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Gender: F Pronunciation: DANN-ih-ca Meaning of Danica: "morning star" Origin of Danica: Slavic Danica's Popularity in 2014: #557

While Danica may sound similar to Dana, Danielle and Daniela, Danica is not a variation. Danica a delicate and unique Slavic name meaning “Morning Star” and is synonymous with Venus in many countries. A constant member of the Top 600 club for the past decade, we think Danica deserves even more attention given that it is at once feminine without being frilly and easy to spell without being too common

Danica has two noted namesakes: Danica McKellar, who played Winnie Cooper on The Wonder Years, and Danica Patrick, the first woman to win an Indy car race. It has been used in this country since 1977, picking up speed and peaking in 2007.

Famous People Named Danica

Danica Patrick, American race car driver
Danica Mae McKellar, American actress
Danica Stewart, American actress
Danica Camacho, seven billionth person born

Pop Culture References for the name Danica

Danica Pure-Spring, character in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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