Dermin and Deiner Maboone.Dermin and Deiner were a married couple who had a daughter named Honour in Boston in 1648. I have no idea where these names came from. Are they non-Anglophone names? Are they misspellings? Perhaps Deiner is really Dinah or Dana. But Dermin? No clue. When I type it into Google, I get the Urban Dictionary definition: a contraction of "dog" and "vermin" referring to the little dogs that rich people carry in purses. It also appears to be a town in Germany. Are these clumsy Anglicizations of German names? This name is also recorded as "Dorman Maboon" when Mr. Maboone died in 1661. Any suggestions are much appreciated.