What does Suzane mean?
Suzane [suzane] as a girls' name is a Hebrew name, and the meaning of Suzane is "lily, rose". Suzane is an alternate form of Susan (Hebrew): short variant of Susanna and Susannah. Suzane is also a derivative of Suzanne (French, Hebrew).
Associated with: lily (flower).
27 more alternative forms via Susan, Suzanne: San, Suanny, Sudie▼, Sue▼, Sueann, Sueanna, Sueanne, Suesana, Sukee, Sukie, Sunel, Susana▼, Susanka, Susanna▼, Suse, Susee, Susie▼, Suzana, Suzanna, Suzannah, Suze, Suzee, Suzelle, Suzette▼, Suzi, Suzie and Suzy.Creative forms:
(female) Sisane, Suzney, ..
(male) Susny, Suzwyn, .. Middle name pairings:
Suzane Reagan (S.R.), ..
How popular is Suzane?
Suzane is an unusual first name for females. Suzane is an equivalently uncommon last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Suzane (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000 are Susan (#929 in recent rankings), Susanna (#1271), Susana (#1702), Suzanne, Suzanna, Suzie, Suzette, Suzan, Suzy, Suzi, Susanne, Sue, Sudie, Sueann, Susann, San and Susie. These relations of Suzane were popular as baby names in the 1950s (median #896) and have become significantly less conventional since (#1876, down 99.5%), with forms such as Sue becoming somewhat outmoded. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Suzane is alike in pronunciation to Cezanne. Other suggested similar names are Alane, Ariane, Aryane, Aubine, Aurene, Blane, Deane, Delane, Duane, Dyane, Dylane, Elane, Eufane, Gunne, Jeane, Juliane, Juline, Julyne (see Julia), June▼, Lane, Liane, Luane, Lucine, Lusine, Mazine, Nurine, Orane, Ozanne, Rhiane, Riane, Romane, Rubine, Samale, Sana, Saran, Sarine, Savana▼, Sean, Seana, Serene, Sesame, Shae, Shalane, Shana▼, Shane, Shanea, Shanee, Shanel, Shanie, Shante▼, Shaye, Shayne, Sian, Sidaine, Signe▼, Simone, Sine, Sirene, Sloane▲, Solana, Soline, Souline, Stace, Stanze, Subaru, Suezanna, Sula, Sunnie, Sunny, Susanah, Suzu, Suzzanna, Symone and Zuzana. These names tend to be more frequently used than Suzane.See names in meaning and etymology.