Gender: Female Pronunciation: loo-SYEN Meaning of Lucienne: "light" Origin of Lucienne: French feminine variation of Lucian

Lucienne Origin and Meaning

The name Lucienne is a girl's name of French, Latin origin meaning "light".

Lucienne is a soft and ultra-sophisticated French-accented option in the Lucy family, one that could provide a fresh alternative to such fatigued Gallic choices as Danielle and Michelle.

So if you're looking for a more elegant take on Lucy, this could be it. The original male Lucian is a Latin name while Lucien is the French form and Lucienne is a female spin on that.

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Jokay820 Says:


Our baby daughter is named Lucienne Imara. I've always loved Lucienne because it's classic yet unique, elegant yet simple. I think it's cute for a little girl, and still very beautiful as a grown-up name.

paulapuddephatt Says:


Stunning, love it

Hailey Says:


There is a dairy company out here in Seattle called Lucerne, so I thought of that as soon as I saw this name.

Abbott Says:


I have never even heard the name Lucien before...

Anastasia Voulgari Says:


Ok I love this name, but its origin is not French it's just mutated by French people.

scblovesnames Says:


I'm really starting to love the sound of this name.

epowell Says:


Love this beautiful name when pronounced Loo-see-EN. It's just lovely and Lucy is adorable.

AldabellaxWulfe Says:


The spelling is elegant and the pronunciation is near lyrical in terms of how smooth and flowing it is. However, it is just far too close to the masculine Lucien - which is a better known and far more popular name in most English speaking countries. Which, for me personally, is a bit of a deal breaker for a girl. Still, there's very little stopping me from considering this particular spelling for a boy...