Sukie Name Meaning & Origin

Sukie

Pronunciation: SOO-kee (key)

Origin of the name Susan:

English form of Susannah, which is from the Hebrew Soshana, a derivative of shōshannāh (a lily, a rose).

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Susan, Sukey

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Much better spelling than Sookie. Sookie looks like sook as in cry-baby.

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Nicknames for Sukie: | Edit

Sue,
Suzie,
Suke,
Susu.

Meanings and history of the name Sukie: | Edit

Diminutive of Susan.
Pronounced: SOO-kee
Sukie is Hebrew and means, a Lily, a Rose,
Very pretty name.

Famous real-life people named Sukie: | Edit

Sukie Smith, British actress and musician
Alice "Sukie" Waterhouse, English actress, model and entrepreneur

Sukie in song, story & screen: | Edit

Sukie Ridgemont, fictional character in the John Updike novel "The Witches of Eastwick", portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer
"Sukie", British indie band.
"Sukie In The Graveyard", song by Belle and Sebastian.
Sue Heck, character from the American sitcom the middle changed her name to Sukie in one episode.

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