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Names With vs. Similar Style vs. To Darcy

I know I pretty much just posted, and I apologize but even with people saying Darcy is nice I just can’t get myself to love it! Since I don’t want to shoot down my boyfriend completely, I’m looking for non unisex names that are kind of similar in style with Darcy. Do you have any ideas? Anne is going to be used as a middle name! Thanks and sorry if I seem picky or rude in any of my comments!

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Demi
Macy
Kacey
Danika
Dani
Daisy
Destiny
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:23:12 | report
Delaney
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:23:53 | report
I like Daisy! Please remember that I do not want unisex names, thanks!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:25:41 | report
Amelia
Delaney
Fiona
Sophia
Kylie
Abigail
Cassidy
Ainsley
Colleen
Piper
Poppy
Lyssa
Like any? -Jane
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:26:28 | report
Marcy
Mercy
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:27:49 | report
I like Amelia and Poppy! My one drawback to Amelia, Poppy, and Daisy is that they’re all pretty popular where we live. Also, please remember that I do not want unisex names, I’m very picky about that so please do not suggest anything that could be considered unisex (for example names like Aubrey, names ending in Son, Cassidy, Morgan, etc.)
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:29:06 | report
Phoebe Anne!!! but if not that how about one of these?
Katrina
Grace
Miley
Maebry(pn May-bree)
Callie
Ivy
Scarlett
Virginia
Lila
Charlotte
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:31:04 | report
Julie
Paige
Dana
Rainey
Lacy
Trinity
Josey
Kenzy
Ruby
Bailey
Cassidy
Libby
Colby
Lily
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:31:55 | report
I like Lila and Charlotte but Charlotte is pretty popular where we live so I’m not so sure about it right now
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:32:44 | report
I like Ruby and Lily but they’re both really popular where we live so I’m a bit hesitant. Please, please remember that I have specifically asked for NO unisex names!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:33:37 | report
Isabella
Bristol
Chelsea
Daphne
Esme
Gracie
Kathy
Hallie
Havana
Heather
Isla
Julie
Laurel
Paisley
do you like any of those? I tried not to put any unisex...its just so hard nowadays
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:36:56 | report
Darcy...
Daisy, Amelia, Poppy, Lila, Charlotte...

Carly
Maisie
Scarlett
Ruby
Alice
Lucy
Dahlia
Lola
Adara
Dara
Verity
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:39:37 | report
I like Isla, Ruby, Alice, Lucy, and Dahlia! However with the exception of Dahlia, all of them are pretty popular where we live which makes me a bit nervous
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:41:37 | report
Freya
Bianca
Candace
Vanora
Briony
Crina
Delphine
Holly
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:47:44 | report
I like Freya though it is fairly popular too! Should I just forget anything about the popularity of the names or could it have some importance?
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:49:34 | report
I didn’t see the first poll. I’m assuming your problem with Darcy is that it’s unisex?

Do you want a name similar in sound to Darcy because I’m not sure you’re going to find one that’s similar in style without it being unisex/surnamey.

Delilah
Daphne
Beatrice
Beatrix
Coralie
Molly
Piper
Sadie
Rosie
Nora
Zora
Thalia
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:49:40 | report
I’m so sorry to be picky but this one thing catches my eye...
So you said you wanted to name your kid Darcey Anne. Correct? It is just a little weird that Harry Styles (A singer in a popular boys band listened to by teens) wants to name his first daughter Darcey Ann Styles. If that is all your doing on this site...I suggest you stop playing around. If this is TRULY what you wants to name your child...I suggest Demi Anne...Darby Anne...or Darla Anne.
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:50:29 | report
Dora
Dolly
Dinah
Deena
Marcie
Marcia
Maisie
Lacy
Delancy
Carly
Berkley (Bark-Lee)
Nancy
Martha
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:51:33 | report
Yes, that is my main problem with Darcy; that and I’m just not a fan of the sound.

I’m not totally sure how to express what I’m looking for; it doesn’t have to sound like Darcy but something with a similar feel? I know that probably doesn’t clear anything up, I’m sorry! I truly do not know how to express what I’m trying to get at. I do like Delilah, Rosie, and Thalia! Though Rosie seems a bit too cutesy for an adult to me, so I’m not too sure about that one
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:52:20 | report
I don’t like any of those, sorry guest! Please, PLEASE remember that I do not want ANY unisex names!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:52:54 | report
If you like a name I wouldn’t worry about its popularity, unless its in the top 10-15 of course.
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 17:56:25 | report
Many of the names that have been suggested that I do like are in the top 20 or so; some of them even being in the top 5; would that be a problem?
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 17:59:50 | report
Lauren Anne
Kaylee Anne
Rebecca Anne
Jessie Anne
Louise Anne
Madison Anne / Maddie Anne
Kelsey Anne
Paisley Anne
Stacey Anne
Stephanie Anne
Katie Anne
Jessica Anne
Sophie Anne
Sophia Anne
Lisa Anne
Leslie Anne
Betsy Anne
Bessie Anne
Chelsea Anne
Alice Anne
Alicia Anne
Alyssa Anne
Alison Anne
Grace Anne
Keira Anne
Shelby Anne
Willow Anne
Tilly Anne
Millie Anne
Gracie Anne
Amy Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:00:59 | report
What about Darby? I absolutely love that name! Its not popular...yet it has a fresh feel to it! Darby Anne is BEAUTIFUL!
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:02:36 | report
Please, please, please, I’ve said this many times now; I do NOT WANT UNISEX NAMES! I’m sorry if I sound rude but that is the ONE thing I do not want! I do like Louise, Alice, and Millie though popularity once again is making me hesitant.
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:03:30 | report
Popularity wouldn’t be a concern if you LOVED a name and you’d regret not using it. That doesn’t seem to be the case with any of those, though.

