Other Origin(s):French, Latin, Native American
Meaning:Lily; Little snakes
Siouxsie is a feminine name of British creation. If you’re a fan of 70s British rock, this may remind you of singer Siouxsie Sioux—born Susan Ballion—and her former post-punk band Siouxsie and the Banshees. A spin on Susie, this name has roots in the Latin name Susanna, meaning “lily.” Whether baby feels more at home relaxing among the blossoms or jamming out to classic songs, this name can make for a great fit. Siouxsie may also have connections to Sioux, a name that refers to multiple groups of Indigenous people originally from the Great Plains. Sioux is actually a French word, coming from a phrase that is believed to mean “little snakes.” Since the snake is rich with symbolism, representing anything from prophecy to immortality, the name Siouxsie can provide plenty of inspiration.

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