Suzy meaning and origin
Suzy's meaning is Lily is mainly used in Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian and English has its origin in Hebrew is used for girls. Suzy is diminutive of Suzanne. Suzanne is variant of ever lasting and biblical Susanna. Originated from Hebrew, Widely Accepted Suzanne, Suzanne means "Form of Susan and Lily". Suzy is abridged form of Susanna. Susanna is variant form of all time favorite and eminent Suzanne. Trendy Susanna's origin is Hebrew, meaning of Susanna is "True Beauty, Lily and Anemone". Suzy is short of Susan. Susan is version of biblical, dominant and unfading Suzanne. Susan is short version of Susanna. Susan is English form of Susanna. Meaning of Susan is Flower, A Pretty Plant and Lily has origin in Hebrew and English. It is celebrated on August 11th.
Variants of SuzyNames that rhyme with Suzy
Popularity of Suzy
A common name in United States having over 4139 recievers in 90 years of usage. At present the moniker is on a rise, in 1962, it ranked 682nd when 227 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. Also, In France, Suzy was once a common name since emerging in 1919 it has been given to over 5396 babies. At its zenith in 1937,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 100 years.
Suzy is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, although it has been in use since 1996 but could not make beyond the top 2000. Over 132 babies in England and Wales have been named Suzy. In Belgium, it is relatively new, first appeared in 2008. But Suzy is a popular baby name in Egypt where every 1 in 3000 have the name as well as in Brazil. According to our research, at least 100000 people have been bestowed Suzy around the globe.
Suzy in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Suzy
You aren't born to prove yourself to anyone but yourself. Often you wonder if there's such thing as ‘higher purpose'? Be proud of yourself because even if you doubt your value, people like you are rare these days. No one can hurt you unless you let it. When it comes to life goals, you dream big, meaning you are ambitious and self-confident. You have an excellent memory and you recall every detail from your past.
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- Evette - Famed Evette came from Germanic and Hebrew is used in French and English, meaning of Evette is "Yew Tree, Living One or Life" is bestowed upon girls
- Marie-Josée - Hebrew name Marie-Josée means "Princess of the Sea or God Adds"
- Madelaine - Uncustomary Madelaine mostly is used in French and Finnish aimed at girls, meaning of Madelaine is "Villager of Galilee Where Lived Mary Magdalene, Native of Magdala or From the Tower" has its origin in Hebrew
- Jean-Charles - The Jean-Charles has origin in Hebrew and German, Jean-Charles means "God is Merciful or Robust"
Namesakes of Suzy
- Suzy Shuster, American broadcaster and Emmy Award winning sportscaster with ABC Sports
- Suzy Gorman, American photographer based in St
- Suzy Tavarez, on-air radio personality for the Boston
- Suzy Becker, American author, illustrator, entrepreneur
- Suzy Covey, comics scholar
- Suzy Parker, American model and actress active
- Suzy Bogguss, American country music singer and songwriter
- Suzy Rice, screenwriter, author of fiction
- Suzy McKee Charnas, American novelist and short story writer
- Suzy Kolber, American football sideline reporter, co-producer
- Suzy Chaffee, former Olympic alpine ski racer and actress
- Suzy Favor Hamilton, American former middle-distance runner
- Suzy Cato, Australian-born New Zealand children's entertainer
- Suzy Welch, American author, television commentator
- Suzy Batkovic, Australian women's basketball player
- Suzy Spafford, American cartoonist best
- Suzy Delair, French actress and singer
- Suzy Menkes, British journalist and fashion critic
- Suzy Lee, children's book illustrator and author
- Suzy Nakamura, American actress of Japanese descent
- Suzy Whaley, professional golfer, from Connecticut
- Suzy Mandel, stage name of a former actress and model best
- Suzy Solidor, French singer and actress
- Suzy Merchant, college coach
- Suzy Bofia, Cameroonian collegiate basketball player
- Suzy Aitchison, English television actress best
- Suzy Korel in Beg! as Casting Director
- Suzy Soro in The Dinner Party as Actress
- Suzy Myers in A Connisseuer's Revenge as Actress
- Suzy Benzinger in Blue Jasmine as Costume Designer
- Suzy Cote in The Guiding Light as Actress
- Suzy Cato-Gashler in The Power, the Passion as Actress
- Suzy Freeman in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button as Costume and Wardrobe Department
- Suzy Prim was a theatrical and cinematographic actress of French nationality.
- Suzy Amis in movie The Ballad of Little Jo as Actress
- In 1966, Suzy Arruda characterized the role of N in comedy, musical movie Essa Gatinha é Minha.
- In 1923, Suzy Boldès played the role of N in film La douloureuse méprise.
- Suzy Camacho, from 1978 drama flick Meus Homens, Meus Amores, who played N.
- Suzy Carrier portrayed the significant character of Christiane Fontange in 1948 comedy flick Bichon.
- In 2000, Suzy Cooper characterized the role of Ocean in crime, drama film Spinning Candyfloss.
- In 1950 animation and family flick, Jeannot l'intrépide, Suzy Dornac characterized Various Characters.
- Suzy Kendall played leading character of Fraülein Doktor in 1969 drama and history flick Fräulein Doktor.
- Suzy Love, from 1921 comedy movie Pervenche, who played Pervenche.
- Suzy Miller, from 1956 comedy, music flick Saison in Oberbayern, who characterized Uschi.
- Suzy Pierson, from 1927 drama, romance film La glace à trois faces, who portrayed the Athalia.
- Suzy Stokey, from 1984 horror movie The Power, who portrayed the Sandy.
- In 1917 drama film, Le geste, Suzy Depsy played N.
- In 1974 crime, thriller flick, O Exorcista de Mulheres, Suzy Darling played N.
- Suzy Fresnay, from 1928 movie Flamenca la gitane, who played the N.
- In 1920 film, Illusions, Suzy Renard portrayed N.
- In 1920, Suzy Netmo portrayed the role of Marie-Anne in adventure flick Le trésor de Kériolet.