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Sienna or Darcie for girls name? Which is more popular?

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user1482949999 Wed 28-Dec-16 18:46:06

Sienna appears to be around 20+ in the ranking... would there be more than 1 in a class or is that unlikely?

Darcie or Sienna for a girls name?

Sugarpiehoneyeye Wed 28-Dec-16 19:30:45

I prefer Sienna. I have yet to meet one.
I do like Darcie, and know both girls and a few dogs, by this name.

MikeUniformMike Wed 28-Dec-16 19:37:17

I don't like either. They are names that have become popular because of two beautiful performers, and will sound very dated in a few years. Kylie and Shannon were very popular a couple of decades ago but I doubt that many babies are given those names now.

silkysausage Wed 28-Dec-16 19:37:58

There is one of each in my reception class!

Sophronia Wed 28-Dec-16 20:02:09

I think if you add up the popularity of the various spellings of Darcie / Darcy / Darcey it's similar in popularity to Sienna.

I'm not keen on either, and agree that they will sound dated like Kylie and Shannon do now.

Enidblyton1 Wed 28-Dec-16 20:05:40

If a name is +20 in popularity, you are fairly unlikely to have another in the class. But it's always possible.

You just never know. My DD has two girls in her class called Penny - which must be pretty unusual!

I'd go with Sienna out of the two names - purely personal preference

Pluto30 Wed 28-Dec-16 20:07:29

I think they'd be fairly equal in popularity.

I prefer Sienna by a country mile. I don't like Darcie at all.

Paddingtonthebear Wed 28-Dec-16 20:08:07

I know two Sienna's and two Darcey's. All between 3-5yrs old

Coey2016 Thu 29-Dec-16 06:48:16

I know one of each under 5. Not come across many

lastqueenofscotland Thu 29-Dec-16 11:26:16

I like sienna

Darcy is quite... Cutsie/twee even more so with your spelling

caffelatte100 Thu 29-Dec-16 22:18:27

Sienna is my fav.

Stalingrad Fri 30-Dec-16 16:07:28

The Kylie comparison is a good way of explaining what I have felt about Darcey for a long while.

They are flash in the pan, celebratory inspired names which will have a massive spike in popularity for about 5 years and then disappear again.

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