Luci

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Etymology[edit]

A modern nonstandard spelling of Lucy, from Lucia, from the Latin feminine form of the Latin praenomen Lucius, from lux "light".

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Luci

  1. (rare) A female given name.
    • 2004 Arelo C. Sederberg, Dead Night on the Beat: and Other Stories, iUniverse, ISBN 0595307388, page 98:
      "Have you named your new doll?" "I shall call her Luci," Violet said. "Luci." "Why do you spell it like that?" "I didn't spell it, Mama. It's the way Luci spells her name."

Latin[edit]

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Lūcī m

  1. genitive of Lūcius
  2. vocative of Lūcius