|Da-loh-no-geh||See Yellow Mountain.|
|Da-tsu-la-gun-yi||See Cold Mountain.|
|Dabbs||community in S central Caswell County.|
|Dabney||community in W Vance County. Named for local store operator.|
|Dabney Township||W Vance County.|
|Dads Top||mountain peak N of Twelve O'clock Top on the Buncombe-Haywood county line.|
|Dailys Creek||rises in W Lenoir County and flows NE into Neuse River. Probably named for John Dailey, who settled there about 1800.|
|Dairy Branch||flows SW thorough Mecklenburg County into Little Sugar Creek.|
|Dale||community in SE Surry County served by post office, 1894-1904.|
|Dalila||community in central Sampson County served by post office, 1892-1904.|
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