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This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Suzanne in the U.S. since 1880.

A few facts about the girl's name Suzanne:

  • Records indicate that 216,572 girls in the United States have been named Suzanne since 1880.

  • The greatest number of people were given this name in 1962, when 6,855 people in the U.S. were given the name Suzanne. Those people are now 56 years old.

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    Comments about the name Suzanne

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      30 Positive Comments

  • "My name is Suzanne - period. People often mis- spell it which is cause of concern particularly with doctors/hospitals. Mix up of names is common and can lead to misidentification causing many problems with hospitals, doctors, voting records, DMV. The name Suzy is particularly abhorrent - called that as child and had to wage ?war? to be called Suzanne. I won!" Aug. 30, 2018: Report as inappropriate

  • "I am a Suzanne from 1962. I didn't like my name growing up and thought it very formal. But now I love it, it's a great adult name, very responsible. I have no middle name either, so it is my identifying name. My mother loved the name which satisfies me. I do however like being called Suzie a lot now though." Feb. 12, 2018: Report as inappropriate

  • "My sister-in-law named her daughter Suzanne Elizabeth last year. I think its very pretty, if maybe a little long, but they love it. I bet she'll be the only girl her age with the name Suzanne, nothing wrong with that!" Nov. 10, 2017: Report as inappropriate

  • "Suzanne is a pretty name. There are so mnay songs titled Suzanne. Leonard Cohen's song "Suzanne" is completely amazing. I'm almost 38 and my name is Suzanne Paige. I like my middle name too. Its cool to like your name and I feel bad for people who don't. Your parents gave it to you!" Mar. 25, 2016: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne. I was born in 1957. I love my name. I have never had a desire to shorten it. It is only two syllables - it does not need shortening. When I was young, my father called me Suzy Q. I liked that. When I researched my genealogy (still working on that), I learned of my French heritage, a few hundred years back but, it does explain a few things. The name Suzanne is sophisticated and not too common. If someone mistakenly calls me Susan or spells Susan, I am quick to correct them. My name is Suzanne, not Susan or - that spells Susan. I said my name is Suzanne. Then I spell it so it is crystal clear. If their name was Bob, I would not call them Bill. If their name was Maureen, I would not call them Moron. Well, maybe... just kidding." May. 5, 2015: Report as inappropriate

  • "Well, it's obviously a beautiful name. I have three friends who have used 'Suzanne' as the middle name for their baby girl, all in just the last two years. They all love the name, but I think they feel it is a bit old-fashioned for a first name, not sure though. I really like the name, and have a 38 year old cousin named Suzanne Noelle which I think is really pretty." Jan. 14, 2015: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne and I LOVE it! My parents named me after my father's favorite actress - Suzanne Pleshette. I'm not very fond of the various nicknames people have come up with without asking me if it's alright; my least favorite is Sue - it just DOESN'T suit me. But, when my grandmother was alive, she would sometimes call me 'Suzy Ann' which was fun and special because it was just from her. I am often called 'Sue' or 'Susan' when people don't know any better. But my friends and family call me 'Suzanne' or 'Zanne', which is also a fun nickname." Jun. 18, 2014: Report as inappropriate

  • "I am a Suzanne. It was the same story with me and people calling me Susan, that always bothered me. A boy ,i kind of liked, wrote a message to me on the chalkboard in drama class in high school and he wrote out SUZY (he probably just didnt know how to spell my name either)but i was thrilled when it stuck. I had a friend correct me another time when i introduced myself to her boss as Suzanne. She later told me she didnt know that was my name. My friends know me as Suzy but my family still calls me Suzanne. She asked me what I like to be called and I said Suzanne" Jun. 11, 2014: Report as inappropriate

  • "I'm a Suzanne and I like it. However, everyone always spells it wrong like Sussie which I don't really like. People also say Suzz which I don't like at all. On my first day in 4th grade the teacher was doing the register and learning names. She was going down the list and asking each person if they had an alternative name/nickname. Thomas' were Toms, Benjamins were Bens and then it got down to me. I blurted out Suzie. Bad idea. It literally stuck forever. Up to now people who went to the same school as me then still call me Suzie. Although when I got into high school I didn't make the same mistake. On the other hand, people at school who I really, really didn't like called me Suzanne___ with my last name as one word: so annoying. I really should have gone with Suzie. Not that I like it or anything but it was better." Jun. 7, 2014: Report as inappropriate

