Lucie meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin, Czech, English and French
Usage: English, French, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Light, Illumination, Form of Lucille, The Bright, Born At Daybreak, Daylight Babies and Shining
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Meaning of Lucie is Light, Illumination, Form of Lucille, The Bright, Born At Daybreak, Daylight Babies or Shining is used as a baby girl name which is particulary used in Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Greenlandic, French, English and Danish has origin in English, French, Czech and Latin. Lucie is version of lofty and all time favorite Lucia. Lucia is variant form of pious, illustrous and eternal Lucy. Lucia is an effeminate variant of Lucius. Lucia is form of Lucie in Italian language. Lucia's meaning is The Bright, Shining and The Light of India is originated from Latin. Lucie is variant form of pious, long standing and eminent Lucy. Lucy is a variation of admired and evergreen Lucie. Lucy is short version of Lucia. Lucy is equivalent of Lucie in English language. Lucy's meaning is Bright Born At Daybreak, Daylight Babies and Illumination came from Latin. Lucie is celebrated on December 13th.

Variants of Lucie

Lucia, Lucilla, Lucianus, Lucius, Lucy, Lleucu, Lucette, Lou, Lucymarie, Luci, Luciana

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Names that rhyme with Lucie

Popularity of Lucie

Lucie was among the popular names in France. Since emerging in 1900 around 203156 babies have been given the given name. When at its peak in 2005, the moniker grabbed the 10th spot and 4267 baby girls were given the name. However after 132 years, the name is on free fall on the charts but still dominating the charts. Moreover, the moniker has been to the top 10 baby names 1 times Lucie is a common name in United States given to over 6575 babies in 139 years. Recently the moniker is on a rise, in 1880, it ranked 333rd when 166 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Additionally, the given name has been in Also, Lucie is common in England and Wales where over 5411 new-borns have been given the name since 1996. At the peak of its usage in 2010, 471 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 121st position. Also, Lucie used to be a common name in Belgium, first appeared in 1995 and over 6397 babies have been given the name in 24 years. At its zenith in 2013,. However after 24 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still in a strong position.

Lucie is a familiar baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 100 names. In 2005, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 63 on girl names chart when 95 babies were given the name Lucie. Over 1573 babies in Switzerland have been named Lucie. The given name is a unique baby name in Ireland, it has been in use since 1980 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 2010, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 164 on girl names chart when 38 babies were named Lucie. There are over 258 babies that have been given the name Lucie in Ireland. Also, in Netherlands, in just 4 years, it has made it to the top 300 names. Recently in 2019, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 287 on girl names chart when 48 babies were named Lucie. Over 151 people have been named Lucie in Netherlands.

However things change on global perspective, Lucie is extremely popular in DR Congo where every 1 in 600 have the name as well as in Czech Republic. Also the baby name is popular in Madagascar, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, Central African Republic, Rwanda, Germany, England, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Benin and Ivory Coast. At least, 500000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.

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Lucie in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Lucie?

You are a smart person who knows how to rise above everything that makes you feel miserable. There's nothing that you cannot achieve if you focus on it. You are the peacemaker in your society. You often experience that you lack motivation. You get easily disappointed by others because you expect too much. You should avoid treating other people like you are better than them. You are all about adventure, excitement, entertainment, change, and breaking the habit.

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  •  Martell - The popular unisex name Martell is originated from English and Latin, Martell means "From the God Mars and Warring". Martell is a derivative of Martin.
  •  Francesca - Meaning of Francesca is Free Condition or Little Frenchman is originated from Italian and Latin used predominantly in Italian is bestowed upon both boys and girls
  •  Pavle - Used specifically in Serbo-Croatian and Slavic unheard-of, Pavle is rooted from Latin, Pavle means "The Small or The Humble" is used for boys
  •  Julius - Meaning of Julius is Dedicated to Jupiter, Illustrious Roman Family or Soft Bearded came from Latin and Greek bestowed upon both sexes is used in Danish, Swedish and Latin
  •  Viena - Unusual Viena is used majorly in Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian, Viena means "From Wine Country and From Vienna" used for baby girls has origin in Latin. Viena is derivative of Vienna.
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Namesakes of Lucie

    Lucie Aubrac, French history teacher and member of the French Resistance during World War II
  • Lucie Zelenková, triathlete from the Czech Republic
  • Lucie Škrobáková, Czech athlete
  • Lucie Péré-Pucheu,
  • Lucie Blackman,
  • Lucie Delarue-Mardrus, French journalist, poet, novelist, sculptor
  • Lucie Brock-Broido, American author of four collections of poetry
  • Lucie Talmanová, Czech politician
  • Lucie Balthazar, Canadian former handball player
  • Lucie Lamoureux-Bruneau, philanthropist and a City Councillor in Montreal
  • Lucie Arnaz, American actress, singer and producer
  • Lucie Pépin, Canadian nurse and former politician
  • Lucie Silvas, British singer-songwriter
  • Lucie Šafářová, Czech professional tennis player from Brno
  • Lucie Blue Tremblay, Canadian folk singer-songwriter
  • Lucie Rie, Austrian-born British studio potter
  • Lucie Bílá, Czech pop singer
  • Lucie Mannheim, German singer and actress
  • Lucie Décosse, retired female French judoka
  • Lucie Myslivečková, Czech and Slovak former competitive ice dancer
  • Lucie Edwards, Canadian diplomat,
  • Lucie Krausová, Czech former competitive figure skater
  • Lucie Leblanc, politician from Quebec, Canada
  • Lucie Charlebois, Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Soulanges and Minister for Rehabilitation
  • Lucie Cave, Editor
  • Lucie Salhany, American media executive of Jordanian and Lebanese heritage
  • Lucie Hradecká, tennis player from the Czech Republic
  • Lucienne Papon in Green Lantern as Producer
  • Lucie Nunvarova in Big Rack Attack as Actress
  • Lucie Kaye in Jim Hanvey, Detective as Actress
  • Lucie Dolène in Tintin et le temple du soleil as Actress
  • Lucie Haluzik in The Slave Huntress as Actress
  • Lucienne Bruinooge in The Secrets of Love as Actress
  • Lucie Boujenah in Babylone as Actress
  • Lucie Kachtikova in EuroTrip as Actress
  • Lucie Peltier in Un bébé as Actress
  • Lucie Albertini is credited as writer of movie Five and the Skin
  • In 1957, Lucie Englisch played the role of Rosa von Zeller in comedy, music flick Tante Wanda aus Uganda.
  • In 1917, Lucie Labass characterized the role of Juli and Juliette In movie A föld rabjai.
  • In 1986 drama film, Anne Trister, Lucie Laurier characterized Sarah.
  • Lucie Mitchell, from 1952 biography, drama flick La petite Aurore l'enfant martyre, who portrayed Marie-Louise.
  • Lucie Singeling characterized vital character of Saskia van Uylenburgh in 1977 drama movie Rembrandt fecit 1669.
  • Lucie Svobodová, from 1990 movie Houpacka, who portrayed the Barbora.
  • Lucie Zednícková portrayed the leading character of Helena in 2003 adventure and drama film Das siebte Foto.
  • Lucie Zulová portrayed critical character of Jana in 1967 drama movie Pet holek na krku.
  • In 2001 drama flick, Martha... Martha, Lucie Régnier played Lise.
  • In 1915 comedy film, Charley, der Wunderaffe, Lucie Sonnenthal portrayed N.
  • In 2011, Lucie Steflová portrayed the role of N in crime and drama film Vendeta.
  • Lucie Friedrich, from 1921 film Klub der Einäugigen, who characterized N.

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