Linda
Origin/Usage
Germanic
Pronunciation
LIN-də
Meaning
Tender woman
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Linda originates in Germanic languages and means "tender woman". It is most likely derived from the linden tree. Some sources suggest, though, that it might originate in Spanish language, meaning "pretty". It could also be used simply as a diminutive of names such as Melinda, Belinda, etc. As a feminine given name Linda is fairly popular in the United States even though lately its usage has declined.

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Lindee, Lindi, Lindy, Lynda, Lyndy, Lynnda, Lynndie

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