(Alice) Suki Waterhouse, English actress and model
Suki Low (born Low Sook Yee), Malaysian pop singer ("One in a Million")
SusannahClaire "Suki" Brownsdon, English Olympic swimmer
Suki Chui (Suk-Man), Hong Kong actress
SukiKim, Korean-American novelist
Tzruya "Suki" Lahav, Israeli violinist
MelanieSusan "Suki" Potier, English model
Suki Schorer, American ballerina
Suki, character in animated series "Avatar: The Last Airbender"
"Suki: A Like Story," manga series
Suki Meadows, character from movie "One Day"
SukiYaki, character in 1966 film "What's Up, TigerLily?"
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