What does Suzanne mean?
Suzanne /su-z-anne/ 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: Sazanne, Sizanne, Sozanne. [more]
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), Suzanna, Suzette, Suzan, Susanna, Susana, Susann, Sanna and Susanne are the prominent varying forms of Suzanne ranked in the Top 1000. These forms of Suzanne were popular as baby names 54 years ago (usage of 0.41%) and are somewhat less conventional today (usage 0.01%, down 96%), with forms such as Susan falling out of style.
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Suggested similar baby 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.