Post # 1
My husband and I are both “L” names and really want a “L” name for baby 🙂 We are like Lucca alot but realize it is an Italian name, which we both are not! Actually, I’m more along the lines of fair Irish skinned! Would we be getting questions for the rest our lives about why we chose an Italian name? Or does anyone have any L baby boy names? We did a name search and they are sort of slim and far between… one of them was actually Lucifer!
Post # 3
@Babysontheway: how are you wanting to pronounce it? i read it “loo-kah”
Post # 4
I like Lucca! I like it more spelled “Luca” more though.
My brother-in-law is named Lucius. Other L names: Luke, Lucien, Levi, Lloyd, Laird.
Post # 5
I’d spell it Luca. I don’t think people would question it too much. As long as it sounds good with your last name, I say go for it.
Post # 6
I thought the city was stupid, it’s just a city with a wall, but it’s a cool name. 🙂
We’re Dutch and Taiwanese and would give our children Italian or German names because we like them. Who cares.
Post # 7
I love the name Luca (not a fan of the double c spelling). I also like Lucas.
Post # 8
I am reading up more on the spelling and you all are right- Luca is more common! And I just saw that Hilary duff also has a baby named Luca (not that that actually matters too much!) We like Lucas too but it’s the name of my friend’s husband… not a huge concern, but we sort of wanted to what else is out there too!
Post # 9
I’m italian and my daughter is half chinese and I gave her a Gaelic boys name, so I say do what you want!
Post # 10
I like Luca– Hilary Duff’s little boy is named this and I thought it was so cute when I heard it
Other “L” boy names i’ve heard: Landon, Levi, Leroy, Layton,
Post # 11
I like the name Luca but I would spell it with one c.
Post # 12
Love it, but like PPs I prefer the spelling ‘Luca’.
Post # 13
I love the name Luca, it is on my list. Definitely like it spelled with just the one C though. I had a baby boy in May and I named him Landry. Everyone who hears his name loves it.
Good luck and Congrats!
Post # 14
Spell it Luca. Or Luka (although this spelling is reminiscent of that sad Suzanne Vega song).
Post # 15
@Babysontheway: I like the name, but am not into the double c…
Post # 16
I love Lucca because of the unique spelling. I know a few Luca and even Lucas. DH’s name is Luke.
Lucca is a good solid and unique name.