Pronounced Pron. DAHR-shə, DAHR-see-ə (English), DAHR-see-ah (Dutch)
Other Forms FormsDarsha
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Contributor Contrib.Faithbethalena on 7/26/2015
In English-speaking countries, this name is probably a variant of Darcy, one that may have been inspired by the name Marcia.Outside of the anglophone world, there is more uncertainty surrounding the meaning and etymology of the name, since Darcy as a given name is predominantly used in the English-speaking world. Perhaps in other countries (where the name Darcia is even rarer than in the anglophone world), the name is simply a combination of any name starting with D- with Marcia.Known bearers of this name include the Swiss ice hockey player Darcia Leimgruber (b. 1989) and Darcia Narvaez, an American (of Puerto Rican descent) professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame (which is located in the United States).