What does Suzanna mean?
Associated with: lily (flower).
19 more alternative forms via Susan, Susanna, Susannah: Sanna, Sannah, Shanna▼, Suanny, Sueann, Sueanna, Sueanne, Suesann, Suezanne, Susanka, Susann, Susanne▼, Suzan▼, Suzane, Suzanne▼, Suzetta, Suzon, Suzzanne and Zanna.Creative forms:
(female) Suanna, Suzanda, ..
(male) Suzande, Suzansay, .. Middle name pairings:
Suzanna Briella (S.B.), ..
How popular is Suzanna?
Suzanna is a very popular first name for females (#1354 out of 4276, Top 32%) but a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Suzanna entered the list in 1900-1909 and reached its top position of #864 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not listed at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Suzanna are Sanna, Shanna, Sueann, Susan (#929 from current records), Susana (#1702), Susann, Susanna (#1271), Susannah, Susanne, Suzan, Suzanne and Zuzanna. These forms of Suzanna were at the peak of their popularity during 1950-1959 (adoption of 4.22%) and have become much less widespread since (adoption 0.02%, ▼99.4%), with versions such as Susanne becoming less in vogue.
Suzanna is alike in pronunciation to Sosannah. Other suggested similar names are Aiyanna, Arianna▲, Aryanna▲, Ayanna▼, Belanna, Breanna▼, Canna, Danna, Deanna▼, Dyanna, Dzana, Elianna▲, Filanna, Gianna, Gunna, Hanna▼, Hosanna, Ioanna, Ivanna▲, Joeanna, Juana, Julianna▲, Jumanna, Leanna, Louanna, Luanna, Lucianna, Luziana, Oksanna, Quiana, Quianna, Ranna, Rayanna, Rexanna, Rheanna, Rhianna▼, Rozanna, Ryanna, Sabinna (see Sabina), Sanda, Savanha (see Savannah), Savanna, Savannha, Savonna, Seanna, Selenna, Serenna, Serinna, Sevanna, Shaena, Shanea, Shania▼, Shannan, Shannea, Shanta, Shauna▼, Shawna▼, Shianna, Shonna, Shyanna, Siana, Sianna, Sienna▲, Silvanna, Simonna (see Simone), Sirenna, Sirvanna, Solana, Teanna, Tianna▼, Wanna, Yoanna, Yohanna and Zsuzsanna. These names tend to be less commonly used than Suzanna.See names in meaning and etymology.