Which name do you like best?

I've been working on a story and it has come time to name a major character. It's a male in 19th century England. I've decided on the surname, Reve (meaning dream), but no first name. It's gotta mean something special, as the character is a little misleading. Which do you like best and why?

Gwynn (beautiful)
Cavan (handsome)
Frederick (dark)
Keene (dark)
Cary (dark)
Cronan (little dark one)
Darcy (dark)
Donald (dark stranger)

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Oshsee
I would choose Cary.
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miss.smol.bean
Darcy sounds like an evil name tbh
on October 22, 2014
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Ravenclaw3243
on October 11, 2014
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Greekfrombirthandamobianatheart
Cronan , it has a certain aura to it
on October 11, 2014
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Fearless
Gwynn
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Elleyd
Cronan definitely. Don't do Darcy at all costs though.
BalletBear
Why not?
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Elleyd
Just my suggestion.
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on October 11, 2014
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BalletBear
Doesn't mean I can't still use it. I'll see what everyone else thinks,
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Elleyd
Pride and Prejudice, my dear.
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RoseHeart
Nathaniel perfect 19th century guy's name but out of those Darcy
BalletBear
I chose those names in particular due to their meaning.
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