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Of Greek origin, one of the many epithets of goddess Artemis, Lucia Artemis ("Lousia" in Greek, pronounced Luseea), from the Greek verb louo-louomai, literally means having a bath, symbolizing purity.
-- Damis  3/1/2005
Lucy comes from the Latin meaning of "light" and "light bringer". In Spanish it can be translated into Lucita and in Italian it is Lucia.
-- Anonymous User  3/30/2005
I always thought Lucy was a nickname for Lucille.
-- Anonymous User  10/5/2005
"Lucy in the sky with diamonds" is a famous Beatles song.
-- ml1muse  10/20/2005
Lucy is also the name of the youngest girl in the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C S Lewis. She is the one who discovers the wardrobe and is also given the power to heal.
-- Emma2323  12/10/2005
Lucy Pevensie, as mentioned before, IS the primary heroine of 'The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,' but she is also in 'Prince Caspian,' 'The Voyage of the *Dawn Treader*,' 'The Horse and His Boy,' and 'The Last Battle.' C.S. Lewis dedicated 'The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe' to a girl he knew whose name was Lucy.
-- Eruanna_Meldiriel  5/26/2008
Lucy is also one of Charles Schultz Peanuts children.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2005
Lucy was Lucille Ball's character in "I Love Lucy."
-- breakofday  12/17/2005
My name is Lucy and I absolutely LOVE my name. The meaning behind it is wonderful. To me "light bringer" means to bring happiness, love, cheer, life and truth. Every now and then I have been asked if my full name was Lucille, but it is not. However, I do like the I Love Lucy show. : )
-- lucy_althea  2/2/2006
Pretty, cute and dainty. Nothing special, but yeah. I like it more because it either reminds me of Lucille Ball's hilarious, screwball and perky character in "I Love Lucy" or of the innocent, loving, yet intuitive young Lucy Pevensie from "The Chronicles of Narnia."
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2006
I just love this name. I can picture a young girl with this name and would expect her to have a colorful personality and be very kind and caring.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
Sweet and pretty.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2006
Nice enough name, but whenever I see it, I think of that annoying girl from 7th Heaven. Anyway, I prefer the spelling Lucie. No offense to anyone with this name; this is just my humble opinion.
-- websurfer  5/8/2006
I think Lucy is such a cute, sweet and inspiring name! It had always reminded me of Lucy Pevensie as well. :-)
-- Anonymous User  5/14/2006
Lucy is a pretty name and I think it suits people of all ages. It's a fairly common name, but not the most popular name in the world. Certainly not as common as it was in the past. It's a name that you know, but you don't hear too often.
-- FairyGirl  6/9/2006
This is one of my middle names and I think it is very pretty and is fairly common. But I always think of a Lucy as a curly and blonde haired girl with big blue eyes who is a spoilt brat, and who gets her dad to buy her everything so I wouldn't use it as that picture is rather negative.
-- Anonymous User  7/5/2006
This is one of my middle names and although I think it is quite plain on its own it is a good name to use to link one or two together. I say that it is plain because it is simple and isn't particularly exciting - I think it suits a young child far more than an adult.
-- seethisworld  8/9/2006
Lucy is my name. And I rather like it. Although it is a shortened version of Luangi, which is my real name.
-- Luangi  8/11/2006
Lucy is the name of one of the main characters in the astoundingly gorey anime 'Elfen Lied'. Wikipedia search it if you want to know more -- I haven't seen enough of it to elaborate. x);
-- Virjill  9/10/2006
Lucy was very popular from 1880 to 1910 and began to drop in popularity. Its usage is just starting to increase again today.
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2006
Lucy is an awesome name for a girl. Very pretty and easy to grow up with.
-- Anonymous User  10/30/2006
Lucy Westenra is a character in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. She was a friend of Mina and one of Dracula's first victims. I think it's a cute name for a redhead, although that could be because in the 1992 film Lucy was a redhead.
-- SerasVictoria  11/15/2006
There WAS a character in Bram Stoker's "Dracula" named Lucy Westenra, but her name is commonly thought to be short for Lucille or just Lucy, but it is in fact, Lucinda.
-- Brenda-Licious  11/25/2006
Lucy Parsons, also known as Lucy Gonzales, was a famous bearer of this name. Parsons is a well-known and respected African American/Native American/Mexican feminist and anarchist.
