Lucy
Origin/Usage
Latin
Pronunciation
LOO-see
Meaning
Light of the day
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Lucy originates in Latin language and means "light of the day". It is ultimately derived from Lucia, the feminine form of Lucius. Lucy has always been one of the most popular feminine given names in the English-speaking countries and in variant spelling all over the world. Saint Lucy, or Lucia, was the 3rd century Christian martyr and patron saint of the blind. More recently, the famous bearer is the American actress Lucy Liu.

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Famous Lucies

Lucy Liu - actress
Lucy Brown - English artist
Lucy Larcom - poet
Lucy Woodward - musician
Lucy Meo - writer
Lucy Gordon - actress
Lucy Ball - actress
Lucy Frost - writer
Lucy Lawless - actress
Lucy Maud Montgomery - writer
Lucy Perkins - published author
Lucy Davis - actress
Lucy Hale - actress
Lucy Aikin - writer

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