  • "I really like my name. As a kid people called me Suzie which I hated but as an adult I really am thrilled that I have a name I love. My niece wants to name her baby Suzanne... she loves the name and does not seem to care that her friends think it is "old-fashioned." Never thought I would hear my name be referred to as out of date, but yeah, I guess it is. Better than some of the horrible names people are using now. They are so cheesy." Feb. 18, 2014: Report as inappropriate

  • "Love my name. Hate, hate, hate being called Susan. The name Suzanne is never used anymore, it's out of the top 1000 names listed by the SSA, so younger people- in their 20's always get it wrong, or look at me like "Huh? how do you spell that?" It's so weird, that my name is offically dated, but it's beautiful. HBO has a show, 'Bored to Death' and the lead character is trying to get his ex-girlfriend back. She is about 25, and named Suzanne. Not realistic. You won't find a Suzanne in her 20's, and very few if any in their 30's. Their loss. It is a classic, sexy name." Sep. 29, 2011: Report as inappropriate

  • "I think my name is pretty and classic. You meet girls named Suzanne who are really pretty, rich and popular. I'm not being snobby, it's just the truth. I love having a French name with a "z" in it. I would not want any other name, so I am lucky." Apr. 30, 2011: Report as inappropriate

  • "I love my name! I'm 43 and there were soooo many girls in my class named Susan, and I was the only Suzanne. Susan is the absolute worst. Sure, I wanted a different name when I was younger, like Meghan, Ashley etc. But Suzanne is sophisticated and classy. The only other name I like as much, for myself, would be Kathryn." Dec. 1, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne! I'm pretty awesome except that time I cheated on my bf hahahahaha! Cheers!" Aug. 8, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "Love my name!! Except of course... being called Susan. Don't like Susan- boring. I agree with everyone else: why is it so hard to realize there is a difference? I'll say 'Suzanne' and they will write down 'Susan, so then of course they'll call me back as Susan." Jan. 9, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "i used to hate my name when i was a teenager and insisted people call me suzi. now im a bit older i find suzanne sounds more grown up and professional. most close friends call me suz but they have to earn the privilage!! i hate it when im called sue or susan, there just such common names!" Sep. 22, 2009: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne and it's nice to know that I'm not the only one who gets really annoyed when people call you Susan. I like the name Susan, but it's not me - I'm SUZANNE! My old boss, Harry, used to call me Susan so I started calling him Larry and he hated it. Doing this works great at making people call you by the correct name! People don't realize how important a name is until you mess up theirs." Dec. 3, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "I LOVE my name. I hated it when I was younger because it was so different from the other kids. I desperately wanted to be "Ashley" or "Megan." Now, I can really appreciate my name. I am Suzanne when being my professional, put-together, classy self; I am Suzzy or Suz when I am my down-to-earth, goofy self. I love that my name is as flexible as I am!" Aug. 10, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "I was born in 1951, and there were always a lot of Susans in my classes (one year there were four, out of a total of thirty children!) I often get called Susan, and correct people when necessary. I also found that there are a lot of people who can't spell it! But over the years I've gotten quite used to spelling it out. It is nice to have a variation on what used to be a very common name." May. 7, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "I agree when people call me "Susan" it gets to me to! Although kids come up with some cute versions if unable to prounouce, like "Zan". I don't run into other Suzanne's very often although over the last month I have run into about 5 others!" Jan. 12, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "It's nice name. It's not too common and easy to remeber. It's the French version of Susan. I find TV charaters wiith this name tend to be airheads and I don't like that association. The spelling is very pretty. I hope it becomes popular again." Jul. 12, 2007: Report as inappropriate

  • "It's nice name. It's not too common and easy to remeber. It's the French version of Susan. I find TV charaters wiith this name tend to be airheads and I don't like that association. The spelling is very pretty. I hope it becomes popular again." Jul. 12, 2007: Report as inappropriate

  • "I guess my name peaked in 1960 wow I am not that old though. It's annoying because people always say something other than Suzanne. I don't like Sue, Susan, Suzie, etc. I like Suzanne or Suzannah best." Jan. 26, 2007: Report as inappropriate

