Susan'na (Σουσάννα v.r. Σωσάννα; i.e. שׁוֹשִׁנָּה, Shoshanndh, a lily [q.v.]), the name of two females in the Bible. The name likewise occurs in Diod. Sic. as that of the daughter of Ninus (2, 6); and Sheshan (1Ch 2:31,34-35) is of the same origin and meaning (Gesen. Thesaur. s.v.).
I. The heroine of the story of the Judgment of Daniel in the Apocrypha, otherwise called.