Gender Feminine
Usage Biblical
Scripts שׁוֹשַׁנָּה(Ancient Hebrew)
Pronounced Pron. /su.ˈzæn.ə/(English)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Form of Susanna found in some versions of the Old Testament.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesSuzana(Albanian) Sawsan(Arabic) Susanna(Armenian) Sousanna(Biblical Greek) Shoshannah(Biblical Hebrew) Susanna(Biblical Latin) Susanna(Catalan) Suzana(Croatian) Zuzana, Zuzanka, Zuzka(Czech) Sanne, Susann, Susanne(Danish) Sanne, Susanna, Suus, Suzanne, Suze(Dutch) Sookie, Sue, Suki, Sukie, Susan, Susanna, Susanne, Susie, Suz, Suzan, Suzanna, Suzanne, Suzi, Suzie, Suzy, Zanna(English) Sanna, Sanni, Susanna, Susanne(Finnish) Suzanne, Suzette(French) Susann, Susanne, Suse, Susi(German) Shoshana(Hebrew) Zsazsa, Zsuzsa, Zsuzsanna, Zsuzsi(Hungarian) Susanna(Italian) Zane, Zuzanna(Latvian) Zuzana(Lithuanian) Suzana(Macedonian) Huhana(Maori) Susann, Susanne(Norwegian) Zula, Zuza, Zuzanna, Zuzia(Polish) Susana(Portuguese) Suzana(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Susanna, Syuzanna(Russian) Suzana(Serbian) Zuza, Zuzana, Zuzanka, Zuzka(Slovak) Suzana(Slovene) Susana, Susanita(Spanish) Sanna, Susann, Susanna, Susanne(Swedish) Susanna(Ukrainian)


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Entry updated May 29, 2020