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Vivien Leigh had a daughter named Suzanne. It's a very pretty name.
-- AndrewJKD  10/31/2005
Author Suzanne Collins is a famous bearer.
-- CoBy  4/30/2006
Suzanne Sugarbaker was the ditzy pageant-loving sister of Julia Sugarbaker on Designing Women. For all her flaws, she had a soft side as well.
-- blackapple  5/29/2006
I do not like this name. It sounds childish for an adult to have, especially by the nickname Suzy.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2006
Very pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  7/14/2006
Suzanne Somers was an actress on the TV show "Three's Company."
-- Brenna  7/25/2006
Suzanne appeared on the top 1000 list in the 1960's and 1970's where it ranked 884 and 812 respectively.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
Suzanne is my name, I'm almost 20 and I love my name. So many nicknames can be derived from it. Susie, Sue, Susie Q, Mustang Susie. The best part about it is that I don't personally know anyone else with my name.
-- Mustang Susie  9/27/2006
Suzanne is a very good name, because although it's not overly popular, people will still recognize it and not mispronounce it or misspell it. It's also fits both young girls, as Suzy, and adults, as Suzanne. And it sounds smart, pretty, and sophisticated.
-- Alphlyka  10/21/2006
This is my mother's name, and I've always thought it was beautiful. She recently died, and when asked a few weeks before what flowers she would like at her service, she said "lily of the valley." It was only afterwards that I found a card at a religious bookstore with the name "Suzanne" and "Lily of the Valley" as its meaning. She will have a bouquet of these lovely flowers at her memorial service. She also went by Suzy, Suzie, Sue.
-- jenniel  11/27/2006
There is an author named Suzanne Brockman.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
Suzanne Valadon (September 23, 1865 – April 7, 1938) was a French painter who worked first as an artist's model, before becoming a noted painter herself.

Born Marie-Clémentine Valadon at Bessines-sur-Gartempe, Haute-Vienne, France, the daughter of an unmarried laundress, Suzanne Valadon became a circus acrobat at the age of 15; at 16 a fall from a trapeze ended her career. In the Montmartre quarter of Paris she pursued her interest in art.
-- sweetbabe  12/17/2006
She was the mother of painter Maurice Utrillo.
-- Kosta  9/21/2007
This is the name of a beautiful song by Leonard Cohen.
-- the_andorran  12/23/2006
One of my closest friends is called Suzanne, I generally call her Suzi but I know 2 Suzis so it gets a bit confusing and I find myself shortening both their names and then the other. I have yet to find a codename that fits. Anyways, Suzanne as a name is okay. I probably wouldn't choose it for my own child. Well I don't believe you should name a child before it's born but after so you can see if the name fits. But on another this name is good, with all of the nicknames you get from it.
-- Anonymous User  2/19/2007
This is my name and I like it. The only bad thing about it is the nicknames. I can't stand Sue, Suzie, or Susan. The only nickname associated that I don't mind is Suze.
-- Anonymous User  3/31/2007
Suzanne Fisher Staples is an author.
-- bibi66  6/9/2007
Suzanne is my name. As an elementary schooler, I was called Suzanne. Through middle and high schools, I was called Sue. Now as a (quasi)adult, I prefer Suzanne again. I HATE being called "Susan"; it's not my name, never has been, never will be. I like my name!
-- old glory  6/16/2007
This is my middle name. Although I'm supposed to be named after my aunt, Susan. But wow. I always thought it was kinda plain, but then as I got older, I started to love it and I wanted people to call me by this name. But I guess there isn't enough room in my family for two "Susie's". Lol
-- Lady Silver-kun  10/9/2007
French pronunciation is "See-zahn" (shortly).
-- Karcoolka  3/8/2008
Sounds smart and busy, with strong emotional views. Slightly abandoned from the rest of the 'Susan' family, as if it was forced to develop its own life.
-- GarbageGuy  5/16/2008
'Sorry Suzanne' is a popular song by The Hollies.
-- polyglot7  9/4/2008
The band Weezer has a song called "Suzanne."
-- English26  11/5/2008
Suzanne Farrell was a famous ballerina for the New York City Ballet, and went on to found her own ballet company, the Suzanne Farrell Ballet.
-- Anonymous User  3/14/2009
A famous bearer is American singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega (born July 11, 1959). Her noted songs include "Luka" and "Tom's Diner".
-- AndrewJKD  7/9/2009
Suzanne De Passe was the manager of the extremely successful band 'The Jackson Five'.
-- starz26  1/24/2010
My name is Suzanne but I have never come across anyone my age named this. Today still in France, Suzanne is more often used than in England. I feel my name is kind of plain but WAY better than Susan! When I heard the manager of 'The Jackson 5' was called Suzanne De Passe, I felt so proud sharing my name with the person who managed the greatest and my most favourite band ever!
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2010
Took a while to grow on me, I like it now. I don't like any of the nicknames though.
-- Chrila96  11/2/2010
I like it much more than Susan. It has a bit more spunk.
-- Black_X  2/23/2011
My mother's name. It really is a lovely and underrated name, strange in that it's both a decidedly French and quintessentially American name. Easily one of my all-time favorite names.
-- Clytemnestra  2/27/2011
Journey has a song called Suzanne.
-- Aloicious  1/13/2012
The name is French from the Hebrew name and means Lily. This is my name and I love it. I was named by my father after a Suzanne who went by the nickname Zanne. He wanted me to have a sophisticated name and I agree that it is sophisticated. While I love my name, I positively detest being called Susan. It is not my name and is not an acceptable pronunciation of the name. Anyone who knows English should know that two consonants together change the pronunciation of the vowel that precedes it. We learn that by second grade. I can't believe the number of people since the 1990's who can't pronounce such a simple name. I doubt very highly they would pronounce Anne as "un."
-- Zanne Marie  12/15/2012
Suzanne means lily.
-- Suzannewin  1/3/2013
The name of a very talented singer, Suzanne Vega.
-- verden  7/7/2013
The name Suzanne was given to 86 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
Suzanne was very popular in the early 1900's in France, but has since become less common. It's most popular year was 1920, when it was given to over 9, 000 baby girls.
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
Pronounced suy-ZAHN-nə or suy-ZAHN in Dutch. My name is pronounced as suy-ZAHN-nə. I know a lot of other people with my name, pronounced as either of the pronunciations I named (all living in Holland).
-- Suzijn1994  3/5/2014

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