Darcy meaning

där'sē'
A unit used to measure the permeability of porous substances such as soil, equal to the passage of 1 cubic centimeter of fluid having a viscosity of 1 centipoise for 1 second under the pressure of 1 atmosphere through a medium having a volume of 1 cubic centimeter.
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A unit used to measure the permeability of porous substances such as soil. One darcy is equal to the passage of 1 cubic centimeter of fluid having a viscosity of 1 centipoise for 1 second under the pressure of 1 atmosphere through a medium having a volume of 1 cubic centimeter.
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A Norman baronial surname​ from a place d'Arcy in Northern France.
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A male given name, transferred from the surname.
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A female given name of mostly American usage since the mid-twentieth century.
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Origin of darcy

After Henry Philibert Gaspard Darcy