What is 'sui' when translated from Chinese Italian and Latin to English?

"To follow," "on the..." and "of herself (himself, itself, themselves)" are English equivalents of the Chinese, Italian and Latin word sui. The Chinese word most famously references the name of the dynasty (581-618) founded by Yang Jian (July 21, 541-Aug. 13, 604) and named for his title as the Duke of Sui before becoming Emperor Wen, while the Latin word also translates as "her," "hers," "his," "its" or "their" according to English context. The pronunciation will be "swee" in all three cases.