Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Susan"

People with the first name "Susan"

Susan Allcorn Susan Allen-Huxley Susan Ashforth Susan Attenborough Susan Aylward Susan Backshall Susan Balerdi Susan Ballantine Susan Biggin Susan Blackhurst Susan Bland Susan Bokla Susan Botham Susan Brailsford Susan Callow Susan Campbell-Dargie Susan Caplan Susan Carmedy Susan Chalk Susan Cheyney Susan Cieslik Susan Corcoran Susan Cowles Susan Coxhead Susan Darlington-Pearce Susan Davies-Roper Susan Deans Susan Dearden Susan Deaville-Bray Susan Delgado Susan Dickenson Susan Donne-Davis Susan Dougan Susan Exley Susan Eyton Susan Faure-Alexander Susan Fisk Susan Forman Susan Gervaise-Jones Susan Goldschmidt Susan Gorse Susan Grande Susan Greensmith Susan Gunasekera Susan Harcup-Rudd Susan Harden Susan Hegarty Susan Hembrow Susan Hitchens Susan Horsley Susan Humber Susan Keston Susan Killenberg Susan Kilroe Susan Kingsbury Susan L. Lennox Susan Leadbetter Susan Lockyer-Heath Susan Macieira Susan Mackessack Susan Malcolm-Bonny Susan Mallard Susan Mason-Burns Susan McGann Susan McGinty Susan McKie Susan Merrick Susan Merrifield Susan Milner Susan Moggach Susan Moyse Susan Muturi Susan Nealey Susan Newbould Susan Paget-Tomlinson Susan Paley Susan Patience Susan Pocock Susan Potter-Clarke Susan Premru Susan Renfree Susan Rifkin Susan Roles Susan Ryall Susan Seagraves Susan Severs Susan Sharpe Susan Sky Susan Spagnoli Susan Stember Susan Strongitharm Susan Styles Susan Teasdale Susan Thain Susan Tittle Susan Tooley Susan Winterbourne Susan Woodrup Susan de Lima Susan du Plooy

Information about "Susan"

For this Susan there are 33110 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 12 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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