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https://plus.google.com/108173912943729086277 Halcombe Norilsk : Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived in Wisteria Lane #courteneycox  
Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived in Wisteria Lane #courteneycox  
Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived on Wisteria Lane
Television series Desperate Housewives was a huge success, character of Susan Mayer was hugely popular and gave Teri Hatcher back to stardom, otherwise, she would now be probably  forgotten. Such a witty character was written...
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https://plus.google.com/112409659273554899379 Josefa T. : Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived on Wisteria Lane Television series Desperate Housewives ...
Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived on Wisteria Lane
Television series Desperate Housewives was a huge success, character of Susan Mayer was hugely popular and gave Teri Hatcher back to stardom, otherwise, she would now be probably  forgotten. Such a witty character was written thinking on Courteney Cox who h...
Cougar Town, Courteney Cox could have lived on Wisteria Lane
Television series Desperate Housewives was a huge success, character of Susan Mayer was hugely popular and gave Teri Hatcher back to stardom, otherwise, she would now be probably  forgotten. Such a witty character was written...
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https://plus.google.com/101234041748748758550 Margaux Lallemant : United States, Virginia, Day 2 Day 2       This morning my baggage just shows up like "Hey! Sorry i'm...
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United States, Virginia, Day 2
Day 2       This morning my baggage just shows up like "Hey! Sorry i'm twelve hours late!" Well who cares dude, we're on holidays now!  After this miracle we bike around the neighborhood with Alli. I was like "I...
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What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters?

#tvseries #onetreehill 


Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters? #tvseries #onetreehill  Susan – Lily Pronounced ...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters?

#tvseries #onetreehill 


Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters? #tvseries #CarolLockwood #thevampirediaries  Susan...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters?

#tvseries #CarolLockwood #thevampirediaries 


Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters? #tvseries #CarolLockwood #thevampirediaries  Susan...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Walters?

#tvseries #CarolLockwood #thevampirediaries 

Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Flannery? #Susanflannery #soapopera #theboldandthebeautiful...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Flannery?

#Susanflannery #soapopera #theboldandthebeautiful 


Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Flannery? #Susanflannery #soapopera #daysofourlives  Susan...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Flannery?

#Susanflannery #soapopera #daysofourlives 


Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
21 days ago - Via Community - View -
https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : What is your favorite thing about Susan Pevensie? #charactername #fictionalcharacters #thechroniclesofnarnia...
What is your favorite thing about Susan Pevensie?

#charactername #fictionalcharacters #thechroniclesofnarnia #cslewis 



Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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https://plus.google.com/103016373333069152178 Ravit Dayan : Susan – Lily Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries...
Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





#susansullivan #martharogers #castle #abc #susanwalters #dianejenkins #theyoungandtherestless #cbs #thecw #principalrimkus #carollockwood #vampirediaries #susanflannery #stephanieforrester #theboldandthebeautiful #drlaurahorton #daysofourlives #nbc #desperatehousewives #susanmayer #terihatcher #cslewis #thechroniclesofnarnia #susanpevensie #annapopplewell #susanstorm #invisiblewoman #fantasticfour #marvelcomics #babynames
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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





#susansullivan #martharogers #castle #abc #susanwalters #dianejenkins #theyoungandtherestless #cbs #thecw #principalrimkus #carollockwood #vampirediaries #susanflannery #stephanieforrester #theboldandthebeautiful #drlaurahorton #daysofourlives #nbc #desperatehousewives #susanmayer #terihatcher #cslewis #thechroniclesofnarnia #susanpevensie #annapopplewell #susanstorm #invisiblewoman #fantasticfour #marvelcomics #babynames
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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan





#susansullivan #martharogers #castle #abc #susanwalters #dianejenkins #theyoungandtherestless #cbs #thecw #principalrimkus #carollockwood #vampirediaries #susanflannery #stephanieforrester #theboldandthebeautiful #drlaurahorton #daysofourlives #nbc #desperatehousewives #susanmayer #terihatcher #cslewis #thechroniclesofnarnia #susanpevensie #annapopplewell #susanstorm #invisiblewoman #fantasticfour #marvelcomics #babynames
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More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily
Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle. 

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries. 
Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.
Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.
Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.
Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

What do YOU think of the name Susan? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page http://babynames.net/names/susan
Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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Susan – Lily

Pronounced SOO-zən, Susan has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in different spellings all over the world. 
Originally from Hebrew, it means “lily”, it can be spelt as Suzan, Suesan, Susann or Suzane as well, and its common diminutives are Sue, Susie, Suzie, Suzy, or Susi.

Famous Susans We Love:

Susan Sullivan – American actress, best known for her roles as Lois Adams in ABC’s sitcom It’s a Living, her role as Maggie Gioberti Channing on CBS’s soap opera Falcon Crest, her role as Kitty Montgomery on ABC’s sitcom Dharma & Greg, and her role as Martha Rogers on ABC’s crime drama TV series +Castle

Susan Walters – American actress, best known for her roles as Lorna Forbes on ABC’s soap opera series Loving, and her role as Diane Jenkins on CBS’s soap opera series +The Young and the Restless. She also appeared as Principal Rimkus on The CW’s TV series One Tree Hill and as Carol Lockwood on +The Vampire Diaries

Susan Flannery – American soap opera actress, best known for her role as Stephanie Forrester on CBS’s TV soap opera +The Bold and the Beautiful, and her role as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton on NBC’s daytime soap opera +Days Of Our Lives.

Famous Susans in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:

Susan Mayer – fictional character on ABC’s TV comedy-drama-mystery series +Desperate Housewives, portrayed by Teri Hatcher. Susan is one of the residents on Wisteria Lane in Fairview. She is depicted as a clumsy romantic with a magnetic charm.

Susan Pevensie – fictional character in +The Chronicles of Narnia series, written by +C. S. Lewis. As the second eldest Pevensie child, she appears in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, and The Horse and His Boy. In the film adaptations, Susan was portrayed by Anna Popplewell and Sophie Winkleman.

Susan Storm – fictional character and superheroine in Marvel Comics comic books, and the alter ego of Invisible Woman. She is one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four, and her primary power is to render herself and others invisible.

Celebrity Babies:

Unfortunately, we were unable to find any recent celebrity babies of the name Susan. If you spot any, let us know!

Susan is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. Susanna makes several appearances in the Bible. In the Book of Daniel, she was a woman falsely accused of adultery. She is also mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, and associated with the ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As a feminine given name it became popular after the Protestant Reformation. Susan was very popular in the US in the 20th century, in the 21st century its popularity has declined. Thanks to its profound etymology and association to the Bible, Susan is a perfect name for a woman with traditional values, strong faith and pure character.

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Susan- Lily, SOO-zən, Hebrew on BellyBallot
More Info. Susan originates in Hebrew language and means "lily". It is an anglicized form of Susanna, ultimately derived from the Hebrew Shoshana. As a feminine given name, Susan was very popular in U.S. in the 20th century, in the 21st century the popularity has declined.
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