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Meaning of the Name Linda

91 names found for "Linda"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Linda is of German, Spanish, Hispanic, Latin, English origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

German: Snake. Lime Tree; Linden Tree. Can Also Be a Diminutive of Any Name Ending in -linda
Spanish: Pretty One
Spanish: Pretty
Hispanic: Beautiful (Lindy, Lindie, Lynda)
Latin: Beautiful
English: Lime Tree; Linden Tree

Similar Names

Lind | Lundy | Lynd | Landa | Leonda | Lindi | Lindie | Lindy | Lueinda | Lynda |

Related Names

Adela  (Hispanic)
Of Noble Lineage (Adelina, Adelinda, Adilia, Adelis, Adelita)
Adelinda  (German)
Sweet or Noble
Amelinda  (Latin)
Hard Working
Arlinda  (English)
Modern Blend of Arlene and Linda
Bel  (Latin)
Beautiful, Loving, Lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel
Bel  (German)
Diminutive of Belinda: from the Old German Betlindis, Which is Derived from the Word for Snake
Belinda  (English)
Very Beautiful
Belinda  (Latin)
Very Beautiful
Belinda  (Italian)
Serpentine
Belinda  (Italian)
Serpent, Astute, Jealous, Graceful
Belinda  (Spanish)
Beautiful
Belinda  (Latin)
Beautiful Serpent
Belinda  (Spanish)
Attractive
Belinda  (German)
From the Old German Betlindis, Which is Derived from the Word for Snake
Bell  (German)
Diminutive of Belinda: from the Old German Betlindis, Which is Derived from the Word for Snake
Bell  (Latin)
Beautiful, Loving, Lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel
Belle  (Latin)
Beautiful. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel
Belle  (German)
Diminutive of Belinda: from the Old German Betlindis, Which is Derived from the Word for Snake
Calinda  (Italian)
Lark
Calinda  (English)
Contemporary Blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra With Linda
Calinda  (Greek)
Lark
Calynda  (English)
Contemporary Blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra With Linda
Carolyn  (German)
From the Name Carol and Linda
Celinda  (Latin)
Variant of Celia or Selena. One of Seven Mythological Daughters of Atlas Transformed by Zeus into Stars of the Pleiades Constellation
Chelinda  (Arthurian Legend)
Tristan's Grandmother
Ermelinda  (Teutonic)
Serpent
Eth  (English)
Diminutive of Ethel: from the Old English 'Aethel' Meaning Noble. Also a Diminutive of Etheldreda, Ethelinda, and Other Feminine Names Beginning With Ethel-. Famous Bearer: American Actresses Ethel Me
Ethel  (English)
Diminutive of Ethelinda: from Aethelind, the Old English Name Meaning Noble Snake. Diminutive of Etheldreda, from the Old English Name Aethelthryth, Meaning Noble and Strength. Diminutive of Eldreda f
Ethelinda  (German)
Noble Serpent
Ethelinda  (Teutonic)
Intelligent
Ethelinda  (English)
From Aethelind, the Old English Equivalent of an Old German Name Derived from Athal 'Noble' and Lindi 'snake'
Glinda  (Welsh)
Fair; Good
Kalinda  (Hindu)
The Sun (Kalina, Kaleena)
Kalinda  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Kalinda  (Hindu)
Sun
Kalinda  (Hindu)
The Sun
Kalindi  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Kalynda  (Sanskrit)
The Sun. A Hindu Mythological Reference to the Mountains of Kalinda or the Sacred Kalindi River
Lin  (Latin)
From the Name Linda
Lindael  (English)
Lives by the Linden Tree Valley
Lindell  (Teutonic)
From the Linden Tree, Dell (Lendell, Lendall, Lindall, Lyndall)
Lindi  (English)
Variant of Linda: Lime Tree; Linden Tree; Beautiful
Lindy  (Spanish)
Diminutive of Linda: Pretty
Lindy  (German)
Diminutive of Linda: Snake. Lime Tree; Linden Tree. Can Also Be a Diminutive of Any Name Ending in -linda
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