Lucrezia or Lucrecia may refer to:

  • Lucrezia (given name): an Italian name, feminine of the Roman name Lucretius. The etymological origin of the name is debatable, but is thought to come from the Latin lucrum, meaning "profit, wealth". Other sources believe it may be of Etruscan origin, though its original meaning has been lost.


  • Lucrezia (singer), female Italian singer
  • Lucrecia (singer), female Cuban singer
  • Lucrezia Aguiari, Italian coloratura soprano
  • Lucrezia Borgia (1480–1519), the daughter of Rodrigo Borgia, who became Pope Alexander VI
  • Lucrezia Bori, Spanish opera singer
  • Lucrecia Crescent, minor character in the video game Final Fantasy VII
  • Lucrezia d'Alagno (1430–1479), close acquaintance of Alfonso V of Naples
  • Several women named Lucrezia de' Medici
  • Lucrécia Jardim (born 1971), Portuguese athlete
  • Lucrecia Kasilag (1917–2008), Filipino composer
  • Lucrecia Martel (born 1966), Argentinian film director
  • Lucrezia Noin, character from the anime Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
  • Lucrezia Smith, character in Virginia Woolf's 1925 novel Mrs Dalloway
  • Lucrezia Tornabuoni, Italian poet
  • The sound of Lucrecia, Colombian producer and singer


  • Lucrezia Borgia (opera), opera by Gaetano Donizetti.
  • Lucrezia Borgia was the name Buffalo Bill gave to his gun.

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... Lucrezia was the wife of Count Gian Piero Landriani, a courtier at the ducal court and a close friend of Galeazzo Maria Sforza (24 January 1444- 26 ... Lucrezia was born in Milan around 1440 nothing further, however, is known of her early years, or her parentage ... A contemporary portrait of Lucrezia painted by Domenico Veneziano, shows her to have been quite beautiful, with blonde hair, blue eyes, a high forehead, and fine features ...
Lucrezia Tornabuoni - In Culture
... Lucrezia also wrote sonnets, which she read to famous poets, comparing them with their compositions ... and a song in the vernacular, inspired by the works of those poets who Lucrezia and Piero taught ... There are several portraits of Lucrezia that we know of one was Madonna of the Magnificat, painted by Sandro Botticelli ...
Lucrezia Gonzaga
... Lucrezia Gonzaga di Gazzuolo (1522 - 11 February 1576) was an Italian noblewoman known for her literary talents, and her association with Matteo Bandello ... At the age of 14 she married Paolo Manfrone, and is sometimes known as Lucrezia Gonzaga Manfrona ...