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Origin of the name JOYCE.
Etymology of the name JOYCE.
Meaning of the baby name JOYCE.


JOYCE.  Unisex.  From Old English Jocosa (q.v.), meaning "sportive," from Latin jocus (gladness; sport).  Also see note under Joscelyn. (Girls' Christian Names, Swan, 1905).  Originally this was a masculine name.  Usage:  America, Brazil, England, Ireland, Puerto Rico, Wales.
    m.  Alfred Joyce Kilmer (d. 1918), was an American editor, journalist, literary critic, and poet.  Joyce Wethered
    f.  Joyce Redman, an Irish actress.  Joyce Carol Oates, an American author.  Joyce Irene Grenfell (d. 1979), was an English actress, comedienne, singer and songwriter.  Joyce Silveira Morena, a Brazilian musician, singer and songwriter.  Joyce Watson, a Welsh Labour politician. (Wiki)


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