Joyce
Origin/Usage
Celtic
Pronunciation
JOIS
Meaning
Of the Lord
More info about the name "Joyce"

Joyce originates in Breton and means "of the Lord". It can be used as both feminine and masculine given names, currently it is much more popular for girls in the United States. Saint Joyce was the 7th century Breton prince, hermit and son of the king of Brittany. Joyce functions as a surname as well, the famous bearer being the Irish novelist and author of Ulysses, James Joyce.

Popularity of the Name Joyce
Also Spelled Like...

Joice, Joisse, Joyse

Famous Joyces

Joyce Butler - writer
Joyce Cary - novelist
Joyce Cooling - jazz artist
Joyce DeWitt - actress
Joyce Gelb - writer
Joyce Gilbert - published author
Joyce Jace - writer
Joyce Jimenez - actress
Joyce Joe - published author
Joyce Johnson - writer
Joyce Kilmer - poet
Joyce Marshall - writer
Joyce Stevens - writer
Joyce Tang - actress
Joyce White - published author

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