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Gender: F Origin of Gracia: Spanish variation of Grace

Although Gracia is the literal Spanish translation of Grace and is used as the Grace equivalent in Spanish-speaking countries, where it's pronounced grah-see-a, it's also a long-time if unusual Grace variation pronounced gray-sha. You might consider Gracia if Grace is getting too commonplace for you.

Famous People Named Gracia

Tama "Gracia" Hosokawa (nee Akechi) ~ Hosokawa Tama, usually referred to as Hosokawa Garasha, (1562 - August 25th, 1600 [killed]) was a Japanese samurai woman. She is known for being the daughtaer of Akechi Mitsuhide, the wife of Hosokawa Tadaoki, and a Christian convert. (Her Christian name was the Japanese variation Gracia; "Garasha," but you will most commonly find her name spelled Gracia in her... "modern references".
Gracia Mendes Nasi, Spanish Renaissance heiress
Gracia Querejeta, Spanish film director
Gracia Harrison, American singer, contestant on season 3 of TV's "The Voice"

Pop Culture References for the name Gracia

Gracia, minor character in manga/anime Fullmetal Alchemist