Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Susan"

People with the first name "Susan"

Susan Abbas Susan Ajok Susan Arnaud Susan Batch Susan Bechtold Susan Billyard Susan Blurton Susan Boggess Susan Bohlen Susan Brearey Susan Broatch Susan Broza Susan Cackett Susan Corrado Susan Courtney-Smith Susan Crabgrass Susan Creegan Susan Crute Susan Daisy Susan Dalley Susan Dallow Susan Daltry Susan Devane Susan Don Nicol Susan Draeger Susan Dudzinski Susan Dunhill Susan Ewington Susan Faville Susan Gillings Susan Goodfield Susan Graham-Kahn Susan Grieger Susan Harbor Susan Hase Susan Heynes Susan Hick Susan Hilderley Susan Hitchinson Susan Hua Susan Human Susan Jone Susan Karl Susan Kilby-Amos Susan Kimberlin Susan Kret Susan Le-Bourdon Susan Leavey Susan Littner Susan Lyth Susan Mahin Susan Martyn-Jones Susan Mauro Susan Mcculley Susan Mcginlay Susan Meachum Susan Montagna Susan Monti Susan Moran-Hall Susan Morriss Susan Moyers Susan Munyao Susan Neville-Smith Susan Nowicki Susan Old Susan Pateman Susan Paulley Susan Pelley Susan Pemble Susan Peock Susan Pepe Susan Pulko Susan Raeside Susan Rainforth Susan Santer Susan Satterthwaite Susan Searcy Susan Semenak Susan Shear Susan Sidlauskas Susan Smith-Weston Susan Sodergren Susan Srinivas Susan Szpakowski Susan Tas Susan Thomas-Richardson Susan Thornton-Bjork Susan Thorton Susan Throop Susan Thwaite Susan Tod Susan Tonkin Susan Tuson Susan Walker-Russell Susan Whitla Susan Whitmill Susan Whykes Susan Wigington Susan Zugg Susan van-de-Vyver

Information about "Susan"

For this Susan there are 32465 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Susan are: Anderson, Bagnall, Blake

In the ranking of the most common first names Susan is on position 19.

During the last seven days Susan was searched for 53 times.

Meaning of "Susan"

Female first name (English): Susan, Lily, Hebrew (Old Testament); Shoshan = the lily; Sheshe = the water lily (Egyptian), from the Greek form 'Sous Anna' a Hebrew name 'Schoschanna' or 'Shoshana', with the meaning 'lily', the underlying Hebrew word has Egyptian roots, in the Apocrypha, there is a story of 'Susanne in the Bath', which is wrongly accused

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