Lucelly ?

Hi me again. I found the name Lucelly on this name site. However I don't know anything about this name. We do really like the name however as we could use the nickname Lucy. 

Is it a created name? 

Is it a name with history?

Is it just an unusual name?

Any information or insights on this name is greatly appreciated.

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August 27, 2018 4:29 AM

The only thing I know about this name is what is on this site - obviously from the name Lucia.  I say its an unusual name

Lucelly Pronunciation: n/aFacebook Twitter Google+ EmailOrigin of the name Lucia:

Feminine form of Lucius, which is derived from the Latin lux (light). The name was borne by St. Lucia of Syracuse, a 4th-century martyr whose popularity during the Middle Ages led to widespread use of the name.

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August 27, 2018 11:37 AM

It's a name that I've only encountered in Latin American contexts. (I think it's also worth searching the Lucely and Luceli spellings, which make more phonetic sense in that context.)

i would guess it might be an innovation expanded on the Luz/Lucia names, which have long been riffed on (Lucella and Lucelia are in the SSA data since the early 1900s, though Lucely doesn't show up until the 1990s). It's a neat name!

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August 27, 2018 4:14 PM

I've also experienced it in Latin American contexts, with the Luceli spelling.  I want to say it was actually used as a nickname and not so much a given name, but it's been years and I may not remember correctly.

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August 28, 2018 3:11 PM

I just realized this was the second forum post on Lucelly, where the first was by "Lolu" one of our frequently self-renaming posters asking about infinite Lucy/Sophie variations.

It looks like this is a copy-paste spam post, where the URLs that were the original motivator for the spam got stripped out... all of which is to say we probably don't need to bother doing any more high-level responses to this thread.