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What does Zanne mean?

Zanne Pronunciation of Zanne [zanne] as a name for girls is of Hebrew derivation, and the name Zanne means "lily, rose". Zanne is an alternate form of Susan (Hebrew): short transcription of Susanna and Susannah. Zanne is also a form of Suzanne (French, Hebrew). Zanne is also used as a variant of Zanna (Hebrew).

Associated with: lily (flower).


Zanne has 3 variants: San, Sueann and Sueanne.

5 more relations via Susan, Suzanne, Zanna: Sanna, Suanny, Susanne, Zana and Zannie.

Creative forms:
(female) Zanni, Zune, ..

(male) Zanah, Zanze, ..

Middle name pairings:
Zanne Ariella (Z.A.), ..

How popular is Zanne?

Zanne is an unusual first name for females. Zanne is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Susan (#929 from recent data), Suzanne, Zana, Susanne, San, Sueann and Sanna are the popular alternative forms of Zanne (outside Top 2000). Other forms, like Sueanne, are uncommon. These forms of Zanne were at the apex of their popularity during 1950-1959 (adoption of 4.19%) and are now significantly less widespread (adoption 0.01%, 99.7%), with versions like Susanne becoming somewhat outmoded. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of San, Sueann, Susan, Susanne, Suzanne, Zana in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Sanna outside U.S.

Similar Names

Zanne is pronounced similarly to Sine, Zin and Zoanne. Other recommended names are Anne, Bonne, Dafne, Dagne, Dane, Danne, Dawne, Dayne, Deanne, Dianne, Dyanne, Evanne, Faune, Fawne, Gunne, Hanne, Jaine, Jane, Janene, Janine, Janne, Jayne, Jeanne, Jenne, Joanne, Laine, Lane, Layne, Leanne, Lianne, Luanne, Lynne, Marne, Minne, Nanine, Osanne, Ozanne, Paine, Payne, Raene, Raine, Rayne, Reanne, Renne, Rianne, Roanne, Ryanne, Tianne, Winne, Wynne, Ysanne, Zadie, Zahna, Zaina, Zanda, Zandie, Zandy, Zayna, Zenna, Zhanae, Zhane and Zoanna. These names tend to be more commonly used than Zanne.

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