Lulu

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Gender: F Meaning of Lulu: "pearl" Origin of Lulu: Diminutive of Louise or Lucy, or Arabic

Lula has a firecracker personality, a singing and dancing extrovert. Interesting that Lulu was a Top 100 name when the Social Security list was born in 1880, but it's been sliding ever since and has not been in the Top 1000 for decades. Modern parents in love with Lulu might well reverse that trend.

Lulu is the now grown daughter of musicians Edie Brickell and Paul Simon. In the Swinging London sixties, Lulu was a popular single-named Scottish singer--whose birth name was Marie.

Famous People Named Lulu

Lulu (born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie), Scottish pop singer
Lucinda Jane "Lulu" Guinness, British socialite and designer
Lauren Marie-Elizabeth "Lulu" Antariksa, American actress
Lulu Belle (born Myrtle Eleanor Cooper), American country music singer of duo Lulu Belle and Scotty
Lulu James, British soul singer
Luyando "Lulu" Haangala, Zambian TV personality
Lulu Wang, Chinese-Dutch novelist
Zhou Lulu, Chinese weightlifter
Lulu White, American madam
Lulu Johnson, American reality TV personality; daughter of designer Betsey Johnson
Lulu Simon, daughter of American musicians Paul Simon and Edie Brickell
Lulu Glaser, American actress and vocalist (b. 1874)

Pop Culture References for the name Lulu

Little Lulu, comic book character
"Lulu," opera by Alban Berg and its main character, a former street urchin
Lulu, bear on TV's "Bananas in Pajamas."
Lulu Spencer, character on American soap "General Hospital"
Lulu, baby in movie "Waitress"
Lulu, supporting character in video game "Final Fantasy X"
Lulu aka Lelouch Lamperouge, character in anime Code Geass
Lulu Teruno aka Tellu, one of the Death Busters in the Sailor Moon series
Lulu, character on TV's "Gilmore Girls"
Lulu Forchette, character from "This Golden Land," by Barbara Wood
Lulu, character in video game "League of Legends"
Lulu, character on TV's "True Jackson VP"
"Lulu on the Bridge," 1998 film
Lulu, a publishing company

Lulie, Lula, Loulou