Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. SOO-zən
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Meaning & History

English variant of Susanna. This has been most common spelling since the 18th century. It was especially popular both in the United States and the United Kingdom from the 1940s to the 1960s. A notable bearer was the American feminist Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906).

Related Names

DiminutivesSookie, Sue, Suki, Sukie, Susie, Suz, Suzi, Suzie, Suzy
Other Languages & CulturesSuzana(Albanian) Sawsan(Arabic) Susanna(Armenian) Susanna, Susannah(Biblical) Sousanna(Biblical Greek) Shoshannah(Biblical Hebrew) Susanna(Biblical Latin) Susanna(Catalan) Suzana(Croatian) Zuzana, Zuzanka, Zuzka(Czech) Susanne, Sanne, Susann(Danish) Susanna, Suzanne, Sanne, Suus, Suze(Dutch) Susanna, Susanne, Sanna, Sanni(Finnish) Suzanne, Suzette(French) Susanne, Susann, Suse, Susi(German) Shoshana(Hebrew) Zsuzsanna, Zsazsa, Zsuzsa, Zsuzsi(Hungarian) Susanna(Italian) Zane, Zuzanna(Latvian) Zuzana(Lithuanian) 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) Susanna(Ukrainian)
User SubmissionsSúsan, Susan

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Entry updated December 14, 2019