Dai Sensor -- a sensor possessed by daimons that was used to locate Pure Hearts.
Daimon Egg -- eggs that are produced by Professor Souichi Tomoe in his laboratories that hatch into daimons, the "monsters of the day" from the Sailor Moon S season.
Dana -- the English name that was originally proposed for Sailor Mars in her civilian form. However, the name decided upon for her was Raye Hino. In the Japanese original, she is called Rei Hino.
Dark Agency -- a sector of the Dark Kingdom that is Danburite's specialty. This sector is devoted to collecting energy and taking over the world.
Dark Dome Close -- Sailor Pluto's forbidden attack. She actually used it in Act 33. Sailor Saturn was reborn into Hotaru's body, and asked Sailor Pluto to seal the gate that crossed into Pharaoh 90's dimension. Calling upon her father, Chronos, she sealed the demons away.
Dark Hedges -- Statues that Esmeraude had Saphir create in her likeness which grow off of dark energy. She planned to have them grow in certain points with negative energy, creating a gate through which the Black Moon Clan could take over the Earth with.
Deadly Attack!! Finishing Manuscripts Shots! -- the attack phrase used by the daimon U Henshuu in episode 113. She calls out this phrase and then a stack of razor-edged pieces of paper materializes from her a ball of black energy in her hands. She then throws this stack of paper at her opponent. The final sheet in the stack of paper reads, "you're almost dead!," and can increase in size until it is large enough to pin a person down to the ground like flypaper. Sometimes U Henshuu simply calls out, "Finishing Manuscripts!" rather than the full name of the attack.
Dead Scream -- Sailor Pluto's standard attack. She uses it in normal fights. To use this attack, she raises her staff above her head and whispers, "Dead... Scream!," at which point wind whirls around her time staff then flies towards the enemy.
Death Hands -- a power of the Dark Moon Family in the manga that was given to Saffiru and Esmeraude by Wiseman. The power gives its bearer shadowy black hands which stretch out and around the necks and bodies of victims, killing them.
Death Reborn Revolution -- Sailor Saturn's manga only attack which is used at the end of the Death Busters arc of the manga. She raises her glaive and yells, "Death Reborn Revolution!," draining away Master Pharaoh 90's power. It is unknown whether or not the attack actually destroys the world - all that is known is that when she brings down the Silence Glaive, that is the time of the end of the world. Sailor Moon (as Princess Serenity) revives the world and brings everything back without the villains. The attack is often called Death Ribbon Revolution, but this is incorrect, as Sailor Saturn specifically says "Death Reborn Revolution."
Death Ribbon Revolution -- An incorrect name for Sailor Saturn's attack, Death Reborn Revolution. Sailor Saturn specifically says "Death Reborn Revolution." However, Sailor Saturn does use "Death Ribbon Revolution" in some video games
Death Spiral -- An attack used by the youma Janelyn and Misha in episode 039 in an attempt to kill Sailor Moon. Luckily, Endymion helped Sailor Moon dodge the attack.
Deep Aqua Mirror -- the talisman that Sailor Neptune possesses. She uses it in her Submarine reflection attack, and it can reveal weakness in an enemy. It has the ability to see the true image of something, but it can also serve as a plain hand mirror. In the manga, it has the ability to repair itself when broken. When this talisman and the other two, the Garnet Orb, which belongs to Sailor Pluto, and the Space Sword, which belongs to Sailor Uranus, come together, they form the Holy Grail, also referred to as the Purity Cup in the dub.
Deep Submerge -- Sailor Neptune's attack in which she sends forth a wave which is compressed into a planet shaped orb at the enemy. In the English dubbed it is called Neptune Deep Submerge, but it is alternated with the other phrase, simply 'Deep Submerge.'
