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Meaning of the Name Lynne

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

English: Beautiful Waterfall
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'
German: Variant of Linda: Snake. Lime Tree; Linden Tree. Can Also Be a Diminutive of Any Name Ending in -linda
Spanish: Variant of Linda: Pretty
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. '
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
Anglo Saxon: A Cascade
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.'

Similar Names

Laine | Lane | Lannie | Lanny | Layne | Leane | Lenn | Lennie | Lenno | Lenny |

Related Names

Ashlynne  (English)
Meadow of Ash Trees
Brooklynne  (English)
Water; Stream
Carilynne  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Edlynne  (Anglo Saxon)
Princess
Evelynne  (English)
Form of Evelyn: Life
Glynnes  (Gaelic)
From the Glen. Valley
Gracelynne  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Jacquelynne  (French)
Feminine of Jacques Derived from James and Jacob
Kailynne  (English)
Variant of Kay and Kayla, Meaning: Keeper of the Keys; Pure
Katlynne  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. 'Pure'
Katlynne  (English)
Medieval English Form of the Irish Caitlin. Pure
Linette  (Welsh)
Honored Model (Linet, Linnet, Lanefte, Lynette, Lynnet)
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. '
Lynn  (Anglo Saxon)
A Waterfall or Rapids; Short for Evelyn and Madeline (Lyn, Lynne, Lin)
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. '
Lynnea  (Latin)
Pretty
Lynnet  (Welsh)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name Eluned: from 'Cilun' Meaning Idol
Lynnet  (Arthurian Legend)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynnet  (English)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynnette  (French)
Little Lion
Lynnette  (Welsh)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name Eluned: from 'Cilun' Meaning Idol. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynnette  (Arthurian Legend)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynnette  (English)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest

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