  • "Believe it or not, I am one of three Suzanne's in my office, but this is definitely an unusual circumstance. I understand this name is not used much now, so it sounds too "old" to name a baby nowadays. I think Susannah might work better these days. I dislike being called Susan, but I've made my peace with it -- it's gonna happen and keep happening. Often when I "correct" people or stress the pronunciation Suzanne, I get a response like, "Oh, SuZANNNE!" like I am being silly and pseudo-French, as if I had decided to pronounce Karen like KaRENNE or Elizabeth like AyleesaBETH. That's annoying." Jan. 25, 2007: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne. I love it but I am constantly called Sue, Sue Ann, or Susan which, you would think after 40+ years, I would used to it but it's one that you constantly have to say S-U-Z-A-N-N-E to people. Too many variations of a nickname to list here." Aug. 10, 2006: Report as inappropriate

  • "I always loved my name; Suzanne is classy and formal and my nickname, Suzi, is fun and whimsical. At 30 I like having those options in my name!" Aug. 2, 2006: Report as inappropriate

  • "I have a friend named Suzanne and she's the most beautiful, amazing, and strong person I know." Jun. 25, 2006: Report as inappropriate

  • "I love it! It is my name and I was so glad my mom named me something classy, sophisticated and pretty. Cute names are nice for little girls, but this name is great for little girls and adults! I used a classy name for my own daughter!" Dec. 5, 2005: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Susan---very boring---and I often tell people it is Suzanne---a much more elegant variation." Sep. 2, 2005: Report as inappropriate

  • "The nam Suzanne is so classy, and unique in it's own way. I love my name and wouldn't change it for the world!" Jul. 4, 2005: Report as inappropriate

      3 Negative Comments

  • "I hate this name. Something about it bugs me, but I have no idea what, exactly. The fact that nobody names their girls this also makes me hate it. It isn't my name, I just hate it and say it needs to go on the retired names list. For good." Apr. 25, 2012: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzanne and I'm 35 years old. I have never met another Suzanne (but many Susan and Susannah). I don't feel that the name suits me. When I was in my teens, I wanted to be called Sue or Suzie. Now I stick with Suzanne but if I could change my name (without hurting my parents feelings), I would." Jul. 21, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "my names suzanne i hate it some times i get called susan bole its ayyoin but i punch them :D" Mar. 19, 2010: Report as inappropriate

      20 Neutral Comments

  • "Can?t stand it. Why would anyone call a girl this name. Dreadful. Please. Let?s retire this name along with Bertha and Hazel." Dec. 21, 2018: Report as inappropriate

  • "i love my name , i was born in 1962, my dad chose my name after someone in an american drama called 77 sunset strip, there were no other suzannes in my year at school, like many others cannot bear being called susan, prefer to e called by my full name although funnily enough dad always called me sue and mum still calls me sue" May. 2, 2018: Report as inappropriate

  • "I am a Suzanne from 1962. Even though that was the most common year for the name Suzanne I have only run into a handful of Suzanne's in my lifetime. Yes, I hate being called Susan and will correct someone if they call me that. I have went by Suzie, Suz, Sue, and Suzy Q." Jul. 11, 2017: Report as inappropriate

  • "My mom, Suzanne, named me, her son, Susan after my grampa, Susan. My Gramma Marie asked that my mom name me, Susan, after her father. Mom states that everyone calls her Susan instead of Suzanne, while she explains that I her son am Susan like her father, not Sue, Suzie, or Suzanne--girl names. Mom jokes about changing my name to Suzanne, and I think this would be fine if this is what people need to finally call me Susan!" Feb. 17, 2016: Report as inappropriate

  • "I like suzzane name. I search a girl her name is suzzane or suzzy but. I cant find her just I meet her in internet sites she life in new yark she is 3O old if any body now abaut her just send me a mail tanku dears.... its my amil." Jan. 17, 2016: Report as inappropriate

  • "well is it wrong that I actually spell the name Suzanne like this Suszanne, it is my daughters middle name" Jan. 28, 2013: Report as inappropriate

  • "my proper name is susan, which i hate everyone calls me suzannah, which i prefer," May. 17, 2012: Report as inappropriate

  • "I met a Frenchmen the other day, and he was overjoyed when I told him my name. "Suzanne? With a "Z"? He started speaking rapid french and then told me how much he loved the name. Kind of made my day. Merci." Aug. 10, 2011: Report as inappropriate

  • "There is a Starbucks that I go to that misspells my name EVERY time. I don't understand why it is so hard for people." Jan. 2, 2011: Report as inappropriate

