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21 Darby Irish Free from envy. A derivitive of Diarmait. Darby and Joan were a devoted elderly married couple originally depicted in a poem or ballad of the 18th century. M
22 Darby Norse From the deer estate. M
23 Darcey Irish Variant of Darcy: Dark one. M
24 DArcy English Derived from a surname introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, based on the the French place name Arcy. M
25 Darcy Celtic Dark. M
26 Darcy English Derived from a surname introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, based on the the French place name Arcy. M
27 Darcy French From Arcy. M
28 Darcy Irish Dark one. M
29 Darry Irish Red-haired; wealthy. M

30 Darsey Irish Variant of Darcy: Dark one. M
31 Darsy Irish Variant of Darcy: Dark one. M
32 DAry Gaelic Dark. M
33 Dary Irish Wealthy. M
34 Davey Hebrew Dearly loved. M
35 Davey Irish Variant of David 'beloved.'. M
36 Davy English Beloved or friend. A diminutive of David. Famous bearer: American frontiersman Davy Crockett. M
37 Davy Hebrew Diminutive of David: Cherished; beloved. M
38 Davy Scottish Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages. M
39 Davy Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Servant to the country justice Shallow. M
40 Davy Welsh Diminutive of David: Beloved or friend, from the Hebrew. Sixth century St David (or Dewi) was patron saint of Wales. M