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darby

[ dahr-bee ]
/ ˈdɑr bi /
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noun, plural dar·bies.Building Trades.
a float having two handles, used by plasterers.
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Origin of darby

1565–75; perhaps after a proper name or Derby, England

Other definitions for darby (2 of 2)

Darby
[ dahr-bee ]
/ ˈdɑr bi /

noun
a city in SE Pennsylvania.
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British Dictionary definitions for darby

Darby
/ (ˈdɑːbɪ) /

noun
Abraham. 1677–1717, British iron manufacturer: built the first coke-fired blast furnace (1709)
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