[ loo-shuh, -shee-uh, -see-uh ]


  1. a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “light.”

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Example Sentences

In one study Lucia compared world class Spanish runners with Eritreans.

When contacted in October 2020, Lucia said, “I have not met a special someone yet.”

Lucia said she suggested they go to the bar, but he didn’t respond.

Lucia and Andy were first featured in Date Lab in September 2019.

“All members of the Court and the public announce the untimely death of Lucia Aielli,” the announcement said.

A decaying statue of St. Lucia, patron saint of the blind, holds a platter with two eyes.

Judging by the political interest and growing momentum, Lucia and her colleagues at Rosemount know this is a breakthrough moment.

Lucia, who was called Lulu, especially loved “Art Afternoons” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Lucia and Leo Krim were allegedly stabbed to death with a kitchen knife by their nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, 50, on Thursday afternoon.

You see, I'd always thought of him as the boy whom Great-aunt Lucia described having seen.

A time-study was taken from the work of a very deft young Polish girl, and from Lucia.

She doesn't seem to remember anything about it and hums a little stanza from Santa Lucia.

Lucia cannot attend to the movements of her arytenoid cartilages while pouring out the trills and runs of her Mad Scene.

About 1840 he was offered the governorship of St. Lucia, but his love for his native island caused him to decline the offer.





lucha libreLucia di Lammermoor