Origin: Greek, Latin
24 famous people named Demi found on Wikipedia.
9225 female, 6 male in US.
Most recent ranking: 395-th in year 2018
Best ranking: 395-th in year 2018
Used in: Greek
Demi is feminine given name with Greek and Latin roots. It is originally a nickname form of Demetria, the feminine form of the masculine name Demetrius, which is itself the Latin and English spelling of Greek name Demetrios.
Demi is also a prefix meaning "half", loaned from French; for example, demi frère which means "half brother" or demi soeur which means "half sister".
People with the given name Demi include:
Demi Lovato (b. 1992), American actress and singer-songwriter
Demi (author) (b. 1942), American children's book author
Demi Delia (b. 1967), adult actress
Demi Moore (b. 1962), American actress
Demi Orimoloye (b. 1997), Canadian baseball player
Demy (singer) (b. 1991), Greek singer
Demi is uncommon as a surname.
Word-forming element meaning "half, half-sized, partial," early 15c., from Old French demi "half" (12c.), from Late Latin dimedius, from Latin dimidius "half, one-half," which contains the elements dis- "apart" (see dis-) + medius "middle" (see medial).
Abbreviation of Demetria: the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.
|1||Demi Lovato||1992||American actress, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, philanthropist, model and businesswoman|
|2||Demi Moore||1962||American actress|
|5||Demi Stokes||1991||English footballer|
|6||Demi Schuurs||1993||Dutch tennis player|
|9||Ali Demi||1918||Albanian resistance fighter|
|10||Demi Getschko||Brazilian engineer|
|11||Musa Demi||1878||Albanian writer|
|12||Tahir Demi||1919||Albanian politician|
|13||Demi Evans||1965||American singer|
|14||Demi de Jong||1995||Cyclist|
|15||Rexhep Demi||1864||Albanian politician|
|17||Niazi Demi||1919||Albanian politician|
|19||Demi Holborn||1992||British singer|
|20||Leonard Demi||Albanian politician|
|21||Paolo Emilio Demi||1798||Italian sculptor|
|24||Gino Demi||1901||Italian association football player|