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Beautiful girl's name!
clhutchy  1/30/2018
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Luka is a nice, gentle-sounding name. Although it sounds youthful in my opinion. Where I am from (Russia) the usage is completely masculine. I am not sure why the majority voted it as feminine.
Matryoshka  1/29/2018
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Also Bulgarian form of Luke.
Sofia  5/28/2017
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Also Finnish.
cutenose  6/15/2016
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"Megurine Luka", or codenamed "CV03" is a Japanese VOCALOID created by Crypton Future Media. Voice actress Yū Asakawa voices Luka, singing in both English and Japanese. To sum it up, Luka is a female voicebank in the program VOCALOID who sings in both English and Japanese. Some of the most popular VOCALOID songs made using Megurine Luka are "Circus Monster", "No Logic", and "Luka Luka★Night Fever".
MikuMikuLeek  6/11/2016
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Luka Modrić is a Croatian footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Croatia national team.
lilolaf  5/24/2016
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It is a boy name that ends in -a. Those are really rare.
Eileen1209864  5/15/2016
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I think this is a lovely name, however, it reminds me of "leukemia".
― Anonymous User  7/31/2015
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I had always thought of Luka as a feminine name, thanks to the female Vocaloid Luka Megurine. That being said, I think it would be a good name for either gender.
OceanSoul  5/11/2015
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It's a nice unisex name, simple and not overused.
xgirl  5/26/2014
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Luka Šulić is a famous Croatian-Solvenian cellist. He his popular for his duo 2Cellos. He has performed all over the world.
Soren  1/29/2014
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Megurine Luka is one of Yamaha's Japanese Vocaloids. She is Vocaloid number 03, and she's an amazing singer!
blondieboo629  12/10/2011
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It may also be used as a feminine name.
― Anonymous User  10/6/2011
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This name is number in Croatia for years now. I like it, that's all. I don't love it, but neither hate it.
enchy  6/4/2011
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I think it`s a beautiful name and it`s also great for a girl. It sounds both feminine and masculine.
DiChel  4/4/2011
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Luka is also used in The Netherlands, for both men and women (the name is most common on men, however).

The Dutch pronunciation of Luka is: LUY-kah.
Lucille  6/9/2010
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Lukša is a variant of Luka in Croatia.
goricar  1/22/2010
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Bright, masculine name for a boy, right here.
lucyskydiamonds  1/17/2010
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Luka is my brother's name and I just love it. It's nice how it sounds modern and it's actually a Biblical name.
Elerrina  8/7/2009
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Luka is also a female name in Lithuania. Luka Marija Rasimavičiūtė is a Lithuanian actress, and the model Luka Marta Sylwester originally grew up in Lithuania.
― Anonymous User  9/17/2008
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Another female Luka in literature is the central character of the novel "Luka" (2005) written by Polish author and poet Marzena Broda.
― Anonymous User  8/16/2008
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Luka is also a unisex name in the Netherlands. In the Dutch stage production "Luka and the last celebrity", the role of Luka was played by Barbara Gene.

The Dutch band Racoon also has a song titled "Luka's song" which is dedicated to Stefan De Kroon's (guitarist and singer) daughter. It references Suzanne Vega's song "My name is Luka", with the lyrics:

'Got a little song for my sweetest surprise
Her name is Luka, she's asleep on the second floor'
― Anonymous User  8/16/2008
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Luka is the narrator and one of the main female characters in the book 'Cherry Heaven' (2007) by L. J. Adlington. In the book, two sisters Kat and Tanka, are leaving a war-torn city, to start a new life in the supposedly utopian New Frontier. Luka is a young girl who escapes servitude in the "factory", who knows that the New Frontier is built on slavery and discrimination, and she is determined to seek justice.
― Anonymous User  8/8/2008
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Luka Marta Sylwester is a Polish fashion model.
― Anonymous User  8/1/2008
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Luka is a uni-sex name, and is the Hawaiian form of both Luke and Ruth.

Famous female Hawaiian's with this name include Princess Luka Keelikolani and the young gymnast Luka Nakoa.

The children's book, "Luka's quilt" is also about a young Hawaiian girl (Luka) who learns how to make a traditional quilt with her 'tutu' or grandmother.
― Anonymous User  7/22/2008
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In one of the first drafts of the original Star Wars movie, Luke Skywalker was a girl named Luka Starkiller.
― Anonymous User  4/3/2008
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Luka Kovač is a doctor on the show "ER."
emmyeternity  3/4/2008
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After the escape of Sobibor (October 14, 1943, WWII), the leader of the escape, Sascha Pechersky, wrote about a young Dutch girl called Luka, who was also imprisoned in the camp. She made an enormous impression on him, with respect to her intelligence and courage. (see also "From the Ashes of Sobibor" and "Sobibor The Forgotten Revolt" by Thomas Toivi Blatt).

In the subsequent movie (Escape from Sobibor, 1987), Joanna Pacula played the character of Luka.
― Anonymous User  2/17/2008
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Luka is a female singer and musician from Brazil. Albums include Sem Resposta and Porta Alberta.
― Anonymous User  2/11/2008
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Luka Gavrilov is one of the main characters in Leo Tolstoy's novel "The Cossacks": he is a handsome and brave Cossack serving as a soldier not far from his village, though he's troubled by his poverty. The other characters usually call him Lukashka.
Lilya  1/28/2008
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Luka was the name of a famous princess in Hawaii (Princess Ruth Luka Ke'ekikolani) and also the name of the feisty servant girl (spelt Louka) in Arms and the Man, by George Bernard Shaw.
― Anonymous User  1/27/2008
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Luka Jamnik does synth for the group Laibach, which is from Slovenia.
― Anonymous User  6/2/2007
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Luka is the name of Goran Visnjic's character on "ER".
WCSAngel  2/25/2006
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I feel that Luka is a version of Luke, however it is not strictly masculine. I am a girl and my name is actually Luka. Spelled the same and everything.
lukanoel  12/23/2005
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The song "Luka" was a hit for Suzanne Vega.
― Anonymous User  12/17/2005
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In a recent article Suzanne Vega describes how the name of the song was originally inspired by a young (not abused) boy who lived in her building, but that the name Luka is “universal. It could be a girl or boy and it could be any nationality.” A great description of a gorgeous name.

http://measureformeasure.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/06/18/surviving-the-hits/
― Anonymous User  6/20/2008

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