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561 Lindi English Variant of Linda: lime tree; linden tree; beautiful. F
562 Lindie German Snake. F
563 Lindsay English From the linden tree island. F
564 Lindsay 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 frequently. F
565 Lindsey English From the linden tree island. F
566 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 given this name more frequently. F
567 Lindy English Variant of Linda: lime tree; linden tree; beautiful. F
568 Lindy German Diminutive of Linda: Snake. Lime tree; linden tree. Can also be a diminutive of any name ending in -linda. F
569 Lindy Spanish Diminutive of Linda: Pretty. F

570 Lindy. Bell German Snake; Lime tree; linden tree. Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. Famous bearer: Belinda was heroine of 18th century poet Alexander Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock'. F
571 Line Norse Distinguished. F
572 Linette Anglo-Saxon Bird. F
573 Linette Celtic Grace. F
574 Linette French Little lion. F
575 Linette Welsh Variant of ancient Welsh given name Eluned: From 'cilun' meaning idol. F
576 Linka Hungarian Mannish. F
577 Linn Anglo-Saxon A cascade. F
578 Linna Scandinavian Small blue flower. F
579 Linnae Scandinavian Small blue flower. F
580 Linne English Waterfall. F