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Darwin \d(a)-rwin, dar-win\

dear friend
Darwin as a boy's name is pronounced DAR-win. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Darwin is "dear friend". Historical: Charles Darwin, 19th-century naturalist, was the first major exponent of human evolution.
Related names:
Darin, Darvin, Durwin, Darrin.
Derwin, Darwon, Darwyn, Derwynn.

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Examples of usage for darwin:

  1. And there can be no doubt Mr. Darwin intended that the change of front should escape us; for it cannot be believed that he did not perfectly well know what he had done. – Luck or Cunning? by Samuel Butler
  2. Besides, Mr. Darwin does not say point blank " we may believe," or " we ought to believe;" he only says " may we not believe?" – Luck or Cunning? by Samuel Butler
  3. Many breed with a certain success, and even rush to the top for a time in the show- yard, but it is only those described by Darwin who will finally succeed. – Cattle and Cattle-breeders by William M'Combie

Rhymes for darwin:

  1. garwin, marwin;