What is Lucy?

  • (noun): Incomplete skeleton of female found in eastern Ethiopia in 1974.


Lucy is an English and French feminine given name derived from Latin masculine given name Lucius with the meaning as of light (born at dawn or daylight, maybe also shiny, or of light complexion). Alternative spellings are Luci, Luce, or Lucie. Lucy is also an American, Australian, Canadian, English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and French surname.

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Lucy (Candlebox Album)
... Lucy is the second studio album by Seattle post-grunge band Candlebox ... Lessons" received considerable airplay, and Lucy eventually achieved gold certification ... Four tracks from Lucy would be included on The Best of Candlebox in 2006 ...
D.E.B.S. (2003 Film) - Plot
... Janet (Jill Ritchie), all of whom faces off against a ruthless villain named Lucy in the Sky (Clare Kramer) ... Tibbs explaining that Lucy in the Sky was spotted entering the United States again ... Max is frustrated knowing that for some reason Lucy keeps capturing Amy and the team has to rescue her ...
Master Of The Legend Of Saint Lucy
... Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy (fl ... and depicts three scenes from the life of Saint Lucy ...
Dusty Donovan - Character History
... Dusty was criticized by Aaron's father, Holden, by Lucy Montgomery, Aaron's girlfriend and by Molly, who didn't understand what he was thinking ... Weeks later, Dusty found two guys in Metro attacking Lucy Montgomery ... He saved her life, but Lucy's father Craig wasn't so grateful after Molly said those guys were probably the same ones who wanted the money from Dusty ...

Famous quotes containing the word lucy:

    No mate, no comrade Lucy knew;
    She dwelt on a wide moor,
    MThe sweetest thing that ever grew
    Beside a human door!
    William Wordsworth (1770–1850)

    Things are just the same as they always were, only you’re the same as you were, too, so I guess things will never be the same again. Goodnight.
    Vina Delmar, U.S. novelist, playwright. Lucy (Irene Dunne)

    They were fighting tradition and change. It just wasn’t my time.
    —Autherine Lucy (b. 1929)