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No. Definitely not.
I would say no, as it's not technically a proper noun, more of an adjective.If I saw 'darling' used as you describe capitalised in a book it would look odd to me.
If you are referring to someone as something do you use a capital letter?For example if you were calling someone darling?'will you step over there please, darling?'Would the darling be '*D*arling'?I just need to check please!
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