Susannah or Clementine

See the results of this poll: Which is your favorite and why?

Respondents: 62 (This poll is closed)

  • Susannah : 37 (60%)
  • Clementine: 25 (40%)

[name_f]Susannah[/name_f]. It’s soft, feminine, and individual, with a beautiful meaning (“lily”), Biblical origin, and a cool nickname ([name_f]Sanna[/name_f]). I don’t like the -ine sound of [name_f]Clementine[/name_f], but I love [name_f]Clementina[/name_f] “[name_f]Cleo[/name_f]” with the -eena sound. It was on my top 5 for a while and I still really like it. The meaning’s also nice - “mild, merciful”.

I’m such a huge fan of both names, but I prefer the lovely [name_f]Susannah[/name_f]. It’s sunny and happy, yet elegant and full of history.

Both are sweet and beautiful- it’s a difficult choice!

I personally prefer the charming [name_f]Clementine[/name_f].

I prefer [name_f]Susannah[/name_f]. I just love the sound! So classic and lovely, and ages well. There is also a lot of nickname potential. It is soft and lyrical, but I think it has a lot of spunk too. Stunning!

[name_f]Susannah[/name_f]! Both names have the same upbeat feel, but the sound of [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] is clunky and unappealing to me. [name_f]Susannah[/name_f], on the other hand, sounds very pretty and lyrical, as @dream.create said.

I voted for [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] since I like [name_f]Susie[/name_f] and [name_f]Sanna[/name_f]

Seeing the two together makes me think of two famous American folk songs: “Oh, [name_f]Susannah[/name_f]” and “Oh my darling [name_f]Clementine[/name_f].” So they both have a similar folksy vibe in that way. I prefer [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] by quite a bit.

Very hard choice as I love both - and they would make a great pair of sisters!. I voted for [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] just because it’s a little more classic, and a little less inclined to be in or out of fashion. [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] is heading for a big ‘in fashion’ season, so after a while it may be connected more with a certain decade.

My exact thoughts!

[name_f]Susannah[/name_f] and [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] are both beautiful and equal to me, but I voted for [name_f]Clementine[/name_f], it’s so sweet and pretty and the nickname [name_u]Clem[/name_u] or [name_f]Emmi[/name_f] is so sweet!

I think [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] and [name_u]Clem[/name_u]/[name_u]Clemmie[/name_u] are very sweet, but it’s a very young sounding name to me and feels very current.

[name_f]Susannah[/name_f] is just beautiful. So classic, so sophisticated, and there are a wealth of nickname options to choose from. I personally like [name_f]Sukie[/name_f], [name_f]Sosie[/name_f] or [name_f]Zanna[/name_f] best but there are so many. It’s criminally underused these days too, but still familiar to everyone.

I love both but voted for [name_f]Clementine[/name_f]. They’d make a great sibling pair!

I love both. I voted for [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] on the strength of her nicknames and because [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] is a bit trendy at the moment where I live.

I love both, but I agree with pp’s that it is very trendy while [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] is much more timeless. In the past 4 years, I’ve personally met 3 baby Clementines, but I have only ever in my life met one [name_f]Susannah[/name_f].

I personally like [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] but would probably use the nn [name_f]Cleo[/name_f] or [name_f]Clemie[/name_f]. It’s a sweet, endearing and unusual. For me [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] is less exciting but pretty none the less.

[name_f]Susannah[/name_f]. [name_f]Clementine[/name_f] is so ugly to me.

Both are lovely but I adore the sweet [name_f]Clementine[/name_f]!