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Singer Jaci Velasquez bears this name.
Tbird  7/29/2005
Also could be a nickname for the name Jacinda or phonetic spelling of the initials J. C. Also spelled Jacee, Jacey, Jacie, Jasee, Jasey.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2006
According to this site Jaci is not a Native American name:
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WhitePhantom  9/3/2007
Jaci is really a Native American name. It came from Tupi "îá sy", and it's the name of the Tupi moon goddess.
samarinezz  2/8/2008
First of all, the Tupi language's background is rather complex. To sum it up briefly, it is a name for the group of similar languages that the Indians in Brazil use. The most common of these languages is Old Tupi, more commonly known as Nheengatu or the "fine language", spoken in the Rio Negro region.

Secondly, in the U.S.A and in the U.K., Jaci is either a nickname for Jacintha, Jacinda, or Jaclyn. Though I do have to admit the meaning for the Tupi word is pretty.
Reina Vered  6/3/2008
My name is Jaclyn so I spell Jackie like Jaci. It doesn't look as harsh as Jackie but unfortunately I get a lot of Jay-cee pronunciations. It's annoying but I'm not changing the spelling.
JaciGia  8/9/2011
Alternatively, the name bestowed by two former hippies turned pillars of society, named Jack and Cieli, on their daughter (Ja + Ci = Jaci). Pronounced "jay-cee," not "jacky," though the accent is on the a.
pkelly80  1/27/2014
I like this name because my little sister is named this and I've literally met no other Jaci's. I also like it because it rhymes with popular named like Macey and Lacey and Gracie and names that end with a prominent "e' sound.
thatgirl_jada  3/8/2016
It seems also another nickname for Jason, like the short form Jace.
Jake Fax  7/6/2016
Jaci is the ancient goddess of the moon in the Tupi-Guarani mythology.
― Anonymous User  6/23/2017

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