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Susannah or Susanna or Susan or Susanne

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findmeawell Sun 18-Sep-11 13:07:07

What one?


lchodge Sun 18-Sep-11 13:10:17

Susannah or Susanna for me. Either spelling really.

pinkhebe Sun 18-Sep-11 13:19:08

I like Susannah

picnicbasketcase Sun 18-Sep-11 13:26:05

In order of preference:


Rhubarbgarden Sun 18-Sep-11 13:45:20


whackamole Sun 18-Sep-11 13:46:20

Susanna/h. Don't like Susan or Susanne.

I like Suzanna/h as well.

Ebb Sun 18-Sep-11 13:47:50

Susannah. I'm a Susan. It's boring. grin

Ihavewelliesbutitssunny Sun 18-Sep-11 14:01:52

either Susannah or Suzannah, not so keen on the others. Like Suzy/ie and Susie/y as nns too.

MrsHuxtable Sun 18-Sep-11 15:08:15


EdithWeston Sun 18-Sep-11 15:15:14

Susannah or Susan (or Suzanne).

tummytickler Sun 18-Sep-11 16:03:07

I love Susan. The others are a bit too fussy. Susan is on our list.

dearheart Sun 18-Sep-11 16:17:27

Susannah - I wanted this for dd. Gorgeous name.

funnypeculiar Sun 18-Sep-11 16:19:27

Suzannah/Suzanne/Suzanna for me

ibbydibby Sun 18-Sep-11 17:02:44

I am a Susan, and love all of these! Have you thought of Susana? (think this is Spanish version of Susannah)

ripstheirthroatoutliveupstairs Sun 18-Sep-11 17:07:11

I haven't seen the name Susan for an age and a half.
DD had a friend called Suzannah, she was a nice little thing. Parents called her Sooze or Suzi.

GloriaVanderbilt Sun 18-Sep-11 17:07:41

I know one, it's a beautiful name sadly in stark contrast to an unfortunate personality. So make sure your child is really great and it'll be fine smile

KateF Mon 19-Sep-11 13:23:19

I have a Susannah (Suzy). Despite the fact that no-one can spell it and she can't buy anything with her name on (not necessarily a bad thing) it's a great name smile. Also, we've only ever met one other and that wasn't in our home town.

BTW Most people misspell it as Suzanna so if that matters to you maybe go for that spelling

SootySweepandSue Mon 19-Sep-11 13:24:51

Lots of possible nn with it. Good choice all are goodsmile

BuntyPenfold Mon 19-Sep-11 13:25:53

Susan every time.

Suzanne is very 70s.

ChessPiece Mon 19-Sep-11 13:42:31


suntansue Mon 19-Sep-11 13:49:36

I'm Susan and I hate my namesad only my mum is allowed to call me Susan and get away with it lol sue to everyone else, even on my c.vgrin

mathanxiety Mon 19-Sep-11 15:36:04

Susanna or Susannah are lovely. I like Suzette too, and Shoshana.

Meteorite Mon 19-Sep-11 17:18:15

I like Susan best. Nice, simple, understated.

exoticfruits Mon 19-Sep-11 17:30:47


purpleturtle Mon 19-Sep-11 17:37:16

I have a Susannah - and as KateF said, it is frequently misspelled - even by my SIL!

Susan is my mum's name, and it does seem to be very popular among women around her age. I'm not sure whether it's quite enough of an 'old lady' name to have made a come back yet. Although come to think of it, I do know a couple of Susans in their 30s.

Anyway, if it helps in any way at all (probably not grin) the order you listed the names in the OP would be my order of preference.


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