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.
Behind the scenes
- Lucy's first name may be a tribute to Lucy Pevensie, a character from the Chronicles of Narnia, written by one of J.K. Rowling's favourite authors, C.S. Lewis.