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Sukie is Lorelai's friend in the T.V. show "Gilmore Girls."
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
Sukie is the name of Michelle Pfeiffer's character in the film The Witches of Eastwick.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
Another form of this name "Suki" appears in "Avatar: The Last Airbender". Suki is a Warrior of Kyoshi, an island of the Earth Kingdom which only trains women native of that island as warriors. Suki is a young girl who is the leader of the Warriors of Kyoshi, and she teaches some fighting moves to Sokka in the fourth chapter, first book of the series, where she makes her first and so far only appearance in the show, though it is likely that she will return in later episodes.
-- Arowen Half-Elven  6/29/2006
I love the name Sukie, but personally I like it better for my cats' names. A friend of the family had her cat named Sukie, and now I named my kitten Suki. (no e at the end.)
-- keiralinn  10/10/2006
Sukie does not have to be a nickname, it is also a full name, and I have also seen it spelt Suki. It is very cute and it is good for a child, but also sounds awesome for an adult! GREAT NAME!
-- bellaboo  11/11/2006
THE SONG! Does anyone remember it?
"Polly put the kettle on, polly put the kettle on, they all had tea. Suki took it off again, Suki took it off again, they all went away".
Lol sorry, it was just a nursery rhyme we all learnt and I loved singing it.
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2007
There's a Belle and Sebastian song called "Sukie In The Graveyard".
-- mymymetrocard  2/11/2007
SUKIE or SUKI (pronounced SKI) is ancient Japanese for teahouse.
-- Anonymous User  8/14/2007
Sukie and sucky seem too similar. Be sensible, please!
-- Mackenzie Rudd  8/16/2007
Devon Aoki plays as Suki on 2 Fast 2 Furious. I always thought it kind of sounded like Japanese or Hawaiian. I think it's cute, but I'm unsure if I would ever use it.
-- Lumiereslove  8/11/2008
I've seen it spelt "Schukey".
-- Anonymous User  12/7/2008
Can be spelled Sookie.
-- dramaelf  7/11/2009
There is an American TV series called True Blood which centers on Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a telepathic waitress at a bar, who falls in love with vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer). It is based on the The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris.
-- Polly.C  10/23/2009
It's very cute, but I wouldn't use it for a real person.
-- Anonymous User  3/18/2010
I see this name for a little girl or a young woman but for a more mature nickname for Susan (or it's variations), Sue is best as it sends a more professional impression.
-- Vani Joy  7/27/2012
This always sounded like a cow's name to me. It's kind of hard for me to take someone seriously with this name. It's also too close to the Russian word suka, which means "female dog," and the modern American slang word "sucky."
-- Anyechka  9/3/2012

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