Zsuzsanna

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Zsuzsanna
Gender Female
Language(s) Hungarian
Origin
Meaning see Susanna
Region of origin Hungary
Other names
Related names Susanna, Susan, Suzanne

Zsuzsanna is the Hungarian form of the feminine given name Susanna.

Notable bearers[edit]

  • Zsuzsanna Budapest (born 1940), American author of Hungarian origin who writes on feminist spirituality
  • Zsuzsanna Csobánki (born 1983), female Hungarian swimmer, who competed for her native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece
  • Zsuzsanna Jakab (born 1951), director of the World Health Organization's Regional Office for Europe in Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Zsuzsanna Jakabos (born 1989), Hungarian swimmer, who twice competed for her native country at the Summer Olympics: 2004 and 2008
  • Zsuzsanna Kézi (born 1945), former Hungarian handball player who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics
  • Zsuzsanna Laky (born 1984), former beauty contestant and Miss Europe 2003
  • Zsuzsanna Lorántffy (born 1602), the wife of György Rákóczi I, prince of Transylvania
  • Zsuzsanna Lovász-Pavlik (born 1976), Hungarian handball player
  • Zsuzsanna Nagy (born 1986), Hungarian ice dancer
  • Zsuzsanna Pálffy (born 1970), Hungarian handball player
  • Zsuzsanna Sirokay (born 1941), Hungarian pianist and lives in Switzerland
  • Zsuzsanna Szőcs (born 1962), Hungarian fencer, who won two Olympic medals in the foil team competitions
  • Zsuzsanna Szabó-Olgyai (born 1973), retired pole vaulter from Hungary, who represented her native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney
  • Zsuzsanna Vörös (born 1977), Hungarian modern pentathlete who won a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece
  • Zsuzsanna Veress (born 1976), Hungarian handball goalkeeper
  • Zsuzsanna "ZZ" Ward (born 1986), American musician and singer-songwriter