Zuzana Růžičková (Czech pronunciation: [ˈzuzana ˈruːʒɪtʃkovaː]) (14 January 1927 – 27 September 2017) was a Czech harpsichordist. An interpreter of classical and baroque music, Růžičková was the first harpsichordist to record Johann Sebastian Bach's complete works for keyboard, in recordings made in the 1960s and 1970s for Erato Records.
Zuzana is a common female given name in the Czech and Slovak republics. It is often translated to other languages as Suzanne, Susan, or Susannah – all commonly derived from the Hebrew language name Shoshana, meaning "lilly".
Zuzana Kučová (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈzuzana ˈkutʃɔʋaː]; born 26 June 1982) is a former Slovak tennis player.
Zuzana Hlavoňová (née Kováčiková Czech pronunciation: [ˈzuzana ˈɦlavoɲovaː ˈkovaːtʃɪkovaː]), born 16 April 1973) is a Czech Republic former high jumper. Born in Šaľa, Czechoslovakia, she competed at three Olympic Games, and won silver medals at the 1999 World Indoor Championships and the 2000 European Indoor Championships. Her personal best jump is 2.00 metres, achieved in June 2000 in Prague.
Zuzana Chalupová (Serbian: Зузана Халупова / Zuzana Halupova; 1925–2001) was a Serbian naïve painter of Slovak origin, who was born and lived her whole life in the town of Kovačica, Serbia. Her colourful naive-style paintings recall children's works and fairy-tale illustrations. She typically painted children, so she was called "Mama Zuzana with a thousand children". Her creative legacy consists of more than 1,000 paintings.
Zuzana Hejnová (Czech pronunciation: [ˈzuzana ˈɦɛjnovaː]; born 19 December 1986) is a Czech athlete. She competes in the 100 metres, the 100 metres hurdles, the 400 metres and the 400 metres hurdles, and also the heptathlon. She is a two-time World Champion in the 400 metres hurdles, winning in 2013 and 2015.