What does Suzanne mean?
Suzanne [su-z-an-ne] as a girls' name is of French and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Suzanne is "lily, rose". Variant of Susan. Ballerina Suzanne Farrell; actresses Suzanne Pleshette, Suzanne Sommers.
Suzanne▼ has 21 more alternative forms via Susan: Sanna, Sosanna, Suanny, Sueann, Sueanna, Sueanne, Suesann, Suesonne, Suezanne, Susana▼, Susanka, Susann, Susannah, Suzan▼, Suzana, Suzanna, Suze, Suzee, Suzelle, Suzie and Suzon.Kreatif forms:
(female) Soranne, Suson, ..
(male) Suzande, Suzanse, ..
How popular is Suzanne?
Suzanne is a very popular first name for females (#153 out of 4276, Top 4%) but a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Suzanne for girls. Suzanne reached its top rank of #65 in the U.S. in the 1960s, but is not ranked currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of the girl name Suzanne and affiliated names. Susan (#851 from recent data), Susanna (#1437), Susana (#1616), Suzanna, Suzie, Suzette, Suzan, Susannah, Sueann, Susann, Sanna and Susanne are the prominent varying forms of Suzanne ranked in the Top 2000. These forms of Suzanne were popular as baby names 64 years ago (usage of 4.2%) and have become much less conventional since, with forms such as Susan going out of style.
Suggested similar names are Arianne, Aryanne, Asianne, Breanne▼, Brianne▼, Danne, Deanne▼, Duane, Dyanne, Elianne, Eufane, Evanne, Gunne, Ileanne, Ivyanne, Janne, Jeanne▼, Joanne▼, Johanne, Jolanne, Josanne, Jovanne, Joyanne, Leanne▼, Leeanne, Leyanne, Lizanne, Luane, Luanne▼, Ozanne, Raeanne, Reanne, Reeanne, Rexanne, Rianne, Roanne, Roxanne▼, Rozanne, Rubianne, Ruthanne, Sannie, Savonne, Seanna, Sevanna, Shaine, Shane, Shanee, Shanie, Shanna▼, Shannae, Shannea, Shannel, Shannen, Shayanne, Shayne, Shianna, Shyanna, Shyanne▼, Sianna, Sidaine, Simonne, Sloane▲, Stanze, Suesanna, Suezanna, Sunnee, Sunnie, Susanah, Suzzanna, Swannie, Swanny, Syvonne, Yolanne, Ysanne and Zuzanna. These names tend to be less frequently used than Suzanne.