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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Lucy is a feminine name of Latin origin, derived from the masculine name Lucius, which means "light" or "light bringer". The name Lucy is also a family surname that was brought to England by Norman invaders in the 11th century. The name has several spelling variations, including Lucey, Luci, and Lucia, and is popular in the US, England, and Wales. The meaning and origin of the name Lucy are rooted in the Latin word "lux," which means "light". Lucy and its variants, such as Lucia, were once given to girls born at dawn. The name has been associated with various characters and notable people, such as the bossy Lucy in Peanuts, the psychedelic "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by The Beatles, and the main character Lucy Snowe in Charlotte Brontë's novel Villette.

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