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Meaning of the Name Lynn

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The first name Lynn is of Anglo Saxon, American, Spanish, German, French, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Anglo Saxon: Dwells by the Torrent
American: From the Name Linda or Lyndon
Anglo Saxon: A Cascade
Anglo Saxon: A Waterfall or Rapids; Short for Evelyn and Madeline (Lyn, Lynne, Lin)
Spanish: Variant of Linda: Pretty
German: Variant of Linda: Snake. Lime Tree; Linden Tree. Can Also Be a Diminutive of Any Name Ending in -linda
French: Variant of Lynette: Variant of Eluned: Idol. This Form Emerged in Tennyson's Story of Sir Gareth and Lynette, in One of His 'Idylls of the King'
English: Waterfall

Similar Names

Lane | Lanny | Lanu | Lany | Layne | Lean | Len | Lena | Lenn | Lenno |

Related Names

Jaslynn  (English)
Modern Variant of Jasmine; Combination of Jocelyn and the Musical Term 'Jazz. '
Jaylynn  (English)
Feminine Variant of Jay
Jazlynn  (American)
From Jasmine and Lynn
Jazlynn  (English)
Modern Variant of Jasmine; Combination of Jocelyn and the Musical Term Jazz
Jenalynn  (English)
Variant of Jenny Which is a Diminutive of Jane and Jennifer
Jenilynn  (English)
Variant of Jenny Which is a Diminutive of Jane and Jennifer
Jenilynn  (English)
Variant of Jenny Which is a Diminutive of Jane and Jennifer. Note: 'This Database is Copyright Muse Creations Inc. '
Jerilynn  (English)
Modern Blend of Jerry and Marilyn
Jocelynn  (English)
Medieval Male Name Adopted As a Feminine Name
Jocelynn  (French)
Medieval Male Name Adopted As a Feminine Name
Jonalynn  (English)
Modern Feminine of John and Jon
Josalynn  (English)
Medieval Male Name Adopted As a Feminine Name
Josalynn  (French)
Medieval Male Name Adopted As a Feminine Name
Joycelynn  (English)
Cheerful; Merry
Juandalynn  (Spanish)
From Gwendolyn
Kaelynn  (English)
Variant of Kay and Kayla, Meaning: Keeper of the Keys; Pure
Kailynne  (English)
Variant of Kay and Kayla, Meaning: Keeper of the Keys; Pure
Kaitlynn  (Irish)
Modern Phonetic Form of the Irish Name Caitlin from Catherine Meaning Pure
Kalynn  (English)
Variant of Kay and Kayla, Meaning: Keeper of the Keys; Pure
Karalynn  (Scandinavian)
Abbreviation of Katherine. Pure
Katelynn  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From Catherine and Lynn
Katelynn  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. Pure
Kathlynn  (Irish)
Variant of Caitlin Derived from Katherine. 'Pure.'
Kathlynn  (Irish)
Variant of Caitlin Derived from Katherine. Pure
Katlynn  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. Pure
Katlynne  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. 'Pure'
Katlynne  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. Pure
Kaylynn  (English)
Variant of Kay and Kayla. Keeper of the Keys; Pure
Kennalyn  (Contemporary)
Combination of Kenna or Kendra and Lynn
Krystalynn  (Greek)
Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. 'K' from the Greek Spelling of Krystallos
Krystalynn  (English)
Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. 'K' from the Greek Spelling of Krystallos
Krystalynn  (Greek)
Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. 'K' from the Greek Spelling of Krystallos
Linette  (Welsh)
Honored Model (Linet, Linnet, Lanefte, Lynette, Lynnet)
Lorilynn  (English)
Modern Variant of Lora and Laurie Referring to the Laurel Tree or Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory
Lynley  (Arthurian Legend)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning House; Church
Lynley  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church. '
Lynna  (Anglo Saxon)
A Cascade
Lynna  (Arthurian Legend)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning House; Church
Lynna  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church. '
Lynna  (English)
Waterfall
Lynne  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church.'
Lynne  (English)
Beautiful Waterfall
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