Lucille
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Famous bearer is Lucille Ball (from "I Love Lucy").
-- Anonymous User  10/5/2005
Little Richard sang a song titled "Lucille."
-- breakofday  12/17/2005
I cannot find any worthwhile reason of why you should name your child this other than the rather diminutive choice - after the Great Aunt. However, I prefer the name Lucelle (loo-sell). My own little creation!
-- Starla-Marie_1993  7/20/2006
I really like the name Lucille. It's a nice alternative to the growing populars Lucia and Lucy.
-- claraelizabethann  7/31/2006
The birth name of actress Joan Crawford. She was born Lucille Le Sueur.
-- Missy  1/14/2007
I love the name Lucille. Could also be Lucilla. And the nicknames could be Luce/Loose, Celia, and Lucy. However Lucille sort of reminds me of Lucifer. Which is a bad, bad thing!
-- roxhai  3/6/2007
While this is a very old name, I think it's very elegant and feminine.
-- Honeyrose  7/29/2007
A famous bearer of this name is actress Lucille Bremer (1917-1996)
-- BlueSomehow  8/7/2007
"I've got the caffeine patch! It's my invention. Each patch is the equivalent of twelve cups of coffee. You can stay awake for days with no side effects! *Screams* Sorry."
-Dr. Lucille Krunklehorn Robinson, in Disney's "Meet the Robinsons"
-- Atarah Derek  3/11/2008
This is a beautiful name. Lucille sounds like a cute young girl with a blond braid.
-- missBridget  4/14/2008
I prefer it pronounced "Loo-SILL" rather than "Loo-SEEL" - after all, in English, the "seel" sounds like "see-yul", and that's no closer to the French than "Loo-SILL". "Loo-SEEYL" sounds pretentious and impractical to me.

I think Lucille looks prettier than it sounds - I prefer the sound of Lucy/Lucie.
-- aquamarina  6/8/2008
Lucille has a nice ring to it. It sounds feminine, elegant, and fun all at the same time. I LOVE this name!
-- megan1ellen  2/15/2009
B.B. King has two guitars, both of which are named Lucille, Lucille 1 and Lucille 2. He named his guitar this because he nearly died trying to save his guitar in a burning building, and he heard that two men had died in the fire fighting over a woman named Lucille. He named his guitar Lucille to remind him never to be that stupid.
-- Dawson  12/20/2010
I think Lucille is a nice, old-fashioned, classy, feminine name. It goes fabulously with my other favorite girl names.
-- Bunko0  8/5/2011
I have liked the name since I was a kid, when I used to watch "I Love Lucy" starring Lucille Ball, aka the greatest woman who ever stood in front of a camera! She was such a strong, spirited woman whom I admire and adore her name!
-- GibsonGirl  7/6/2012
My name is Lucille and I have to say that I have always hated it. As much as I love my parents, I don't see how anyone can look into a nursery window and point to a tiny baby girl and say "LUCILLE." It boggles my mind! It sounds like a name for a 90 year old spinster aunt. As much as I've hated my name, I can't think of a cute nickname for it, so I've always been called this. I remember as a school girl, on the first day, EVERY year, the new teacher would ask us to stand up and say our names out loud and I always dreaded that day. My female classmates would recite melodic names like Linda, Debbie, Donna, Melinda, Lindsey and there I would be whispering LUCILLE, so ashamed! I attribute my low self esteem to my name, it never made me feel good or pretty or feminine or special. Just not a nice name for a girl of any age. Parents who are considering this name for their daughters ought to read this post and think again! Thanks.
-- lads929  10/7/2012
Love it. Reminds me of Lucille ball- one of my favorite actresses of all time.
My first daughter, I would most likely name, Nora Lucille. Lucille in honor of the actress.

The nickname Lucy is sooo adorable!
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/4/2014
It's strange that, though Lucy is sometimes used as a diminutive of Lucille (as in Lucille Ball's case), historically it's the other way around! (No reason that either should not be used as a full name or used as a diminutive for the other, of course -- and, of course, they are!)
-- Kosta  5/27/2015
Unfortunately, I can't see/hear this name without thinking of the Kenny Rogers' song: "You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille!" In the song, Lucille leaves her husband and four kids.
-- Anonymous User  6/17/2015

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