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  • (noun): United States film actor who appeared in many films with Katharine Hepburn (1900-1967).
    Synonyms: Spencer Tracy

Tracy

Tracy (also spelled Tracey or Traci or Trasci) is originally a British personal name, that refers to the family de Tracy or de Trasci from Tracy-Bocage in Normandy, France. There are several places called Tracy in Northern France and there are themselves a combination of the Gaulish male 's name Draccios or Latin Thracius and the well identified Celtic suffix -āko (place, property).

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Tracy, New Brunswick
... Tracy (2011 pop. 611) is a Canadian village in Sunbury County, New Brunswick at Route 101 and the Eastern Terminus of Route 645 ...

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