I like this better than Susan because it sounds more modern and feminine ❤.
Love Suzannah, especially because it means flower!
I really love the name! Though I like to add my "personal touch": Sùzanna.
The name Suzanna was given to 82 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
My name is Suzanna, and I am named for my paternal Grandmother and this has been a family name on my father's side for many generations. I was surprised to learn that it hasn't been on the SSA list that frequently or as far back as we've used it.

I love my name, but no one can ever seem to get it right. Throughout school my teachers either used Suzy (my nickname), Susie (NOT my nickname), or Suzanne (NOT my name). If I were to have a daughter, I think I would pass the name on (and if not, maybe a granddaughter!). To me, this is a very fun and very feminine name, and has the advantage of being "unique" while still being "known".
Suzanna and Suzanne are more modern and exciting than boring old Susan.
Suzanna appeared on the top 1000 list in the 1960's and 1970's. It ranked 884 and 812 respectively.

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