Origin: English, Irish
Meaning: an English surname derived from a Norman-French place meaning “domain belonging to Thracius”, the latter meaning “of Thracia”.
It also has a separate origin as an Irish surname, from Gaelic O’Treasaigh meaning “descendant of the war-like one”.
Tracy has also been used as a short form of Theresa, either meaning “summer” from Greek theros or “to harvest” from Greek therizo.
Trace/Trayce is a diminutive form of the name.
Variants: Traci, Tracie, Traycie, Tracee, Traycee