[loo-shuh, -shee-uh, -see-uh]
- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “light.”
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Examples from the Web for lucia
“All members of the Court and the public announce the untimely death of Lucia Aielli,” the announcement said.Days of Mafia Mayhem Are Wracking Italy Once Again
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November 22, 2014
Judging by the political interest and growing momentum, Lucia and her colleagues at Rosemount know this is a breakthrough moment.All Kids Want a Head Start
February 13, 2014
Lucia, who was called Lulu, especially loved “Art Afternoons” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Pictures Drawn by Slain Children Underline Need for Gun Control
January 17, 2013
Lucia and Leo Krim were allegedly stabbed to death with a kitchen knife by their nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, 50, on Thursday afternoon.
At nearby PS 87, where Lucia, the oldest girl, went to school, school officials declined to comment.
He listened to solos from Lucia, which Mabel sang at Jane's suggestion.Quaint Courtships
Often she had scanned Lucia's scrawled programs for the names there.
There were times, Maria felt furiously, when she hated Lucia.
Julietta was nineteen and now that Lucia was betrothed it was Julietta's turn.
"She will have to—to repair the expense," flashed Lucia with a shrill laugh.
Word Origin and History for lucia
fem. proper name; see Lucy.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper