Susanna

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See also: Súsanna and Susánná

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Σουσάννα (Sousánna), the New Testament form of Hebrew שׁוֹשַׁנָּה (šōšannā, lily).

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Susanna

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  1. A female given name
  2. (biblical) A follower of Jesus (Luke 8:3)
  3. (biblical) A book of the Apocrypha.

Quotations[edit]

  •  : Susanna 1:1-2:
    There dwelt a man in Babylon, called Joacim; And he took a wife whose name was Susanna, the daughter of Chelcias, a very fair woman, and one that feared the Lord.
    ibid.,Luke 8:1-3:
    And the twelve were with him; and certain woman which had been healed of evil spirits, Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went seven devils; and Joanna wife of Chuza Herod's steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance.

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Danish[edit]

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Susanna

  1. A female given name, a less common form of Susanne.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.

Estonian[edit]

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Susanna

  1. (biblical) Susanna
  2. A female given name, equivalent to English Susan.

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Finnish[edit]

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Susanna

  1. A female given name, equivalent to English Susan.
    • 1893 Zachris Topelius, Lukemisia lapsille 4:jäs osa (Vihkot 7,8,9), Werner Söderström, pages 15-16 ("Egyptinmaan pääsky"):
      Eihän nimi mitään vaikuta, ja hullu narri se on, joka itkeskelee siitä, että hänen nimensä on Stiina tai Susanna. Kun vain ollaan hyvä ja hurskas, se on pääasia; silloin aina koristetaan nimensä.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.
    • 1548 Se Wsi Testamenti, Lucan Euangeliumi 8:1-3:
      - - ia ne Caxitoistakymende henen cansans. Nin mös mutamat Waimot iotca hen oli parandanut pahoist Hengist ia Taudheist nimitten Maria ioca cutzuttin Magdalena iosta seitzemen Perkelet olit vloslectenet Ja Johanna Chusan Herodesen Foudhin Emende ia Susanna ia monda mwta iotca hende paluelit heiden Tauarastans.
    • 1992 Raamattu, Luuk. 8:1-3:
      Hänellä oli seurassaan kaksitoista opetuslastaan sekä muutamia naisia, jotka hän oli parantanut taudeista ja vapauttanut pahojen henkien vallasta. Näitä olivat Magdalan Maria, josta hän oli ajanut ulos seitsemän pahaa henkeä, Johanna, jonka aviomies Kuusas oli Herodeksen korkeita virkamiehiä, sekä Susanna. Lisäksi oli monia muita naisia, ja kaikki nämä avustivat heitä omilla varoillaan.
      [A]nd the twelve were with him, and certain women, which had been healed of evil spirits, Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went seven devils, and Joanna wife of Chuza Herod's steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance. (KJV Luke 8:1-3)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Susanna (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative Susanna Susannat
genitive Susannan Susannojen
partitive Susannaa Susannoja
illative Susannaan Susannoihin
singular plural
nominative Susanna Susannat
accusative nom. Susanna Susannat
gen. Susannan
genitive Susannan Susannojen
Susannainrare
partitive Susannaa Susannoja
inessive Susannassa Susannoissa
elative Susannasta Susannoista
illative Susannaan Susannoihin
adessive Susannalla Susannoilla
ablative Susannalta Susannoilta
allative Susannalle Susannoille
essive Susannana Susannoina
translative Susannaksi Susannoiksi
instructive Susannoin
abessive Susannatta Susannoitta
comitative Susannoineen

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German[edit]

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Susanna

  1. A female given name, variant of Susanne.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.

Italian[edit]

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Susanna f

  1. A female given name, cognate to English Susan.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.

Norwegian[edit]

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Susanna

  1. A female given name, a less common form of Susanne.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.

Swedish[edit]

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Susanna c (genitive Susannas)

  1. A female given name, cognate to English Susan.
  2. (biblical) Susanna.

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