What does Suzette mean?
Suzette [suzette] as a name for girls has its root in Hebrew, and Suzette means "lily, rose". Suzette is a variant form of Susan (Hebrew): short variant of Susanna and Susannah. Suzette is also a variation of Suzanne (French, Hebrew).
Associated with: lily (flower).
Suzette▼ has 1 variant: Susette.Creative forms:
(female) Suzade, Suzethe, ..
(male) Suzetil, .. Middle name pairings:
Suzette Kathy (S.K.), ..
How popular is Suzette?
Suzette is a very prominent first name for women (#835 out of 4276, Top 20%) but an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Suzette entered the list in 1930-1939 and reached its peak rank of #380 in the U.S. during the years 1960-1969, but is not listed currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Suzette ranked in the Top 2000 are Susan (#929 in 2015), Susette, Suzanne and Suzie. Other variants, like Suze, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Suzette reached its peak 65 years ago (adoption of 4.2%) and has become significantly diminished since, with versions such as Suzette becoming less trendy.
Suzette▼ is pronounced similarly to Cecette. Other recommended names are Alette, Anette, Ariette, Auberte (see Alberta), Brette, Brunette, Cosette, Cozette, Eevette (see Evette), Eliette, Elyette, Emmette, Evette, Eyvette, Genette, Gilette, Hette, Huette, Hugette, Hughette, Huguette, Idette, Janette▼, Jazette, Joette, Jolette, Jonette, Josette, Jozette, Julette, Juliette▲, Julyette, Junette, Kolette, Korette, Lanette, Laurette, Lavette, Lisette▼, Lizette▼, Lonette, Lorette, Loucette, Lucette, Lunette, Lurette, Luzette, Lynette▼, Lyzbette (see Elizabeth), Lyzette, Marette, Mosette, Musette, Nadette, Nanette▼, Olette, Ornette, Paulette▼, Rayette, Robette, Ronette, Sabrette, Sarette, Sarotte (see Sarah), Seleste, Shakette (see Sha-), Soubrette, Sylvette, Wanette, Wyette, Yette, Yolette, Yuette and Yvette▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Suzette.See names in meaning and etymology.