Lucille Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Lucille:
Derived from the Latin Lucilla, which is a pet form of Lucia (light).
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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I only knew one young lady named Lucille and she was extremely smart. She was president of her class in high school and played at least three sports very well. Not to mention how nice and outgoing she was. I think it was because she was named after her great-grandmother, and she strove everyday to be as successful as she was in everything.
My grandmother's name was Lucille. Everyone called her Cille or Aunt Cille. As a result, my mother created my name, Tescille, so that my family members would call me Cille as well.
My middle name is Lucille after Lucille Ball from I Love Lucy. I love this name alot. I think it sounds nice with my whole name which is Carolyn Lucille Everid. I am very happy with it. I find it quite a beautiful name.
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Cille or Cil
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Lucille Ball (1911-1989), American actress
Lucille Clifton (1936-), American poet
Lucille Anderson (b. 2009), daughter of American actress, voice artist, comedian and singer Maya Rudolph and American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson
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Karen Lucille Hale is the full name of actress Lucy Hale who plays Aria Montgomery in Pretty Little Liars.
Blues musician B.B. King calls his guitars Lucille.
Lucille Bluth, scheming socialite mother on the TV show "Arrested Development"
"Lucille," early rock song by Little Richard
"You Picked a Fine Time to Leave Me, Lucille," country song by Kenny Rogers
In the "Peanuts" comic strip by Charles Schultz, Peppermint Patty annoys Lucy by constantly calling her "Lucille".
"Lucille" is the name of Negan's baseball bat on The Walking Dead