-- Akua Topaz  11/29/2006
Lucy Snowe is the main character in Charlotte Bronte's beautiful novel 'Villette'.
-- Surreal  12/5/2006
Saint Lucy is the patron saint of those with eye problems.
-- Missy  1/14/2007
I like this name so much, I think it's so cute!
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2007
My year in school is FULL of Lucys. There are about ten in total. So one in each of the six forms we have. I'm sort of glad now my name is Luangi.
-- Luangi  4/12/2007
In the play Jekyll and Hyde there is the prostitute that Edward Hyde sleeps with. She falls in love with Henry Jekyll but Hyde is in love with her. I love this play even though she dies in the end.
-- blackitten14  4/12/2007
A sweet name for a girl. Would sound nice as a combo - Lucy Jane.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2007
Lucy can be a nickname for any name starting with "Luc-" (e. G. Lucille, Lucinda, Lucretia, Lucasta, etc.)
-- TheLastMontague  5/2/2007
I love this name, it fits a little girl perfectly but it's still an ancient name that suits an older woman. It's not very popular in America these days but it's crazy common in the UK.
-- Anonymous User  6/9/2007
Dakota Fanning plays Lucy Diamond Dawson in the movie I Am Sam.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2007
I adore the name Lucy. It's feminine and fun. It's also a great nickname for Lucinda, Lucina, Luciana, Lucia, or Lucasta.
-- Calla Rose  7/6/2007
My first name is not Lucy, it's my middle name - but I have always been called by Lucy. I love it, the meaning is wonderful. It's also Ancient Roman (being based on Lucius, which is another reason I love it, as my surname is the name of the first Roman standard bearer in England. I love my Ancient Roman name!
-- LuciferTresgothick  7/12/2007
Call me crazy, but I adore the name Lucy! Though Lucia is a better name, still I like the name Lucy.
-- aquaspirit96  9/20/2007
This name was famously given to the fossilized remains of a member of Australopithecus afarensis, an extinct hominid. The partial skeleton was unearthed in 1974 and nearly everyone who has taken high school biology or anthropology since then should be familiar with this connection.
-- overt  9/26/2007
Lucy is the name of one of the main characters in Julie Taymore's movie Across the Universe (2007).
-- sharonrenee  9/30/2007
Hate this name. So blah and boring it's sickening.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2007
Miss Lucy Steele, in Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, is a not-so-favorable character.
-- Anonymous User  11/26/2007
In the Harry Potter series, Percy Weasley eventually has two daughters with a woman named Audrey, to be named Molly and Lucy.
-- rory  12/31/2007
I love this name! It makes me think of Bram Stoker's Dracula. There was a character named Lucy in the movie version that came out in 1992. The actress Sadie Frost played the part of Lucy. The name sounds very Victorian to me. It's such a nice name in my opinion. Hopefully, it doesn't become too popular here in the United States. I hate when a name becomes too popular.
-- Coffeebean  1/13/2008
Lucy is a common but pretty name. You can never be too old or too young for it.
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2008
I like Lucy as well. Just a note, but Lucille is a familiar form of Lucy, not the other way around. Also, Lucy Westenra of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula is not short for Lucinda. In fact, Lucinda, like Lucille, is a familiar form of Lucy. The character's name is Lucy and the name Lucinda is not mentioned anywhere in the novel.
-- faye  4/13/2008
One of the world's first set of sextuplets are born in Chicago, Illinois. (There were reported but unverified earlier births of sextuplets being born in U.S. on December 30, 1831, in Italy in 1844 and in Maine in 1847) The Bushnell family delivers six babies, three boys, Alberto, Laberto and Norberto, and three girls, Alice Elizabeth, Alincia, and Lucy. Laberto and Lucy die at birth but we believe the other four babies survived the birth. Alinica reportedly survives to age 85, dying on March 27, 1952 in Warsaw, New York. We've also seen a Guinness Book reference that claimed all six sextuplets survived at least two months.
-- Patricia Underwood  5/28/2008
Lucy SAxon (A.K.A the Master's wife) from Doctor Who.
-- bluebox93  5/30/2008
I like the name Lucy so much I adopted it as my new name! It's such a likeable name with a lot of history, I've always felt an affinity with it. It has a bright and bouncy sound, a lovely meaning and everybody can spell it and say it right!
-- aquamarina  6/8/2008
I have to say that I find the name rather bland and unimaginative, but that's just my opinion.
