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    I think Boy and think of Mr Darcy. Suits a quiet intellectual soul.

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    I think mr darcy - boy or darcey bussell - girl
    Not a fan

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    I think its quite a girly name even though I know a man named Darcy.

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    My hubby's name is Darby, but heaps of people get it wrong and calls him Darcy and he hates it, so i guess maybe he hates the fact that after so long he gets his name wrong, rather than hating the name Darcy... he just said it sounds too girly- but not girly enough to be a girls name

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    I've never thought of it as a girl's name, only a boys and like others 'Mr Darcy' or Colin Firth comes to mind.

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    I like it for both.

    i have a very 'manly' male cousin called Darcy and it really suits him. I also know a very girly 3 yr old girl called Darcy and it also really suits her!

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    Boys name. Don't love it, don't hate it.

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    Love it for a boy and I don't mind it for a girl. But I prefer boy.


 

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