Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. LOO-kas(German, Swedish)
LUY-kahs(Dutch)
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Meaning & History

German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Lithuanian form of Lucas (see Luke). This was the most popular name for boys in Germany, Austria and Lithuania in some years of the 1990s and 2000s.

Related Names

VariantsLucas(Swedish) Lucas(Norwegian) Lucas(Danish) Lucas(Dutch)
DiminutivesLoek, Luuk(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesLuke(Biblical) Loukas(Biblical Greek) Lucas(Biblical Latin) Lluc(Catalan) Luka(Croatian) Lukáš(Czech) Lucas, Luke, Lucky(English) Luukas(Finnish) Louka, Luc, Lucas(French) Luka(Georgian) Loukas(Greek) Lukács(Hungarian) Lúcás(Irish) Luca(Italian) Luka(Macedonian) Łukasz(Polish) Lucas(Portuguese) Luca(Romanian) Luka(Russian) Luka(Serbian) Lukáš(Slovak) Luka(Slovene) Lucas(Spanish) Luc(Welsh)
Same SpellingLukáš
User SubmissionsŁükȧś, Lúkas, Lukaš

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   formal   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   simple   nerdy  

Name Days

Germany: October 18
Lithuania: October 18
Sweden: October 18

Categories

Entry updated January 21, 2022