-- GarbageGuy  7/4/2008
I tend to relate this name to the Beatles' song, 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds', which is very lovely. I love this name, it's short and sweet.
-- penelopepitstop  8/15/2008
I will always associate Lucy with Across the Universe/"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." I think this is one of few names that have been around for a really long time, but haven't gone out of style.
-- erb816  8/24/2008
Lucy Stone was a suffragist and abolitionist in the 1800s. She was the first recorded woman in America to keep her maiden name after marrying, and the first woman in Mass. to earn a college degree.

She's one of my heroes because she had the courage to stand up for what she believed in and did what she thought was right, even if it would cause trouble for herself. I'd name a daughter after her.
-- Anonymous User  10/22/2008
"Lucy Gray, or Solitude" is a poem by William Wordsworth. It's a sad story of a solitary girl who seems connected with nature, and gets lost and dies in a snowstorm. Google it.
-- fishl_x  10/23/2008
Lucy Hutchinson (1620–81), daughter of Sir Allen Apsley and wife of Colonel Hutchinson (whose biography she wrote), was a courageous heroine of the English Civil War as well as a writer and translator.
-- Jonquil  10/26/2008
I go by Lusie (I might add that I prefer my spelling) and, as someone entering the "adult world", don't have any problems with it - it's short, simple, and fun. I think it will serve be wonderfully, but then, I don't have any corporate aspirations. I really think Lusie/Lucy/whatever is better suited as a middle name that can be used if the bearer chooses - it takes a certain personality and set of goals to pull it off past childhood and not make it childish or frumpy.
-- MessOfADreamer  1/16/2009
My name is Lucy and I love it. To me its pretty and elegant.
-- L0ck3t  1/19/2009
"The Lucy poems" is the title given to a series of poems by William Wordsworth. They were written to a woman of this name. No one is sure if Lucy was a real woman or a fictional character. One of the more famous of the poems is "She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways."
-- britto08  1/23/2009
Lucy Szabo is the solemn, contemplative protagonist of Pete Hautman's novel "Sweetblood".
-- EmilyOlive  1/28/2009
Lucy is the female protagonist in the Beatles-inspired movie "Across The Universe". She is most likely named for the classic Beatles song, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds."
-- emmiix3  3/19/2009
I love this name! Though my name is Ludmila, my short name is Lucja, and I love when they sometimes call me Lucy.
-- ludmila  3/30/2009
Lucy is a really sweet name! It would be a perfect middle name for many different names. :DD
-- Anonymous User  5/30/2009
In Latin, Lucy can be translated as the word light.
-- Anonymous User  8/30/2009
Sweet, pretty name that is feminine and yet also somehow seems quite sensible and trustworthy. I can easily imagine someone called Lucy being a cute little girl and also an adult doing serious work in genetics or something.
-- SandSea  2/5/2010
Ugly and Lucia is way better!
-- Anonymous User  3/17/2010
Lucy Camden-Kinkirk is a character from the popular TV show "7th Heaven" (1996-2007), played by Beverley Mitchell.
-- Jesussaves7193  4/18/2010
St. Lucy Filippini is the patron saint of the Maestre Pie Filippini, a religious order dedicated to teaching girls, especially in underprivileged countries, although there are several schools in prosperous countries, with the goal being to inspire others to use their education to help the poor and defenseless.
-- KGScully  9/19/2010
Cute, I would call my child Lucy.
-- Chloe98  11/13/2010
I love this name, it's so cute yet ages well.
-- Chrila96  11/16/2010
"Lucy" is a song on the 1990 album The Good Son by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.
-- lonka  12/5/2010
I don't know one Lucy. I think this name is adorable, but mature, and very timeless. I will seriously consider this name with the given name as Luciana/Lucianna.
-- Dawson  12/26/2010
Derived from the Latin word "Lux" meaning "light".
-- writer371  3/28/2011
Reminds me of I Love Lucy! Gotta love that show! :P
-- Joy12  5/3/2011
No offence, but I find this name a bit sickening. It has too much of a goody-goody feel to it.
-- Hushpuppy  5/7/2011
Survivor's Boston Rob has a daughter Named Lucy. It was mentioned on Survivor.
-- writer371  5/15/2011
Lucy Hannah (16 July 1875 - 21 March 1993) was an American supercentenarian. Hannah is the 3rd oldest verified person ever, as well as the oldest black person ever.