  • "i am a susan and yes i know how u people feel about others gettin your name wrong..... but also i have told people my name and they have automatically thought my name was suzanne which i find annoying.... i prefer to b called suz and find it irratating when people call me sue, i am 25 when i get called sue it makes me feel like an old woman and suzie reminds me of a dog why cant people listen when u tell them your name so i find when people ask me my name i say it then spell it and then tell them what i prefer to be called say and also spell it out!!" Dec. 17, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "Same here, a lot of misspellins, a lot of being called Susan but after 50 years of it I guess that's just part of it. I thouht Suzette was the french version of Suzanne, which I always thought my name should have been considering my sisters names are Paulette and Antoinette. IJS" Feb. 24, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "It's astonishing how many people - overwhelmingly men - think Susan and Suzanne are the same name. When corrected, some think you're just being fussy or affected about the pronunciation. Do they even grasp that it's spelled differently? Yet, a Tim wouldn't accept being called Tom, and a Mike wouldn't go by Mark. Seems there's a double standard. Some continue to get it wrong even after you've corrected them repeatedly. I do find it helps to start calling the offender by the wrong name. On the plus side, you can quickly gage a person's level of sophistication by whether they get it right or not. I would recommend the name Suzette over Suzanne. It's cute, cool, and classy all at once, and more unique. People get it right but you can still use the nicknames Sue or Suzy." Jan. 8, 2010: Report as inappropriate

  • "49 year old Suzanne here -- yeah, like all the others, I wish that people wouldn't call me Susan. I think there's a curse on the name Suzanne because every woman I know with that name tries to change it in some way. Also, Suzanne doesn't go well with my last name. The name Susannah would have flowed much better and sounded so much prettier with my last name. Didn't my parents think of that?! So after 49 years, I am still obsessed with my name, and I do mean OBSESSED. In fact, I've been wanting to change my name for years, but even though this name gives me problems, I'm attached to certain aspects of it. I wish I would simply forget about it, but I can't seem to. Anyway, if I can take the plunge, I'd like to legally change my name before my 50th birthday. We'll see. I'll let you all know if I do!" Sep. 12, 2009: Report as inappropriate

  • "I find it ironic that I bond instantly with other people named Suzanne. The converstaion always starts with "Don't you hate it when people call you Susan?" I married someone with a commonly mistaken last name, so now it is very rare that both my first and last names are spelled correctly. Before I got married I only had the Susan/Suzanne problem!" Aug. 5, 2009: Report as inappropriate

  • "Another Suzanne. It's probably nothing to do with the name, my mother gave it so it's not mine to change; but I feel it doesn't fit me. Like someone turned on the radio and randomly picked it, I don't get much nicknames: just typos... that does annoy me." Jan. 9, 2009: Report as inappropriate

  • "I'm a Suzanne, in my early 30's. I like the fact that it's a rare enough name (in my generation anyway) that it's kind of special, but it's not so rare that it's unheard of. I appreciate that it's got a little extra kick to it as compared to "Susan", making it slightly exotic. I really resent being called "Susan", which happens constantly, even when someone repeats back my name to me right after I pronounce it for them!" May. 15, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "My name is Suzzane. I have never met anyone who spells it that way. I have a lot of the same issues as the Suzannes. I am not Susan. I also have to deal with the misspelling a lot. When I was little I was called Suzzie and didn't like it. Now I am Sue." May. 9, 2008: Report as inappropriate

  • "I love my name. It is very beautiful. Unfortunately people spell it wrong, and call me "Susan" which is not my yes it miffs me too. How hard is it to say "Suzanne". It has a big Z sound which I love. Little kids do have problems with it, but it doesn't hurt my feeling when they would call me Rozanne..LOL" Dec. 7, 2007: Report as inappropriate

  • "My best friends name is Suzanne and i think she thinks it's cool. She is like the only one with that name. She hates it when our teacher calls her and a Susannah "the susans" she gets so mad because its Suzanne not Susan." Apr. 20, 2006: Report as inappropriate

  • "This is my name and I LOVE it! First of all it's not like you walk into a room say Suzanne, and 50 girls look at you, but you do come across people with the name. It's great for nicknames too...I get a variety: Sue, Suzy-Q, Suzabella, Suey, and Suzy to name a few." Jun. 2, 2005: Report as inappropriate

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