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    Definitely boy, but I'm not a fan

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    Both girl and boy. I like it more for a girl though

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat76 View Post
    I love it ! It's on my list of boys names for bub number 3 . Just got to convince hubby :-)
    The Dads don't seem to like it do they?!
    I hope we can both convince them xx

    This bubba is our third too!

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    Most definitely boy.

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    Good to see lots of boy votes. Like @Goosey01, I see it as a strong and masculine name.

    Our bubba is a boy and I think Darcy works perfectly with his siblings names.

    It's from Irish origin and the feminine version is Darcie which is gorgeous for a little girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    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!
    Wow, I've never met a female Heath! A few Heather's but never a Heath.

    Heath to me is very masculine.

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    Darcy was on my girl's names list but I would equally accept it for a boy.

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    My DS2 is Darcy, love it for a boy or girl.


    Mother to three gorgeous little men

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    I think both. I know a boy Darcy, but I actually prefer it as a girls name.

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    Both - I've met a boy and a girl and it suited both of them


 

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