Suse

Suse meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Lily, Rose, Anemone and True Beauty
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Suse is a derivative of Susanna. Susanna is variant of prevalent, biblical and immutable Suzanne. Susanna came from Hebrew, meaning of Susanna is "Anemone, Lily and True Beauty".

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Popularity of Suse

Suse is a common baby name in Germany while it is somewhat familiar in Brazil, Portugal, DR Congo, Zambia, India and Nepal. According to our research, over 4000 babies have been named Suse globally.

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Suse in Nordic countries

CountriesWomen
First NameSecondary Name
Netherlands4723
Sweden43
Denmark10

Numerological analysis of Suse

Seeking for a higher purpose makes everything seem senseless and not worth your time and effort. You practically became the Superman you once admired. To have number 8 as your soul urge number reveals your wish to be financially stable, so you don't have to worry about the future so much. Next time you question your value and purpose, just remember that you are a genius. When it comes to love, you are a hopeless romantic who dreams of finding your soul mate.

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