Desert River Senshi
Diana Fairy -- a proposed character for Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon who never actually appeared in the anime, manga, or drama, only in Art Book 6 (the Materials Collection) and the first Nayakashi Anime Album for the first season of the anime. The Art Book caption reads, "playful, talkative, impertinent, and cute female fairy. Fragile like a teardrop. She doesn't get along with Luna." A side note says that "her bottom always flutters," referring to her wings and the hem of her dress. She was to be found in the ruins of the Moon Kingdom, and when she was found, she would help the senshi in the first season, and guide them through the ruins of the Moon Kingdom. She should have been in Volume 3, Act 10 of the manga, but a fairy version of Queen Serenity took her place in both the anime and manga. She looks like Usagi, but has only the buns, not the pigtails. She wears a lacy yellow dress and no shoes, and has white wings. Also known as Moon Fairy Diana.
DiC -- the name of the company that produced a dubbed version of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon in English in North America. Often disliked by Sailor Moon fans for their extreme cuts and censorships, sometimes excluding entire episodes. Their version of Sailor Moon also seems to be aimed to a much younger age group than the original.
Doom Tree -- the tree for which Ann and Alan must collect energy. It is their 'tree of life' and appears in Sailor Moon R with the two aliens. However, it only appeared in the anime, never the manga, because Ann and Alan were created in the anime only so that the manga could catch up with the anime. When the tree is fed too much energy, it reacts violently and attacks Alan, but Ann runs in front of the attack to protect Alan and is killed. The tree then reveals that it is the mother of the two aliens, as well as many others, but that they are the only two to survive; the others destroyed each other. It went to sleep to give energy to them, and was awakened when it came into contact with Sailor Moon. It then reveals that it needs love, not energy, to survive. Sailor Moon purifies the Doom Tree, and gives its energy to Ann to revive her. The aliens then take what remains of it into space to help it grow again.
Double Sailor Moon Kick -- A flying kick attack done in unison with Sailor ChibiMoon.
Double Spin Kick -- An attack used by the youma Janelyn and Misha in episode 039 against Sailor Moon and Endymion. Luckily, they managed to dodge the attack.
Double Starlight Honeymoon Therapy Kiss -- Sailor Moon and Sailor ChibiMoon's combined attack that is used only once in the manga, in ChibiUsa's fourth picture diary, Volume 17. It is used to destroy the evil spirit that possesses Hotaru.
Double Taiyaan -- the ability of the daimon Taiyaan to split herself into identical twin monsters. It was used in episode 98, her only appearance.
Dr. Gia -- a very gifted American surgeon and physician who flew to Tokyo in episode 185 to perform a complex operation on a young girl named Misa, who suffered from a serious illness that was untreatable by Japanese doctors. After being caught in traffic, he arrived at the Juuban Secondary General Hospital late, and was met by Aluminum Seiren, who, disguised as a nurse, tricked the doctor into following her into an alleyway. There, she extracted his Star Seed, having mistakenly assumed that he had one of the ones that Galaxia was looking for. The light of his Star Seed quickly burnt out, which resulted in his transformation to the phage Sailor Doctor. After being healed by Eternal Sailor Moon's Starlight Honeymoon Therapy Kiss, Dr. Gia retained no memory of his experience as Sailor Doctor. He went on to perform the life-saving operation on Misa, and attributed his success more to her strength of will than to his own surgical skill. Dr. Gia had blue eyes and brown hair. His seiyuu was Yoshi Kawai. See also: Sailor Doctor.
Dream Coffins -- coffins where sleeping children are kept dreaming pleasant dreams after they are kidnapped. Queen Badiane plans to imprison the entire world in the coffins, using the sugar dream energy from their good dreams to nurture her Black Dream Hole, which she intends to use to take over the world. The prisoners of the coffins are unaware that they are sleeping. Sailor Moon was trapped inside a Dream Coffin for a brief time while trying to rescue Sailor ChibiMoon from Badiane, but broke out when she realized that something happening in her dream could never take place in real life.
Drop Drop -- the writer Katakuri Ukon's latest novel, appears in SMS episode 113.