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See also: sky, SKY, ský, -sky, and -ský



From sky. As a surname, a translation of German Himmel and an anglicization of Ashkenazic surnames ending in -sky.

Proper noun[edit]


  1. A surname​.
  2. A unisex given name.
    • 1981, William Boyd, On the Yankee Station, Hamilton, →ISBN page 17:
      The bad thing was she took my son Skiff with her. It's a dumb name I know, but at the time he was born all the kids were being called things like Sky and Saffron and Powie, and I was really sold on sailing.

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