I know a Rosie who is 20, although we’re Scottish and names like Rosie and Maisie and Archie, etc. are more normal in the UK than they are in the US. Americans are definitely more formal with names.

Jessa
Penelope
Layla
Tess/Tessa
Gemma
Olive
Maeve

Can you express what Darcy "feels" like to you? Is it charming? Is it fit for a ballerina? Is it tomboy? Is it smart? etc.
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:03:58 | report
Darby is a unisex name which I have specifically said many, many times now I do not want!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:04:04 | report
who cares how popular a name is? as long as you and your husband like it what does it matter what anybody else thinks? don’t not use a beautiful name just cause you hear it a lot. it must mean that its a perfect name
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:04:08 | report
Popularity doesn’t matter, I don’t think. As long as you love a name, what’s it really matter? I like Millie Anne best. It’s pretty adorable. You could also make it stand-out more by frequently calling her by both names.
posted by guest: Mel Acen :: 2013-11-09 18:06:20 | report
HARPER ANNE! :)
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:06:27 | report
A few of them do worry me though as I know my boyfriend will probably not want anything in the top 10 or so; so I will probably go back through the names and eliminate those before I show him the list.

I know that Rosie and other -ie names are common and normal as we live in the UK (though I am from America) but it just doesn’t seem fit as a full name to me. I like Penelope but it is a name that we can’t use. I don’t know how to describe the feel either; I feel so useless about that I’m sorry! I guess it has a tomboy feel, which I don’t like, mixed with a fresh (?) feel?
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:06:44 | report
Harper is a unisex name, I do NOT want unisex names! Please respect the fact that that is probably the only thing I do not want and please stop giving unisex name suggestions
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:07:32 | report
woah don’t suggest Harper. it may be too unisex
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:07:43 | report
I’m not sure if that is meant to be sarcastic (as you can never tell over the internet) but if it is so, please do not be rude. I know some like unisex names but I despise them which is why I already feel bad about not being able to love Darcy which is the only name my boyfriend loves
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:09:21 | report
HAILEY ANNE! :)
***Its not unisex is it? Plus it sounds great!
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:09:41 | report
Hailey is dated to me, sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:10:50 | report
Luna Anne
Danica Anne
Rosalie Anne (nn Rosie)
Gabrielle Anne
Skye Anne
Renee Anne
Esmae Anne
Esmaya Anne (My friends cousin came up with this because she couldn’t use Esmae but I think its really pretty)
Lydia Anne
Romy Anne
Remi Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:12:01 | report
I like Luna and Lydia! I have a male cousin named Remi, so I would never consider that for a girl
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:13:43 | report
Marisa
Gracie
Elizabeth
Jane
Eliana
Mary
Stacey (I think this goes perfect with Anne!)
***I do not believe any of these are unisex
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:14:10 | report
Stacey is actually unisex and I don’t like any of the other names, sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:15:06 | report
Bridget
Nicola
Nicole
Hallie
Callie
Felicity
Georgina
Kerry
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:15:41 | report
Felicity is kind of growing on me!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:16:25 | report
Ariana
Gianna
Helen
Hannah
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:17:19 | report
I like Helen my only hesitation is about the flow of "Helen Anne"!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:18:28 | report
I noticed in one of your earlier comments you said you like louise but thought it was too popular. so how about:
Eloise Anne
Louisa Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:19:16 | report
Louise isn’t actually that popular here, sorry I should’ve been more specific with that comment! But I do like Louisa, Eloise is nice too but we can’t use it
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:21:29 | report
***I’m absolutely sure none of these are unisex...I made sure they were very feminine...
Tiffany
Stephanie
Penelope
Vivianna
Jessica
Sophia
•Or what about just plain old Sally?
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:21:48 | report
Anjelica Anne
Sabrina Anne
Farrah Anne
Mariana Anne
Liana Anne
Rosalina Anne
Tallulah Anne
Hermoine Anne
Coralie Anne
Margaret Anne
Alessandra Anne
Cynthia Anne
Madeleine Anne
Felicity Anne
Cassandra Anne
Like any of these? I tried my best not to put any unisex names in there lol its so hard because people are starting to make everything unisex.
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:22:52 | report
I like Viviana! I like Penelope too but we can’t use it. Tiffany, Stephanie, Jessica, and Sally are a little too dated to me and I’m just not a fan of Sophia; sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:23:36 | report
