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English feminine form of Lucius. Peak positions on the chart in the 1880s inspired by one of the most popular First Ladies of the 19th century, Lucy Hayes, wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes. Probably most remembered bearer of the name is actress and "Queen of Comedy," Lucille Ball, especially known for her 1950s sitcom, "I Love Lucy." Lucille's daughter and actress, Lucie Arnaz, bears a variation of the name. Another 1950s influence is "Lucy van Pelt," character in the syndicated comic strip "Peanuts," by Charles Schulz. More recently, actress Lucy Liu has kept the popularity of name strong because of her successful film performances. , Light
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