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I LOVE this of my very favorites! I prefer this spelling over 'Lucian' because I think it looks more masculine.
-- Mommy2B  4/9/2006
I love this name! It's such a sophisticated sounding name. I think if I ever have a son, his name will be Lucien.
-- Yurpdod  8/26/2006
Lucien Lachance is the name of a character in Elder Scrolls: Oblivion. He is a member of the Dark Brotherhood, and a crucial part of the game.
-- Virjill  9/10/2006
Well I like the name because it is mine but it could also be for females because I am a female and have that name. Sounds cools for girls too.
-- Luciengurl92  1/1/2007
Lucien, the librarian in Dream's realm in The Sandman comics.

I like this name, I wonder what middle name would sound good with it. Also, how do you pronounce it? Loose-ien or 'Loosh-ien'? One of the characters in Sandman calls Lucien 'Loosh', but can you say it the other way?
-- vattenkvinna  7/23/2007
I think it's pronounced "loo-SYAHN". The "n" is very slight, almost silent.
-- Anonymous User  2/8/2008
Pronounced "li-SYAHN".
-- Maggie_Simpson  3/28/2008
I think both this spelling and Lucian can be pronounced either LOO-shen or LOO-see-en.
-- RedGyl  7/22/2009
Lucien Knight is the hero in Galean Foleys novel Lord of Ice and is part of the knight miscellany.
(I love this name, it's so ruggedly handsome for a guy and nice for a girl also but predominantly for a boy).
-- Hehehe  10/14/2009
Such a strong name! I love it.
-- italiannames  11/12/2009
This is a cool name! It's not an over-used name, but it's not weird sounding either. I really like it.
-- NoOrdinaryLove  2/2/2010
Lucien Bonaparte (1775-1840), younger brother of Napoleon Bonaparte.
-- CarolinW  3/23/2010
Awesome name! It suits all ages and I think the 'e' looks more pleasant than an 'a'.
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2011
The name Lucien was very popular from about 1900 to 1960 in France, after which it received a decline that lasted until the 90's. It is becoming more and more popular, making a considerable comeback.
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
This name is not supposed to be for girls. There is a feminine form, Lucienne.
-- Anonymous User  8/25/2013
Lucien Cramp is one of the main characters in The Cramp Twins.
-- Anonymous User  2/17/2015
Lucien Wolf (1857-1930) was a famous British writer.

Lucien Blake is a fictional Australian police doctor of the 1950s/60s who features in the very popular television drama series "Dr Blake Mysteries" - he's played by actor Craig McLachlan.

(Great name - I wanted to name my son this but went with a safer option instead).
-- Just Jonquil  3/9/2015

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