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The Gaelic surname Joyce/Seoige comes from the Welsh word, "sais", meaning a Saxon or English person.
-- Amatire  6/24/2005
Connotation for the name Joyce means "merry".
-- Anonymous User  4/10/2006
It is English and it means joyful. It is only meant for girls. A similiar girl's name is Joy.
-- emiliana94  8/5/2006
No, and no you are completely wrong about the origin and original gender.
-- Mackadal  1/25/2009
Disagree that it died out after the 14th century: there are plenty of examples of it in records all through the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th centuries in England.
-- Pie  11/21/2009

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