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I thought that it was a variation of Lucia.
Dahlis  1/17/2006
I don't think that it is from "American" at all. This name is from the word "moon". I don't see any resemblance to Lucine and moon. It's most likely from Latin (Luna) or at least French (Lune).
Aendre  4/24/2006
Do you mean it does not seem "Armenian"? I agree, it probably was a variant of Luna. A very, very pretty name.
websurfer  5/8/2006
Um, well, I'm 1/2 Armenian and I can tell you for a fact that Lucine IS the Armenian word for "moon" or "moonlight". I believe the two are very similar sounding.
Amanda Joy  7/16/2006
I think this name is beautiful. I like it better than Lucille (the two sounding very similar, though Lucille is more common).
― Anonymous User  5/24/2008
This name is so cool.
― Anonymous User  12/12/2008
Great name! :)
walesgal92  10/18/2009
Lucine is also the French form for Lucina (the name of the Roman goddess).
Lucille  6/10/2010
Very uncommon, moreso than something like Lucille. And if a a bearer doesn't like it, they could easily go by Lucy! It's definitely a good name choice.
xsai  5/21/2011
It may not be popular in the USA but in Armenia Lucine/Lusine is a common name. In 2010 it ranked at #21 and is common among older people as well.
― Anonymous User  9/22/2012
It's definitely Armenian and it definitely means moon. And it's pronounced loo-seen-eh, not loo-seen.
MadamRosmerta  8/2/2016

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