||Dita (Authenticated as Dita)
||July 1, 2012 at 7:28:21 PM
||Suzanne by Lily
I can understand people who think Suzanne sounds more dated than Susan. Suzanne has a 70s funk about it, while Susan has a soft Anglo sound that could easily come into popularity again.
That said, I kinda like the funk of Suzanne - the 'z' and the 'e' look good together, and Suzy is probably my favourite spelling of Susie - it's so neat and pert.
I don't agree with you that's it's softer than Susanna(h). In Anne, you have to put more emphasis on the A - Aaann, whereas in Anna, the second syllable offsets it, makes it lighter: a-na. I find Anna much softer and prettier than Anne, and would always use Susanna/Rosanna/Marianna etc over the -anne variant.
I'm one of the many people who love Susannah, and would use it in real life. Sigh, before I joined this board I thought I was unique liking it. Especially with the 'h' spelling. But nope.
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