Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Susan"

People with the first name "Susan"

Susan Akrill Susan Alleyne Susan Atwell Susan Azim Susan Baller Susan Bibbings Susan Binda Susan Bligh Susan Boucher Susan Bowen-Long Susan Bowes Susan Bradshaw Susan Bragger Susan Brearley Susan Britchfield Susan Bullivant Susan Busby Susan Capel Susan Carmichael Susan Carrick Susan Chadwick Susan Challis Susan Clowes Susan Cordner Susan Costi Susan Coulter Susan Crabtree Susan Craddock Susan Cranch Susan Crandell Susan Crandley Susan Cuddy Susan Denham Susan Dewhurst-Whiteside Susan Diana Susan Dorrell Susan Drew Susan Drummond Susan Dunwiddie Susan Dupre-Smith Susan Elson Susan Fairhurst Susan Farrand Susan Froud Susan Garvey Susan Gibson-Saxty Susan Gilman Susan Golder Susan Goodfellow Susan Gough Susan Grossett Susan Guerin Susan Harries Susan Hartshorne Susan Hemmer Susan Hinks Susan Hodgkiss Susan Howgate Susan Hulbert Susan Humphries Susan Hussain Susan J. Patmore Susan Jager Susan Jervis Susan Kaemena Susan Koppelman Susan Lefebvre Susan Loar Susan Macqueen Susan Manders Susan Mayou Susan Mee Susan Montgomery Susan Orme Susan Paradine Susan Preedy Susan Putnins Susan Pym Susan Reizenstein Susan Ridley Susan Rogge Susan Round Susan Rowe-Goodey Susan Shackleton Susan Sharrard Susan Shillam Susan Stepp Susan Stratton-Symes Susan Swingler Susan Telfer Susan Toole Susan Turnell Susan Wardle Susan Weatherby Susan Wharram Susan Wieland Susan Woodroffe Susan Worsley Susan Yemm Susan Zielinski

Information about "Susan"

For this Susan there are 32005 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 30 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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