Darby is a unisex name that has origins in the Old English and Irish languages. The Irish translation of the name is "free from envy" or "free one." In Norse, Darby was used as a place-name and can be translated to "deer farm." Darby is more commonly used for baby girls.
Similar Names: Darbee, Derby
Famous Darby Names: Darby Stanchfield (actress), Darby Mills (singer)
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Don’t forget the names Dulcie (sweet), Darcie (from D’Arcy, a place name in French), Doris, Davina (feminine of David), Devann (A Cambodian name), Devanie (Irish, I think), Demelza (Cornish), Damaris (a popular Christian name), Dylan (Welsh and properly a boy’s name, but gaining in popularity for girls), Demetria (from the Greek goddess Demeter), Dora (short for Isadora, Theodora, etc.), and Dorcas (found in the New Testament book of Acts).