to lead into a snare; a lure that deceives and misleads into danger, or into the power of an enemy; a bait.
 noun (n.) A fowl, or the likeness of one, used by sportsmen to entice other fowl into a net or within shot.
 noun (n.) A place into which wild fowl, esp. ducks, are enticed in order to take or shoot them.
 noun (n.) A person employed by officers of justice, or parties exposed to injury, to induce a suspected person to commit an offense under circumstances that will lead to his detection.
 verb (v. t.) To lead into danger by artifice; to lure into a net or snare; to entrap; to insnare; to allure; to entice; as, to decoy troops into an ambush; to decoy ducks into a net.

decretoryadjective (a.) Established by a decree; definitive; settled.
 adjective (a.) Serving to determine; critical.

decumbencynoun (n.) The act or posture of lying down.

decurynoun (n.) A set or squad of ten men under a decurion.

dedicatorynoun (n.) Dedication.
 adjective (a.) Constituting or serving as a dedication; complimental.

deducibilitynoun (n.) Deducibleness.

deedyadjective (a.) Industrious; active.

deerberrynoun (n.) A shrub of the blueberry group (Vaccinium stamineum); also, its bitter, greenish white berry; -- called also squaw huckleberry.

defamatoryadjective (a.) Containing defamation; injurious to reputation; calumnious; slanderous; as, defamatory words; defamatory writings.

defectibilitynoun (n.) Deficiency; imperfection.

defectuositynoun (n.) Great imperfection.

defensibilitynoun (n.) Capability of being defended.

defensoryadjective (a.) Tending to defend; defensive; as, defensory preparations.

defervescencynoun (n.) A subsiding from a state of ebullition; loss of heat; lukewarmness.
 noun (n.) The subsidence of a febrile process; as, the stage of defervescence in pneumonia.

defiatoryadjective (a.) Bidding or manifesting defiance.

deficiencynoun (n.) The state of being deficient; inadequacy; want; failure; imperfection; shortcoming; defect.

deflagrabilitynoun (n.) The state or quality of being deflagrable.

deformityadjective (a.) The state of being deformed; want of proper form or symmetry; any unnatural form or shape; distortion; irregularity of shape or features; ugliness.
 adjective (a.) Anything that destroys beauty, grace, or propriety; irregularity; absurdity; gross deviation from order or the established laws of propriety; as, deformity in an edifice; deformity of character.

defynoun (n.) A challenge.
 verb (v. t.) To renounce or dissolve all bonds of affiance, faith, or obligation with; to reject, refuse, or renounce.
 verb (v. t.) To provoke to combat or strife; to call out to combat; to challenge; to dare; to brave; to set at defiance; to treat with contempt; as, to defy an enemy; to defy the power of a magistrate; to defy the arguments of an opponent; to defy public opinion.

deglutitoryadjective (a.) Serving for, or aiding in, deglutition.

dehortatoryadjective (a.) Fitted or designed to dehort or dissuade.

deiformitynoun (n.) Likeness to deity.

deitynoun (n.) The collection of attributes which make up the nature of a god; divinity; godhead; as, the deity of the Supreme Being is seen in his works.
 noun (n.) A god or goddess; a heathen god.

dejectoryadjective (a.) Having power, or tending, to cast down.
 adjective (a.) Promoting evacuations by stool.

delaynoun (n.) To put off; to defer; to procrastinate; to prolong the time of or before.
 noun (n.) To retard; to stop, detain, or hinder, for a time; to retard the motion, or time of arrival, of; as, the mail is delayed by a heavy fall of snow.
 noun (n.) To allay; to temper.
 verb (v.) A putting off or deferring; procrastination; lingering inactivity; stop; detention; hindrance.
 verb (v. i.) To move slowly; to stop for a time; to linger; to tarry.

delegatoryadjective (a.) Holding a delegated position.

deleterynoun (n.) That which destroys.
 adjective (a.) Destructive; poisonous.

deletorynoun (n.) That which blots out.

delineatoryadjective (a.) That delineates; descriptive; drawing the outline; delineating.

delinquencynoun (n.) Failure or omission of duty; a fault; a misdeed; an offense; a misdemeanor; a crime.

delirancynoun (n.) Delirium.

delitescencynoun (n.) Concealment; seclusion.

deliverynoun (n.) The act of delivering from restraint; rescue; release; liberation; as, the delivery of a captive from his dungeon.
 noun (n.) The act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of the body or substance of a thing; distribution; as, the delivery of a fort, of hostages, of a criminal, of goods, of letters.
 noun (n.) The act or style of utterance; manner of speaking; as, a good delivery; a clear delivery.
 noun (n.) The act of giving birth; parturition; the expulsion or extraction of a fetus and its membranes.
 noun (n.) The act of exerting one's strength or limbs.
 noun (n.) The act or manner of delivering a ball; as, the pitcher has a swift delivery.

delusoryadjective (a.) Delusive; fallacious.

demagogynoun (n.) Demagogism.

demencynoun (n.) Dementia; loss of mental powers. See Insanity.

demisabilitynoun (n.) The state of being demisable.

demissionaryadjective (a.) Pertaining to transfer or conveyance; as, a demissionary deed.
 adjective (a.) Tending to lower, depress, or degrade.

democratynoun (n.) Democracy.

demographynoun (n.) The study of races, as to births, marriages, mortality, health, etc.

demonolatrynoun (n.) The worship of demons.

demonologynoun (n.) A treatise on demons; a supposititious science which treats of demons and their manifestations.

demonomagynoun (n.) Magic in which the aid of demons is invoked; black or infernal magic.

demonomynoun (n.) The dominion of demons.

demonrynoun (n.) Demoniacal influence or possession.

demonstrabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being demonstrable; demonstrableness.

demonstratoryadjective (a.) Tending to demonstrate; demonstrative.

demuritynoun (n.) Demureness; also, one who is demure.

demynoun (n.) A printing and a writing paper of particular sizes. See under Paper.
 noun (n.) A half fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or made of, the size of paper called demy; as, a demy book.

denarynoun (n.) The number ten; a division into ten.
 noun (n.) A coin; the Anglicized form of denarius.
 adjective (a.) Containing ten; tenfold; proceeding by tens; as, the denary, or decimal, scale.