-- AndrewJKD  6/23/2011
I quite like this name; it is usable for all ages I believe, and is quite overtly sweet-sounding, but also sounds grown-up at the same time. :-)
-- walesgal92  6/29/2011
My favorite girl's name!

It's girly, literary, and spunky. I love how sweet and simple is. It's common but not the trendy kind of common, like Emma or Ava. It's common as in people of all different ages have this name. I doubt there would be another Lucy in her class.
-- LittleSamGirl  8/3/2011
Lucy Hale from Pretty Little Liars bears this name but it is just a stage name, her real name Karen Lucille Hale.
-- ebenezer_scrouge  9/19/2011
Can also be spelled Luci.
-- lakin5  10/17/2011
I like the name Lucy.
It's nice, yet mature, and in a way, it's actually quite formal!
You can't go wrong with this name.
-- RazzleDazzle005  11/27/2011
I love the name Lucy since it's my mother's name. The name fits her perfectly since it's a nice, pretty and sweet name like her.
-- Divalicious  12/2/2011
I've always been fond of the name Lucy. I love the meaning 'light'. We are planning to add a new Westie and will name her Lucee. I think it will be a great twist on this name and I think our Lucee will bring much light to our home.
-- Melischief  2/8/2012
Lucy Hale is an American actress and singer. She was born June 14, 1989 in Memphis, Tennessee.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2012
There are many different names for Lucy. (Lucinda, Lucia, Lucille, Lusine, etc.) I don't know which is my favorite! :) When I think of Lucy, I think of pretty pink dresses and romance.
-- foreverslowly  7/2/2012
American actress Lucy Loken (born 1999 in Burbank, California).
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2012
Lucy Westenra from Dracula. Great and tragic character from a wonderful and classic novel.
-- Anonymous User  9/5/2012
I love the name Lucy, it always makes me think of the odd, but in my opinion quirky and beautiful song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. My only problem with it is that it's now a little too common.
-- skybluecandle  10/4/2012
This is my real name. I like it fine (and everyone I've met really likes it), but the I Love Lucy/Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds jokes get old after a while. Also, I've met more dogs than people with my name.
-- mymymetrocard  2/24/2013
Actress Lucy Liu is a famous bearer.
-- Erme Ioainna  7/9/2013
Lucy Clarsen is a character from the TV show Les Revenants, played by Ana Girardot. I didn't really like her that much, so I don't like this name.
-- AnastasiaE  8/27/2013
Lucy is one of the protagonists of the webcomic Bittersweet Candy Bowl.
-- Lusiana  9/14/2013
I love this name! It's my daughter's name. Well actually her full name is Lucina, like Luci-na. But she also goes by Luci. She loves both names, and there isn't anyone else in school with her name. But has never been picked on for it either. I love the bringer of light meaning. And to top it all off Lucille was my favorite Grandmother's middle name, so she's kinda named after her.
-- mommystar79  9/16/2013
This is my daughters name and it fits her perfectly! When she was born everyone loved the name not too popular and still a classic old fashion name that will grow with her and is also cute and fun and so adorable just like her:-)
-- Carrielwilson  4/6/2014
I think Lucy is pretty much the perfect girl's name! It is short and sweet, but not at all boring. It's feminine and pretty but a little bit quirky too. I just love this name, if you can't tell ;)
-- hattie98  4/13/2014
I have a love and hate relationship with Lucy. For example, when I think of Lucy I am reminded of the name Lucifer and how they share the same beginning and meaning. Also, there's a tv show called Lucy about satan's daughter. But at the same time I love the sound of it and it's just so classy to me. Also, it's filled with history of a saint named Lucy, around during the BC era. I don't know many names with that history and I can't forget I love Lucy but most likely I'll use the male version Lucian or I'll just use it as a middle name.
-- 555jazzy  7/3/2014
This name is kind of annoying, I don't know why, but it reminds me of a spoilt little girl who wants to be treated to everything.
-- Anonymous User  7/6/2014
I like how it's associated with Lucy Pevensie as The Chronicles of Narnia series is cool. Lucy sounds sweet, girly and pretty. :)
-- LoveHeartKawaii  7/30/2014
I love this name, but something to be aware of: Lucy has been on lists of the most popular pet names for the last few years now (pet names as in animal names, not pet names as in nicknames).
-- Marauder  8/30/2014

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