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Susie

or Susi

[soo-zee] /ˈsu zi/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Susanna or Susannah.
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  • And suiting the action to the word, he seized susi by her dress, and led her to the door.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • At length susi came breaking through to ask the strangers name.

    Stanley in Africa James P. Boyd
  • Viola had of late suspected Tzifra, and susi remembered that her husband had often called him his Judas.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • susi had reached the door, but when she heard these words she turned round and cried.

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  • Mrs. Ershebet and Vandory turned round, and saw Viola's wife, susi, who had entered during the latter part of their conversation.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • It was past noon when susi, accompanied by the Liptaka, quitted the village.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • susi has left the house; she is as comfortable as a creature can be with the fever.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • Don't be sad, susi; we've saved the better part of the road.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
  • Abradates, king of the susi, was killed in battle against the Egyptians.

  • susi need not then take her children to the gallows to show them their father's grave.

    The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
susi in the Bible

the father of Gaddi, who was one of the twelve spies (Num. 13:11).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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