sulky, sullen
sentimental, 'soft' or 'unmanly'
The word may be a corruption or nursery version of 'sulky' itself, but the etymology is obscure. It has been suggested that it may derive from an archaic diminutive of 'Su-san'.
See sook

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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