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The singer Lucie Silvas. The fresh song "Meme Si (What You Are Made Of)", which she performs with Gregory Lemarchal, is very nice!
-- iva_toneva  5/27/2006
This is better looking than 'Lucy'.
-- Surreal  1/22/2007
Lucie Manette is a character in Charles Dicken's novel "A Tale of Two Cities."
-- Anonymous User  4/16/2007
Czech pronunciation is "Loo-tsia" (short -oo-).
Trance DJ Laydee Jane´s real name is Lucie Králová.
-- Karcoolka  6/24/2007
I absolutely adore Lucie. It is simple and elegant. And I think it ages better than Lucy and I dislike Lucia.
-- ZoeAliza  10/11/2007
Pronounced as "Loo-tsi:ye".
-- Maggie_Simpson  11/24/2007
Famous bearers:
Writers Lucie Konečná and Lucie Konášová.
Atress Lucie Laurier, born 19 March 1975, Greenfield Park, Québec, Canada.
-- Maggie_Simpson  12/19/2007
I adore Lucie as a nickname for Lucetta.
-- Wordsmith  4/15/2008
I think Lucie Manette ruined the impression for me.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2008
A famous bearer is DJ Lucca, a real name is Lucie Kvasnicová.
-- Emilie007  8/6/2008
Lucie Hornofová, model
Lucie Vondráčková, actress and singer
Lucie Kryštof, model
Lucie Melichar, model
Lucie Borhy, moderator
Lucie Chlumská, singer, actress and dancer
Lucie Černíková, actress
Lucie Kovaříková, traveller
Lucie Topolánek-Talmanová, politician
Lucie Šafářová, tennis player
Lucie Váchová, model
-- Emilie007  10/1/2008
Lucie Krausová is a fictional character from movies "Lucie, postrach ulice" and "...a zase ta Lucie!". She was played by Žaneta Fuchsová.
-- Emilie007  12/20/2008
I like this spelling much better than "Lucy." It just looks more sophisticated I think. Very pretty name.
-- meggsxx3  4/20/2009
Lucie Mysliveckova- Czech Ice Dancer.
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2010
Lucie was the main character in "The Tale Of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle" By Beatrix Potter.
-- SunnyHoney  4/30/2010
The name Lucie was given to 163 baby girls born in the US in 2012. I prefer Lucy.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
The name Lucie was pretty popular in France in the early 20th century, but became less common in the 50's and remained that way until the 90's, when it received a comeback. It has since become more popular than ever.
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013

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