Lucy is of Latin origin and it's meaning is "light". Feminine form of Lucius; vernacular form of Lucia. The feast day of Saint Lucy (fourth century), patroness of sight, is called the Festival of Light in Sweden. Lucy can also be short for Lucille.
- Lucy's first name may be a tribute to Lucy Pevensive, a character from the Chronicles of Narnia, written by one of J.K. Rowling's favorite authors, C.S. Lewis.