/ (luːˈsaɪnə) /
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Roman myth a title or name given to Juno as goddess of childbirth
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Word Origin for Lucina
C14: from Latin lūcīnus bringing to the light, from lūx light
Words nearby Lucina
lucifer match, luciferous, lucifugous, Lucilius, Lucille, Lucina, Lucinda, Lucite, Lucius, Lucius I, Lucius II
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How to use Lucina in a sentence
When the area of Lucina became crowded with tombs another of the same size was opened about a hundred yards off.
The first of these areas which we reach on entering the vineyard is that known as the crypt of St. Lucina.
Monson roared again, to the fright of Pedronez and Lucina, who flattened herself against the wall.
He had shiny black eyes and skin wrinkled about the mouth, and Lucina was draggled-looking.
When we were out of the inlet we could hear him yelling, and I had an idea he and Lucina took to fighting to ease up their minds.