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This was the name of Luca Brasi, a hitman from the novel and movie, The Godfather.
-- arrowhead909  12/26/2005
I really like the name Luca or Luke whatever you want to call it. My friend Luca has that name and he likes it so.
-- Alexis_and_Luca  1/12/2006
My baby boy's called Luca and I love his name so much, it suits his Italian features, he is so beautiful. Only the most beautiful boys should be called Luca. Long live the name LUCA and my son too.
-- hanzdouglas  10/6/2006
I like this name because I like Italian names and this is the only Italian name I know.
-- Anonymous User  1/14/2007
A very nice, handsome name.
-- Anonymous User  2/23/2007
It is also the German word for Light.
-- Kasi  3/12/2007
Luca is NOT the German word for light! "Licht", is the German word for light and there is no such word as Luca in the German language.
-- crASHed  7/5/2010
Another famous bearer is Luca Toni, an Italian soccer player. He plays for the National Team as well as the Serie A team, Fiorentina.
-- melrose452  8/15/2007
This is a beautiful name. It is commonly used in Italy also.
-- ocean eyes  1/29/2008
This is the name of the protagonist's younger brother in the young adult novel, Saving Francesca. In the story, Luca is named after the character in the Susan Vega song, Luca, about a victim of abuse.
-- Keladry  3/20/2008
Actor Daniel Pino and his wife Lily have a son Luca Daniel, 15th of February, 2006 at Los Angeles.
-- Emilie007  6/19/2008
Pronounced loo ka for a boy and loo tsa for a girl. I like both.
-- Kinborough  12/2/2008
Luca Turilli is an Italian guitarist for the symphonic metal band Rhapsody of Fire. He is also known for his solo work.
-- ICEyun  2/24/2009
Luca was one of the characters of the Sweet Life on Deck (Disney).
-- Taydbug112  4/27/2009
I really like this name, if I had a son, I'd call him this, but the guy from the godfather puts me off.
-- HeadCharge72  6/5/2010
Ugh, I hate this name! It sounds so posh and effeminate. It makes me think of a spoiled European child.
-- bananarama  4/28/2011
I will be honest and say that I enjoy this name-- "Luca." Though, an image of a Doberman Pinscher does not cease to appear in my head, hah. But I think that the use should be limited... the sound alone has the power to look incredibly spoiled, I suppose. In moderation, and used only on those of the original, intended decent/ethnicity of this name should bear it.

Overall: my approval is given.
-- Francesca  5/14/2011
The Italian pronunciation is LOO-kah. [noted -ed]
-- presentperfect  9/12/2011
Luca Cambiaso (1527-1585) was a Genoese painter and draughtsman.
-- Anonymous User  10/16/2011
Luca Carlevaris (1663-1730) was an Italian painter.
-- Anonymous User  10/18/2011
It's a nice name. It's very cute. I'm not sure how well it will age though, but it has quite a lot of history so I think it should be ok. But please, if you're going to use this name- 1. Have an Italian last name to go with it (ie. Be Italian. Luca Johnson sounds very tacky and trendy) and 2. Use it for a boy! I don't know why it's used for girls.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2013
Audrey Hepburn's second son is named Luca, born February 8, 1970.
-- Oohvintage  8/8/2013

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