What is the meaning of the name Luke?

The name Luke means "Person From Lucania."

What is the origin of the name Luke?

The origin of the name Luke is Greek.

Other info about Luke:

Luke is most often used as a nickname for the name Lucas, although it has become a common given name in itself. It was originally used as a given or surname for persons from the region of Lucania, in Southern Italy.

Luke is a name from the Christian bible, an apostle of Jesus Christ. The Gospel of Luke is the third canonical Gospel, which tells of the origins, birth, ministry, atonement, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus.

Famous Lukes include country singer Luke Brian, actors Luke Perry and Luke Wilson, and comic artist Luke Ross. Luke Short was an American cowboy.

Fictional characters named Luke include those from television shows, such as The Tribe, Nashville, Degrassi, and Gilmore Girls. One of the most famous fictional Lukes is Luke Skywalker, from the Star Wars film series, named after its creator, George Lucas.

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People who like the name Luke also like:

Liam, Owen, Oliver, Caleb, Ethan, Lucas, Landon, Charlotte, Olivia, Grace, Amelia, Ava, Emma, Lucy

Names that sound like Luke:

Lilike, Lacey, Lacy, Lassie, Lecea, Leigh, Les, Lesa, Lewis, Lex, Lexi, Lexis, Liko, Lilac, Lisa, Lixue, Liz, Liza, Locke, Lois, Louis, Louisa, Louise, Lucas, Luce, Lucia, Lucie, Lucio, Lucius, Lucus

Stats for the Name Luke

checkmark Luke is currently #64 on the Baby Names popularity charts
checkmark Luke is currently #32 in U.S. births

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