Dorian
Origin/Usage
Greek, Literary
Pronunciation
DAWR-ee-ən
Meaning
From the Dorian tribe
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Dorian originates in Greek language and as a masculine given name it was probably first used by Oscar Wilde in his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray. The Dorians were a population of ancient Greece. The name itself has been used very rarely and it functions as a surname as well.

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