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Meaning of the Name Lincoln

The first name Lincoln is of Latin, Celtic, Shakespearean, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: By the Sea (Linc, Link)
Celtic: From the Settlement by the Pool
Shakespearean: 'King Henry the Eighth' Bishop of Lincoln
Latin: Lakeside Colony. The Name of an Early Roman Settlement in England
English: Roman Colony at the Pool. Lakeside Colony. The Name of an Early Roman Settlement in England, Used As Both a Surname and a First Name. Famous Bearer: American President Abraham Lincoln (-)
Latin: Village by the Lale

Similar Names

Lancelin |

Related Names

Graeme  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Graham  (English)
A Surname Originating from a Place Called Grantham in Lincolnshire. The First Element is Uncertain, But the Second is from the Old English Ham (Home, Dwelling, Manor). Variations: Graeme, Grahame. (Gr
Graham  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Grahame  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Lindsay  (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
Linzi  (English)
Island of Lincoln

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