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Gender: F Meaning of Suki: "loved one" Origin of Suki: Japanese

One of the most familiar and usable Asian names.

Famous People Named Suki

(Alice) Suki Waterhouse, English actress and model
Suki Low (born Low Sook Yee), Malaysian pop singer ("One in a Million")
Susannah Claire "Suki" Brownsdon, English Olympic swimmer
Suki Chui (Suk-Man), Hong Kong actress
Suki Kim, Korean-American novelist
Tzruya "Suki" Lahav, Israeli violinist
Melanie Susan "Suki" Potier, English model
Suki Schorer, American ballerina

Pop Culture References for the name Suki

Suki, character in animated series "Avatar: The Last Airbender"
"Suki: A Like Story," manga series
Suki Meadows, character from movie "One Day"
Suki Yaki, character in 1966 film "What's Up, Tiger Lily?"
Suki isn't traditionally considered a name in Japan; it means "to like/love" in Japanese. It also is pronounced more like "ski."
Means "female dog" in Russian
Suki, character in movie "2 Fast 2 Furious"