The short form of Susan from the Hebrew Susannah meaning lily or lotus flower. Most popular in the 1950s and 60s


Sue is the shorter version of Susan, a name that saw a peak of popularity in the 1950s and 1960s


Susan B Anthony tireless campaigner for American women’s right to vote, Sue Barker tennis champ turned broadcaster, Susan Boyle the phenomenon from Britain’s Got Talent, Susan Hill her West End thriller has run for more than 30 years, Sue Ryder wartime experiences led her to a life of caring for others, Susan Sarandon played Louise to Geena Davis’ Thelma, Sue Townsend mother figure to diarist Adrian Mole, Susan Travers the only woman to join the French Foreign Legion, Susan Wojcicki probably the most influential woman in Silicon Valley

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