Definitely boy, but I'm not a fan
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24-05-2014 13:59 #11
24-05-2014 14:06 #12
Both girl and boy. I like it more for a girl though
24-05-2014 14:07 #13
24-05-2014 14:30 #14
Most definitely boy.
24-05-2014 14:49 #15
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.
24-05-2014 14:51 #16
24-05-2014 15:56 #17
Darcy was on my girl's names list but I would equally accept it for a boy.
24-05-2014 16:08 #18Senior Member
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My DS2 is Darcy, love it for a boy or girl.
Mother to three gorgeous little men
24-05-2014 16:28 #19Senior Member
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I think both. I know a boy Darcy, but I actually prefer it as a girls name.
24-05-2014 19:21 #20
Both - I've met a boy and a girl and it suited both of them
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