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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. loo-SIN-də(English)
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Meaning & History

An elaboration of LUCIA created by Cervantes for his novel Don Quixote (1605). It was subsequently used by Molière in his play The Doctor in Spite of Himself (1666).

Related Names

VariantsLucia(English) Lúcia, Luzia(Portuguese)
DiminutivesCindy, Sindy(English)
Masculine FormsLucius(English) Lúcio(Portuguese)
Other Languages & CulturesLucia, Lucilla(Ancient Roman) Llúcia(Catalan) Lucija(Croatian) Lucie(Czech) Lucia(Danish) Luus(Dutch) Lucie, Luce, Lucette, Lucile, Lucille, Lucinde(French) Lucia, Luzia(German) Luca, Lúcia(Hungarian) Luce, Lucia, Lucetta, Lucilla(Italian) Lūcija(Latvian) Luus(Limburgish) Liucija(Lithuanian) Lucia(Norwegian) Łucja(Polish) Lucia(Romanian) Liùsaidh(Scottish) Lucia(Slovak) Lucija(Slovene) Lucía, Luz, Lucila(Spanish) Lucia(Swedish)


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