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I love this name! And it's so much nicer spelt this way than with a y.
annavedette  3/10/2007
This name is great. It sounds classic but not old. It has a good sound too.
dreamgirl54  11/10/2007
Barrel. It just pops to my mind when I see (not hear) this name or Darrel. And then I start to think about "The Nightmare Before Christmas". Not good. No.
― Anonymous User  7/7/2009
Famous bearer is NASCAR legend Darrell Waltrip. He goes "Boogity, Boogity, Boogity!" every time the green flag drops.
NASCAR MAN 14  12/6/2009
This is my maternal grandfather's first name, so whenever I hear it I automatically think of him. I think it sounds a little old-fashioned, but not so much that I couldn't imagine anyone born nowadays to have it.
sunshinechild67  10/4/2010
I'm sorry, but no... Just no. Darrell is kind of a hillbilly name in my opinion.
― Anonymous User  3/3/2014
Dimebag Darrell was a American death metal guitarist. He was born Darrell Lance Abbott and assassinated December 4, 2004. He is known for being in Pantera.
ERK  11/27/2016
The name Darrell was given to 233 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Darrell are male.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
Darrell Hamamoto is a Professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis who is best known for his views on the desexualization of Asian American males in the media. Dr. Hamamoto received his education at CSU Long Beach, Bowling Green State University and UC Irvine.
lilolaf  7/28/2017
Darrell was my Dad's middle name & was the surname of his maternal grandma. She immigrated from Sweden in the 1800s. We always assumed it was of French origin as many French migrated to Sweden under the French men (from c. 1000 A.D.) who were "hired" by the Swedes to be kings of Sweden. We have no knowledge of how great-grandma Darrell's family came to be in Sweden however. They were however, brunette Swedes. We pronounce this surname dah-rell' with accent on 2nd syllable. Dad didn't like that his middle name was no more "usable" than his first name. So he insisted that his kids have plain middle names as a backup in case they didn't like their first name. --janieanne.
janieanne  8/20/2017

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