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Susanna

also Susannah, fem. proper name, from Latin Susanna, from Greek Sousanna, from Hebrew Shoshannah, literally "a lily." One of the women that attended Jesus in his journeys. Greek also borrowed the Semitic word in its literal sense as souson "lily."

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Definitions of Susanna

Susanna (n.)
an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel;
Synonyms: Book of Susanna
From wordnet.princeton.edu