Lovrić families are almost entirely Croats and they are mostly from Trogir area , but to other sources the family names originates from Sinj area or village Odzak near Livno (Bosnia/Herzegovina), very rarely Serbs. In the past century, relatively most of Croatian residents bearing this family name were born in Bosanian Posavina (Brcko area) and in Zagreb. In Ražanj in Trogir area nearly every inhabitant had the family name Lovrić.
About 6700 people with faimily name Lovrić live in Croatia today, in 2700 households. There were 3200 of them in the middle of the past century, and their number doubled. They are located in all Croatian counties, in 106 cities and 527 other places, mostly in Zagreb (1100), Split (375), Slavonski Brod (275), Sesvete (190), and in Sibenik (160).