| List of people of the Three Kingdoms |
List of people of the Three Kingdoms period, whose names start with "D".
- Ding Gong 丁厷 in Book of Shu 15 權與亮書曰：「丁厷掞張，〔1〕陰化不盡；和合二國，唯有鄧芝。」 and 孫權蓋謂丁厷之言多浮豔也。
- Ding Jungan 丁君幹 of Shu-Han
- Ding Yan 丁晏 in Book of Wu 14 又都督劉寶白庶子丁晏，晏亦白寶，和謂晏曰：「文武在事，當能幾人，因隙搆薄，圖相危害，豈有福哉？」
- Ding Zun 丁尊 of Wei
- Diwu Yong 第五永 of Han, during the time of Emperor Ling. Farewelled by Cai Yong and Gao Biao.
- Dong An 董黯, mentioned in Wu 12, but may not have lived beyond 180?
- Wikipedia says Ding Fei's 丁斐 style name is Wenhou 文侯. No source?
- ↑ Rebel leader in 185, defeated by Yang Xu.
- ↑ In 176 a yellow dragon appeared in Qiao county, Pei commandery. Dan Yang said it meant that the territory (home to Cao Cao) was producing a ruler.
- ↑ Held rank as a general and was enfeoffed as a village marquis, in 220 he was sponsor of a stele commemorating Cao Pi's assumption of the imperial title.
- ↑ Officer of Liu Biao. Commanded a garrison in Nanyang city in 197. When Cao Cao attacked the city, Deng Ji was captured.
- ↑ Imperial Clerk, officer of the Censorate. Accompanied Emperor Xian on his escape from Chang'an in 195, but was killed in one of the battles along the way.
- ↑ In 184 Deng Sheng was promoted from Minister Herald to Grand Commandant. The following year he left that office.
- ↑ Wife of Cao Song 嵩 and mother of Cao Cao. In 220 her grandson Cao Pi had her honoured by Emperor Xian of Han.
- ↑ Magistrate of Weinan. Set free animals at Tong Gate to confuse Ma Chao’s army.
- ↑ Appointed to work on the Wu shu by Sun Quan, Hua He said he was a poor historian.
- ↑ Son of Ding Lan 覽. Originally named Ding Mi. After Sun Hao came to power, Ding Mi changed his name to Ding Gu in order to avoid the taboo on the name of Sun Hao’s father-in-law Teng Mi.
- ↑ Wife of Guo Yong 郭永 and mother of the future consort of Cao Pi, she died about 189. When her daughter became empress in 222 she received posthumous enfeoffment.
- ↑ a county commandant in Danyang commandery, in 181 he was a leading sponsor of a stele in honour of the magistrate Pan Qian, his senior officer.
- ↑ In 214 Dong He was a military adviser to Zhu Guang 朱光, the Administrator of Lujiang commandery in the service of Cao Cao. As Sun Quan's army stormed Huan, capital of the commandery, Zhu Guang and Dong He were both taken prisoner.
- ↑ A village marquis in 213, Dong Meng was among the petitioners who urged Cao Cao to take title as Duke of Wei.
- ↑ Recognized for literary and scholarly ability, he held office in the imperial government in the latter part of the first century.
- ↑ A subordinate commander to Zhang Yan in te 190s, he was sent to assist Gongsun Zan against Yuan Shao but was defeated.
- ↑ A grandson of Du Gen. About 230 he was granted minor enfeoffment by Cao Rui (Emperor of Wei) on account of the achievements of his brother Du Xi.
- ↑ Son of Du Du. In the latter half of the first century Du Shuo was a man of local power, famous for his wealth.
- ↑ About 192 Du Song was a colonel in garrison command in Donghai commandery for Cao Cao. His men mutinied under the leadership of Gui Mu, and Cao Cao sent Lü Qian to take his place.
- ↑ A local officer under the Administrator Yin Xiu, about 189 Du You was nominated for commissioned appointment.
- ↑ Chen Shou. "Book of Wei 8," in Records of the Three Kingdoms.