Subject: Re: What is the meaning of "Lukeas"
Author: Jim Young   (guest)
Date: November 9, 2004 at 7:15 AM
Reply to: What is the meaning of "Lukeas" by Beth Pora

If, as you say, the name is Greek, then the meaning would depend on the orginal Greek spelling. Luk- would transliterate into Roman script as Lyk-. This looks like a name based on lykos, "wolf." If on the other hand, the original Greek letters spelt Loukeas, to obtain a broad U sound, then the name is probably from Lucas, Luke, as already suggested.

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