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Meaning of the Name Lindsay

The first name Lindsay is of Scottish, English, Teutonic origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Scottish: From the Island of the Lime Tree. Although in the Past, Lindsay Was a Common Boys' Name, Today it is Used More Often for Girls
Scottish: Scottish Surname Derived from Lincoln, a Shortened Form of Lindum Colonia, the First Part of Which is Thought to Be from the Welsh Llyn (Lake) and the Second from the Latin Colonia (Settlement, Colony
English: From the Linden Tree Island
English: Camp by the Brook (Linsay, Linsey, Lindsey)
Scottish: A Lake; a Place of Linden Trees. from the Island of the Lime Tree. Once Regarded As a Masculine Name, Lindsay Was Eventually Used for Children of Both Genders. Today, Girls are Given This Name More Fr
Teutonic: From the Island of the Snakes
English: Linden Trees Near the Water

Similar Names

Lindsey | Lyndsie | Lyndsay | Lyndsey |

Related Names

Lindsey  (Scottish)
Variant of Lindsay: from the Island of the Lime Tree. Although in the Past, Lindsay Was a Common Boys' Name, Today it is Used More Often for Girls
Lindsey  (Scottish)
Variant of Lindsay: a Lake; a Place of Linden Trees. from the Island of the Lime Tree. Once Regarded As a Masculine Name, Lindsay Was Eventually Used for Children of Both Genders. Today, Girls are Giv
Lynsey  (Scottish)
Variant of Lindsay: from the Island of the Lime Tree. Although in the Past, Lindsay Was a Common Boys' Name, Today it is Used More Often for Girls
Lynsey  (Scottish)
Variant of Lindsay: a Lake; a Place of Linden Trees. from the Island of the Lime Tree. Once Regarded As a Masculine Name, Lindsay Was Eventually Used for Children of Both Genders. Today, Girls are Giv

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