Originally named after the much celebrated Spanish striker when he joined Liverpool Football Club (LFC). Also means tower of strength in Spanish.
The hoomans had to change names considering the sour manner in which Torres left LFC. Not before Suarez himself agreeing to it of course. Also means suave in Spanish.
Hainanese dialect for Black. Nickname given by original then hoomans before he was adopted by now hoomans. Motivation behind name is visually self explanatory.
Hokkien dialect for Black gold. Name given by a hooman grandma because he is good as gold and as black as can be. Other motivations behind the name include bringing good luck to the household, especially on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday evenings in Singapore. Now Saturday evenings in New Zealand.
Beginning to spot a pattern here? Nickname given by a hooman neighbor. Means black in Mandarin. Reminds me of my past encounter with two swans.
Accidental name given as a result of a hooman uncle's inability to pronounce Suarez in Spanish correctly. Meaning unknown but quite possibly contains strong Indian influence.
Another result of poor pronunciation. This time, by a hooman's mum. Meaning unknown and could sound quite unpleasant when announced in public.
And there you go, the many faces and names behind my little bro.