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Name Suzanne - Meaning and origin

Name Suzanne - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Elders, French, Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

From Hebrew, shushân meaning "lily", symbol of purity.
This name was popular in the sixth and twentieth centuries, then fell to oblivion, resurfaced today. This is the name of the daughter of the former presenter of Canal + Daphne Bürki. In the Bible, Suzanne is a very beautiful woman that two notables, religious court judges, surprised naked. As she refused them, they took revenge by accusing her of adultery. She was saved in extremis by the prophet Daniel. St. Suzanne, Roman martyr of the third century, was not so lucky, she was strangled for refusing to marry the son of Doctetian.
His birthday: August 11th.
Famous Suzanne: actress Suzanne Flon, painter Suzanne Valadon, singer Suzanne Vega, tennis player Suzanne Lenglen ...
Its derivatives: Sosana, Sue, Sukey, Susan, Susana, Susanita, Susanna, Susannah, Susie, Suzanna, Suzy ...

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