from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A surname, a spelling variant of Lacey.
- proper n. A male given name, transferred from the surname, mostly in the nineteenth century.
- proper n. A female given name of modern usage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling lace; lace-like.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having open interstices or resembling a web
- adj. made of or resembling lace
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Mary Lacy is no longer the Boulder DA and neither is her predecessor, Alex Hunter.
I hate to say this but whoever that person Lacy is that wrote that comment back in August last year, I hope you grew up by now?
At one point during Peter's bullying, Lacy is encouraged by an elementary school teacher to force Peter to stand up for himself.
This time, the femme fatale route finally gets to Iron Mike, and Lacy is brought face to face with the Ace himself.
Lacy is expected to miss Tuesday's game, but could possibly return if TCU advances further.
Lacy is supported by Dick's edition, but contradicted by the text published in the Oxberry Weekly Budget, which reads "invincible."
The superintendent of Bare Hill, Peter J. Lacy, is genial and gray-haired, tall and dignified in his striped tie, flannels, and blue blazer.
And in a few more days he called Lacy in high exasperation.
I was perfectly satisfied that an attempt would be made at night to retake the cattle, and I made my defensive dispositions accordingly, giving the command of the picquet to an active officer on whom I could depend – Captain Lacy of the 72nd Regiment.
During the peak of her popularity as Nurse Vining, Kepler sold a line of clothing she created called Lacy Afternoon on the Home Shopping Club, the forerunner to the Home Shopping Network.