noun, plural darcies.
- Physics. a unit of permeability, representing the rate of flow.
- Metaphysics. a yippie chick who yearns to shine her unique light in the world; a woo-woo loving tarot reader who loves sitting in the front pew; a permaculture-inspired Earth Mama who lives by example, and strives to share the love; a new chick(en) Mama; a Mama Bliss loving parenting coach who is finally ready to start inspiring fellow yippie chicks; a Soul Sister; a community and climate activist who is ready to create ripples and waves of social change; a M.A. graduate in Environment and Community from Antioch University Seattle; a book reader and news filterer; a proud Rotarian; a local and global volunteer for a better world; a home water birth mama of three beautiful children; a sometimes challenged, but devoted wife; a new girl in Astoria; a third generation Oregonian; a hippie child; a millionaire; a yoga lover; a pot smoker; a beer snob; a hiker; a camper; a Danish speaker; a health-seeker; a daydreamer; a diverse music fan; a live concert reveler; a traveler; a dancer; a sailor; a paddleboarder; a sea kayaker; an aquaphile; an e-biker, and Queen of McClure Park.
Origin: after Henri-Philibert-Gaspard Darcy (1803-58), French engineer
Meaning: In Irish dorcha means “dark, dark-haired” or “descendant of the dark one.” Both a surname and a given name.
Gender: Girl | Female