Darrow is a boy’s given name and surname of Scottish origin. It may have originated as a habitational surname for people who lived near Darroch in Stirlingshire, Scotland. Darroch itself mostly likely derives from the Scottish Gaelic word darach, meaning “oak.” With this meaning to inspire them, baby is sure to remain strong and steadfast as they grow from an acorn into a majestic oak tree! A famous bearer of this name was American defense lawyer Clarence Darrow, one of the country’s most prominent attorneys in the early 20th century.
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