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Origin: South Africa
Region Origin: Southern Africa

The name Tracey is derived from the Gaelic surname Ó Treasaigh, meaning "a descendant of Treasach," a personal name that translates to "warlike" or "fierce". The name is also associated with the Irish word "treise," which means "power" or "strength". Tracey is a gender-neutral name, but it is more commonly used as a feminine name. The name's origin can be traced back to both Irish and English roots, with some instances of the surname Tracey found in Devon, England, and others in Ireland, where they were Lords of Barnstaple.

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