Lucinda Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Lucinda:
Elaborated form of Lucia (light), produced by adding the suffix -inda. Lucinda originated as a literary name in Cervantes' Don Quixote (1605).
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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Lucy, Cindy, Cinda, Lucinderella, Lux, Lulu, Luci, Lu, Luce, CiCi,
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Lucinda Williams, American singer-songwriter
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Lucinda Leplastrier, the heroine of "Oscar and Lucinda," a 1988 novel by Peter Carey and the 1997 film based on the novel, directed by Gillian Armstrong.
Lope de Vega, a 17th-century Spanish poet, wrote sonnets to a woman he called "Lucinda," though this was a pseudonym.
Lucinda, one of the dolls in the Beatrix Potter story 'The Tale of Two Bad Mice'.
Lucinda Chapdelaine, the main character of the book "The Amaranth Enchantment" by Julie Berry.
Lucinda Walsh, a character from the soap opera "As the World Turns"
Lucinda, a fairy character from the book "Ella Enchanted"
Lucinda (Luce) Price, protagonist in the "Fallen" series by Lauren Kate
Lucinda "Lulu" Sanders from the Pony Pals series by Jeanne Betancourt