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

The name Suki is a girl's name of Japanese origin meaning "loved one". Suki and is often added to lists like Unique Girl Names: Unusual and Rare and discussed in our forums with posts like "GP or usable?".

From the experts:

One of the most familiar and usable Asian names.

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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"



Melissa Says:


Polly puts the kettle on, suki takes it of again.

Lena_Aline Says:


Suki put the kettle on . . . The nursery rhyme is what this name reminds me of.

Jinxgirl Says:


This is cute but only as a nickname for Susan or Susannah.

Guest Says:


I love Japanese names but this reminds me of fish.

steampunkleo Says:


Ah, I love Suki. Though I worry about the sooky comments :P