Louise Anne is a perfect name. Its cute for a little child but also ages well into a beautiful and mature adults name. it also flows really well and looks good written down. but that’s just my opinion. what do you think?
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:24:09 | report
I like Tallulah, Alessandra, and Felicity is continuing to grow on me!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:24:11 | report
*** More decently feminine names...
Olivia
Julie (Julie Anne has a nice flow)
Violet
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:25:02 | report
Juniper Anne
Maisie/Maisy Anne
Georgia Anne
Bridget Anne
Celie Anne
Celia Anne
Natalie Anne
Tamsin Anne
Elise Anne
Lyra Anne
Harlow Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:25:03 | report
Louise is definitely on my list! I don’t want to make any final decisions because I do want my boyfriend to feel like he was a part of naming our baby. I’m putting all the suggestions that I like into a list that I plan on showing him (and praying he likes one or a few from the list)
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:25:07 | report
I like Celia! Harlow is a unisex name (and the name of a friend of mine’s dog) which I do not want
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:25:50 | report
I missed a comment, I’m terribly sorry about that! I like Violet!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:26:29 | report
How about Alice Anne? If you want a really girly, cute, sweet, feminine classic, fresh and elegant go with Alice!
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:27:17 | report
***Me again!
Clara
Coraline
Juliet
Rose
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:27:36 | report
im not sure if this name is unisex or not (sorry if it is) but taking inspiration from the website what about Genie Anne? I think its pretty and it would not be popular at all
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:29:34 | report
Alice has been suggested a few times, and is on the list; my hesitation is that it is fairly popular here. I like Clara and Juliet; as well as Rose but Rose Anne seems very silly to me. I do like the idea of Rosie or Rose as a nickname but I really don’t like Rosalie
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:29:40 | report
Bonnie Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:29:45 | report
I don’t like the sound of Genie at all and for some reason it makes me think of the Disney movie Aladdin, sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:30:38 | report
I don’t like the name Bonnie, sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:30:58 | report
what about Rosemary Anne (nn Rosie or Rose)
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:32:12 | report
***
Lucy
Luna
Florence
Valentina
Amelia
Chloe
Charlotte
Victoria
***Bye!
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:32:25 | report
I am really astounded and very thankful of all the comments! I have a pretty long list (24 names or so) that I plan on maybe sorting through myself and showing them to my boyfriend. If you do have other suggestions, feel free to leave them in a comment!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:32:31 | report
I don’t like Rosemary either as a full name, sorry guest!

Lucy, Luna, Amelia, and Charlotte are on my list; but I also like Valentina!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:33:17 | report
Bronte Anne
Kylie Anne
Zoe Anne
Maxine Anne
Niamh Anne
Tallulah Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:33:57 | report
I like Niamh and Tallulah! Bronte is too unisex to me and while I don’t mind Maxine I don’t like the boy nickname "Max"
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:35:02 | report
***
Rosalinda
Rosabell (goes perfect with Anne)
Rosetta
***
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:35:41 | report
sorry I didn’t realise bronte was unisex
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:36:40 | report
Rosa
Rosalind
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:37:38 | report
I like Rosalind! Rosa is also growing on me! I realize I probably hold a higher standard to unisex names; most names people don’t even think of unisex (that usually are) I do
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:41:21 | report
Is Perrie unisex? if not then Perrie Anne is nice.
I also Like Kimberley Anne, Lexi Anne, Kirsty Anne, Samantha Anne (although nicknames Sam and Sammy are unisex so you might not like it)
Theresa Anne, Jacqueline Anne, Amelie Anne
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:46:07 | report
have you ever thought of using a double barrel first name. in my opinion if you used Darcy-Anne as a full first name then it sounds much girlier. or maybe Darla-Anne or just Darla as a first name
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:50:01 | report
Perrie is a different spelling of boy name Perry, so I’m pretty sure it’s unisex. I don’t like unisex names either. How about Rosamund nn Rosie? Or Francesca, Seraphina, Georgina, Levina, or Mirabelle?
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 18:54:21 | report
Perrie is unisex as it is a spelling for Perry. I do like Amelie and Rosamund!

A double first name wouldn’t do much to make me like Darcy. Anne is after my mother so I don’t want to use it as our baby’s first name and I dislike the look of double middle names and I don’t like Darla, sorry guest!
posted by guest: Poster :: 2013-11-09 18:59:03 | report
Tess
posted by guest :: 2013-11-09 21:29:07 | report

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