Gender Feminine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. loo-CHEHT-ta
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Meaning & History

Diminutive of Luce. Shakespeare used this name for a character in his play The Two Gentlemen of Verona (1594).

Related Names

Masculine FormLucio
Other Languages & CulturesLucia, Lucilla(Ancient Roman) Llúcia(Catalan) Lucija(Croatian) Lucie(Czech) Lucia(Danish) Luus(Dutch) Lucia, Lucinda, Lucy, Cindy, Lucile, Lucille, Lulu, Sindy(English) Lucie, Luce, Lucette, Lucile, Lucille, Lucinde(French) Lucia, Luzia(German) Luca, Lúcia(Hungarian) Lūcija(Latvian) Luus(Limburgish) Lucinda(Literature) Liucija(Lithuanian) Lucia(Norwegian) Łucja(Polish) Lúcia, Lucinda, Luzia(Portuguese) Lucia(Romanian) Liùsaidh(Scottish Gaelic) Lucia(Slovak) Lucija(Slovene) Lucía, Luz, Lucila(Spanish) Lucero(Spanish (Latin American)) Lucero(Spanish (Mexican)) Lucia(Swedish)

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Entry updated April 5, 2022