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Dennis or Denis is either the first or last name of a male derived from the Greco-Roman name Dionysius meaning “servant of Dionysus”, the Thracian god of wine, which is ultimately derived from the Greek Dios (Διός, “of Zeus”) combined with Nysos or Nysa (Νυσα), where the young god was raised.
Alternative forms and spellings of the name include Denis, Denys, Denish, Deon, Deonne, Deonte, and Dion, Dionice. Diminutive forms include Den, Dennoh, Deno and Denny. The name Sydenie (alternate spellings: Sydney or Sidney) may derive from a village in Normandy called Saint-Denis, although evidence is slim, and results in the diminutive forms Syd and Sid. A medieval diminutive was Dye, from which the names Dyson and Tyson are derived.
Dennis is a very popular English and Irish name, common throughout the English-speaking world.
Denis is a very popular French name, common throughout the Francophone world, but is also a common English, Irish, German, Italian, Dutch, Croatian, Ukrainian, Russian,…

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