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Darwin sounds awkward and ugly. I also don't think a nerdier first name exists. Ugh. No, just no.
― Anonymous User  7/23/2019
The Amazing Word Of Gumball comes to mind when I hear this name. I think Darwin’s a cute name, especially for a little boy. It’s handsome and I’m sure it will age well. Darwin for a girl seems fine. I don’t really have a problem over parents using masculine names for their daughters. Guys! You know that when the girls get masculine names, they usually get something girly as their middle name, so don’t say “there are so many feminine names to choose from”, because traditional feminine names are being used often as a middle name for a girl with a boyish name. All kinds of names are popular for girls!
― Anonymous User  1/30/2019
My name is Darwin and I've never met anyone with my name.
Darwin  4/5/2018
Darwin is such an ugly name! Guys, don't name your kids this.
mynameisbutthole  3/13/2018
Darwin actually converted to Christianity on his deathbed and thought there was some supreme being involved, so I don't know how solely atheist this name would technically be. And if you want to name your child Darwin, why not?
― Anonymous User  3/3/2018
The name Darwin was given to 259 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Darwin are male.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
In Marvel Comics and adaptations, Armando Muñoz aka Darwin is an mutant with the power of spontaneous reactive adaptation. In the 2011 film 'X-Men: First Class', he is played by Edi Gathegi.
Feorsteorra  7/25/2015
Darwin is a character in The Amazing World of Gumball.
― Anonymous User  9/25/2014
I love this name because I can tell right away if you're a fellow atheist or not.
But also I think it's a nice simple name and it's not overused such as John, Jack, etc. I quite like it.
I wouldn't use it personally.
Gio123  10/15/2013
The sound isn't very good to begin with... And I'm afraid you'll automatically be considered an atheist if you name your son this (which you probably will be anyways). So yeah, I think it's kind of like "let's let everyone know our views on creation", which is quite pretentious. Oh well, it's better than naming your son Jesus..
― Anonymous User  3/22/2013
Cambridge Dictionary mentions The Meaning of Darwin As An Example of A Nickname:
"Darwin" was the nickname he was given at high school, because of his interest in science.
Or Look up "Nickname" in Cambridge Dictionary.
abu aamir  11/6/2012
My husband and I decided to name our son Darwin. Most people, when told what name we chose, responded with, "You'd better hope he's smart." I'm still pleased with the choice. Darwin is the sort of name you have to grow into. I still can't fathom someone would think it appropriate for a girl. It seems totally masculine to me.
godzillasmom  7/5/2010
I think Darwin is quite cute for a girl. It's similar to names like Bronwen and Eirwen, so it seems feminine to me. And the meaning - "dear friend" - is nice. But I don't think I would use this name, as I wouldn't want my house burnt down by angry creationists. But it could work in other countries.
― Anonymous User  8/19/2009
My son had a little girl in his class named Darwin. Wasn't the gender I expected when first hearing the name - I wouldn't recommend the name as unisex, but it obviously can be.
― Anonymous User  8/10/2009
You name your kid Darwin and they will be classified as an evolutionist.
― Anonymous User  5/7/2009
This can also be a feminine name, I have seen it on a little girl before.
emmiix3  3/14/2009
Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory in Australia.
vomiting  2/16/2009
It's an ok name, but here in England the connection with Charles Darwin is probably too strong and most people refer to him as Darwin anyway.
Luangi  1/9/2009
It's a nice name, but I always think of the chimpanzee from The Wild Thornberrys, a show which I used to watch and found very hilarious.
bananarama  9/14/2008
This actually isn't a bad name at all, even though it would probably seem like a bit of a statement to use this, especially in the US.
slight night shiver  4/21/2008
According to the Old English dictionaries I've checked, Deor means brave, wild and fierce like a wild animal - not dear.
― Anonymous User  4/21/2007

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