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what does the name Lucia say to you?

(42 Posts)
CrushWithEyeliner Sat 20-Sep-08 19:45:54

thoughts please?

llareggub Sat 20-Sep-08 19:47:53

How do you pronounce it?

LuLuMacGloo Sat 20-Sep-08 19:48:08

Slightly spoilt. But it is very nice. Slinks off....

yeahyeah Sat 20-Sep-08 19:49:10

Italian but nice...

BoysAreLikeDogs Sat 20-Sep-08 19:49:12



littlelapin Sat 20-Sep-08 19:49:38

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MarlaSinger Sat 20-Sep-08 19:49:51

I'd say Loo-sha, and I like it.

Anglepoise Sat 20-Sep-08 19:50:05

I'd pronounce it Loo-see-a but suppose the chee sound is probably correct. Like it.

binkythebullet Sat 20-Sep-08 19:50:28

vair pretty

CaliWench Sat 20-Sep-08 19:50:35

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pointydog Sat 20-Sep-08 19:51:15

Italian. POsh. How is it pronounced.

BoysAreLikeDogs Sat 20-Sep-08 19:51:52

Hmmm a lot like 'Lochia' now I come to think of it )

sclubheaven Sat 20-Sep-08 19:52:37

Pretty name pronounced Loo-chee-a.

It will probably be constantly mispronounced though.

TheBlonde Sat 20-Sep-08 19:52:55

I like it

SlartyBartFast Sat 20-Sep-08 19:53:28

pavarotti of course

SlartyBartFast Sat 20-Sep-08 19:54:09

is it for a boy btw?

castille Sat 20-Sep-08 19:54:44

I never know how to pronounce it.

I know a Loo-chee-a and a Loo-SEE-a and a LOO-see-a

Very confusing

SlartyBartFast Sat 20-Sep-08 19:55:11

or maybe that's jsut me blush

SlartyBartFast Sat 20-Sep-08 19:55:34

that would be luciano blush

so like st lucia,
dont like it personally

ChacunaSonGout Sat 20-Sep-08 19:57:32

my friend has one

a long awaited dd after three ds's

therefore ....

a bit ;precious;

peachygirl Sat 20-Sep-08 19:58:42

One of my best ever friends has this name and she is a lovely lovely person.

She is a Loo sha.

Go for it

Stinkyfeet Sat 20-Sep-08 20:58:21

I think of the boy in the Gladiator. I would pronounce it Loo-sha. I think I like it, but wouldn't name a child it as I prefer traditional names!

Califrau Sat 20-Sep-08 21:01:08

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MadameCastafiore Sat 20-Sep-08 21:01:25

As an Italian name is pronounced with a sh rather than a see a - like cappu (ch) cino or so Italian speaking Dh tells me.

I think it is very pretty.

Janni Sat 20-Sep-08 21:03:00

I knew a Lucia of Italian parentage. It was pronouced Loocheea. It was pretty and suited her, but it could be frustrating for your DD if people don't know how to say it.

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