Other Origin(s):Japanese, Korean
Yuk is a gender-neutral name with Chinese connections. Possibly coming from the name Yue, it can translate to “moon” and is a lovely way to give your little one celestial inspiration from the very start. From its different cycles during each month to its abundance of folklore, the moon can give your little one plenty to work with. With its Korean and Japanese roots, Yuk may also translate to “six.” Whether baby’s joining your family on the sixth of the month or when the moon’s high in the sky, Yuk can make for a sentimental choice.
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