Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Warlike, fighter; Higher, superior
Tracy is a gender-neutral name popular in Britain, whose roots come from the Irish surname O’Treasaigh, from treasach, meaning “warlike,” “fighter,” “higher,” and “superior.” Tracy may also have French roots as a Norman surname meaning “of Thrace” and “Thracian.” In Greek mythology, the Thracians were a nation of people descended from Thrax, the son of the war god Ares. A name that praises baby’s magnificence, Tracy is not one to shy away from conflict. Its beautiful sound is replete with confidence, lending a righteous title to your brave little warrior.
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