PRONOUNCED: SOO-zən [key]
Meaning & History
English variant of SUSANNA
. This has been most common spelling since the 18th century. A notable bearer was the American feminist Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906).
OTHER LANGUAGES: Sawsan (Arabic), Susanna, Susannah (Biblical), Sousanna (Biblical Greek), Shoshannah (Biblical Hebrew), Susanna (Biblical Latin), Suzana (Croatian), Zuzana, Zuzanka, Zuzka (Czech), Susanne, Sanne, Susann (Danish), Susanna, Suzanne, Sanne (Dutch), Susanna (Finnish), Suzanne, Suzette (French), Susanne, Susann, Suse, Susi (German), Shoshana, Shoshannah (Hebrew), Zsuzsanna, Zsazsa, Zsuzsa, Zsuzsi (Hungarian), Susanna (Italian), Zuzanna (Latvian), Suzana (Macedonian), Huhana (Maori), Susanne, Susann (Norwegian), Zuzanna, Zula, Zuza, Zuzia (Polish), Susana (Portuguese), Suzana (Portuguese (Brazilian)), Susanna, Syuzanna (Russian), Suzana (Serbian), Zuzana, Zuza, Zuzanka, Zuzka (Slovak), Suzana (Slovene), Susana, Susanita (Spanish), Susanna, Susanne, Sanna, Susann (Swedish)
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