Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Susan"

People with the first name "Susan"

Susan Abrahamson Susan Allanach Susan Artis Susan Billington Susan Bolan Susan Bradley-Watson Susan Bridle Susan Brothwood Susan Bullimore Susan C-Morris Susan Campbell-Orde Susan Cayton Susan Chipman Susan Claffey Susan Cleverly Susan Conrad Susan Cornthwaite Susan Crain Susan Danton Susan Deeprose Susan Dew Susan Dinsley Susan Doe Susan Eberlein Susan Elton Susan Esdaile Susan Espinosa Susan Fajana-Thomas Susan Farmar Susan Farren Susan Forster-Jones Susan Gauld Susan Giddings Susan Goldsworthy Susan Guinness-Taylor Susan Handyside Susan Hannums Susan Harding-Hubbard Susan Harold Susan Hateley Susan Havenhand Susan Hepner Susan Hiller Susan Hitching Susan Horsburgh Susan Horsey Susan Humble Susan Huxtable-Jones Susan Infante Susan Jobson Susan Jourdain Susan Kearton Susan Klotz Susan Laws Susan Lester-Cribb Susan Leyland Susan Llewellyn-Dunn Susan Lockwood-Wingate Susan Macrae Susan Manson Susan Maplethorpe Susan Marie Susan McKeeman Susan McNarry Susan Millis Susan Morphew Susan Moxey Susan Neary Susan Oldendorp Susan Omanga Susan Panahizadi Susan Phan Susan Philippe Susan Potton Susan Poyntz-Roberts Susan Pratley Susan Renhard Susan Ridd Susan Rowbottom Susan Runciman Susan Shattock Susan Short Susan Sutterby Susan Talmage Susan Tincknell Susan Tookey Susan Trangmar Susan Tuckley Susan Tyfield Susan Venner Susan Weatherstone Susan Weedon Susan Wessel Susan Westley Susan Wolmarans Susan Wynne-Robinson Susan al-Azzawi Susan de Brett Susan de Roos Susan van-Lieshout

Information about "Susan"

For this Susan there are 32168 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 17 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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