From French Suzanne.
- A female given name.
- 1987 Alexander Walker, The Life of Vivien Leigh, Grove Press (1994), ISBN 0802132596, page 43:
- 'Suzanne' was the name given to the baby. It was Vivian's choice, but she had doubts about it later. Wasn't it a shade on the exotic side? Perhaps 'Susan' was preferable.
- Popular in English-speaking countries in the middle of the twentieth century.
- A female given name, cognate to English Susan.
- (biblical) Susanna.