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    Default Darcy

    What comes to mind when you see this name?

    Do you regard it as a boy or girls name?

    I absolutely love it but DH doesn't. Just curious to know what others think.

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    Boys name for me. I don't mind it

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    It firstly reminds me of Mr Darcy - which attaches to handsome and regal, very masculine :-) but I do know a little girl named Darcy.
    Funny how we associate different names with different sexes. My youngest is Heath. Which DH and I thought was very masculine, but my granny had only ever known one Heath and that was a female. Hope you and DH can decide! That's the main thing :-) best of luck Loulaa!

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    I love it for a boy or girl. I have known both a boy and girl Darcey - and it suited both in my opinion.

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    I think of it more of girls name in this day and age. It's kind of like the name Peyton that started off as a male name but is now unisex, but more so considered a girls name.

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    I love it - I knew a very special boy named Darcy when I was younger.

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    I think boy. I don't like it for a boy, its even worse for a girl. Sorry

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    both! I know a gorgeous girl in my sons class at school, and a cute bubba boy too

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    Boy and love it

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    I love it ! It's on my list of boys names for bub number 3 . Just got to convince hubby :-)


 

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