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Gender: M Meaning of Darcy: " from Arcy" Origin of Darcy: English from French, d'Arcy

Though Darcy is the ultimate Jane Austen hero name, it is rarely used for boys today. A shame as it's a handsome, roguish kind of appellation that combines elements of French flair, aristocratic savoir faire,and a soft Irish brogue.

Famous People Named Darcy

Darcy James Blake, Welsh footballer
Darcy Stephen Ward, Australian motorcycle racer
Darcy Dallas, Canadian ice hockey player
Darcy Furber, Canadian politician
Darcy Hordichuk, Canadian ice hockey player
Darcy Ribeiro, Brazilian anthropologist and politician
Darcy Tucker, Canadian ice hockey player
Darcy Tadich, Australian actor
Darcy Bryce, Australian actor

Pop Culture References for the name Darcy

Darcy Meade, minor character in Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind"
Darcy Hawthorne, character in "The Mother Daughter Book Club" by Heather Vogel Frederick
Dr. Darcy Garland, character on Canadian TV series "Murdoch Mysteries"
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, a main character in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice"
Mark Darcy, character in book/film "Bridget Jones's Diary"

Darsey, D'Arcy, Darsy, Darcey