Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Susan"

People with the first name "Susan"

Susan A. Ruffell Susan Alford Susan Barrington-Prowse Susan Beavers Susan Bell-Ogle Susan Bellows Susan Bevis Susan Binns-Hall Susan Blake-Wilson Susan Bogle Susan Bonnamy-Scarrott Susan Brace Susan Braine-Porter Susan Buchanan Susan Budge Susan Byrd Susan C. Smith Susan Capstick Susan Carter-Shepherd Susan Castling Susan Castree-Williams Susan Challacombe Susan Clapham Susan Comber Susan Craven Susan Crosland Susan Dack Susan Dally Susan Davis-Haller Susan Deas-Hughes Susan Denyer Susan Devenish Susan Digby Susan Dolton Susan Dovey Susan Downs Susan Dreksler Susan Edge Susan Enders Susan Enderson Susan Findlay Susan Gander Susan Ginever-Bryant Susan Godbold Susan Gorst Susan Gosling-Davis Susan Gouveia Susan Griesbach Susan Griff Susan Hendy-Geoffrey Susan Hider Susan Hocken Susan Horsford Susan Hotchkiss Susan Jowitt Susan Kearley Susan Kirsch Susan Lack Susan Larkin Susan Leathley Susan Leedham Susan Lienau Susan Lindner Susan Lockyer Susan Lowrey-Dyer Susan M. Sprague Susan Maiden Susan Masten Susan Maunders Susan McHendry Susan McIlhinney Susan McRae-Adams Susan Mizen Susan Nove Susan Paddock Susan Pattison Susan Perl Susan Persaud Susan Peterkin Susan Powell-Corkan Susan Poxon Susan Quilter Susan Raufer Susan Resavy Susan Roddy Susan Ruark Susan Satchell Susan Scrimgeour Susan Sheard Susan Sherwali Susan Skillington Susan Smitherman Susan Steyn Susan Tilburn-Hunter Susan Todman Susan Tooby Susan Walker-Stokes Susan Wickens Susan Williams-Raahauge Susan Willows

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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