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Very common in Sweden. Pet name Sussie.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2005
Listen to the German pronunciation of Susanne here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
Common name in Germany, pronounced zoo-ZUN-nuh. [noted -ed]
-- JHK  9/3/2006
Susanne appeared on the top 1000 list from the 1920's until the 1970's. Its most popular year was the 1940's where it ranked 306.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
This is my name. In German I pronounce it soo-ZAH-neh, and in English sooz-ANN.
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2007
In Finland, everyone always pronounces it wrong. Right way would be like you write it, su-san-ne, but they say su-san-na. It is a rare name in our country.
-- Anonymous User  3/1/2009
I used to think the French name Suzanne was usually spelled like this. I was surprised to find out that Susanne is actually the German form. Susanne sounds pretty - I prefer it to Suzanne.
-- bananarama  4/12/2012
Susanne (1499-1500) was the daughter of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria and his wife Kunigunde. She died young. Her younger sister (1502-1543) was also named Susanne.
-- CarolinW  7/18/2012
Susanne Linke is an internationally renowned German dancer and choreographer who is one of the major innovators of German Tanztheater, along with Pina Bausch and Reinhild Hoffmann.
-- cutenose  2/15/2017
The German/ Scandinavian Susanne is one of many derivations from the Hebrew name Shoshana (means "lilly"), and different in spelling than the French 'Suzanne' or the English 'Susan'. The 'e' is spelled like in 'net', like in many Nordic/Germanic female names (for example Anne, Birke, Matilde or Sabine).
-- Susanne Lilie  3/14/2017

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