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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
2601 Lyn Welsh Diminutive of Llewellyn: Leader. Lion-like. M
2602 Lyn Welsh Diminutive of Llewlyn M

2603 Lyn Celtic Diminutive of Llewlyn M
2604 Lyncee French French form of Lynceus M
2605 Lynceus Greek An Argonaut. M
2606 Lynd English Lives by the linden tree. M
2607 Lyndon English Lime tree hill. Lives by the linden tree. Both a surname and place name. Famous Bearer: past American president Lyndon Baines Johnson. M
2608 Lyndon African From a lime tree hill M
2609 Lyndsie English Variant of Lindsey 'from the linden tree island'. M
2610 Lynessa English Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. M
2611 Lynford English From the linden tree ford. M
2612 Lyngvi Scandinavian Derived from Old Norse Lyng M
2613 Lyngvi Norse Heather M

2614 Lynn Anglo-Saxon Dwells by the torrent. M
2615 Lynn African From the lake M
2616 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.'. M
2617 Lynsey Scottish Variant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls. M
2618 Lyonechka Latin Lion. M
2619 Lyonechka Russian Lion. M
2620 Lyonel French Variant of Lionel M
2621 Lyonya Latin Lion. M
2622 Lyonya Russian Lion. M
2623 Lyonya Ukrainian Ukrainian Diminutive of Leonid M
2624 Lyor Hebrew Variant of Lior M
2625 Lyosha African One who helps people M
2626 Lyosha Russian Diminutive of Aleksey M
2627 Lyov Russian Diminutive of Lev M
2628 Lyric African Lyric, songlike person M
2629 Lyrica Latin Of the Iyre or song. M
2630 Lyron Hebrew Variant Transcription of Liron M
2631 Lysander Greek Liberator. Lysander is one of the main characters in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. M
2632 Lysander Latin Liberator. M
2633 Lysander Shakespearean A Midsummer Night's Dream' In love with Hermia. M
2634 Lysandre French French form of Lysander M
2635 Lysanias Biblical That drives away sorrow. M
2636 Lysias African One who destroys M
2637 Lysimachus Biblical Scattering the battle. M
2638 Lysimachus Shakespearean 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Governor of Mytilene. M
2639 Lysimaque French French form of Lysimachus M
2640 Lysipp German German form of Lysippos M
2641 Lysippe French French form of Lysippos M
2642 Lystra Biblical That dissolves or disperses. M
2643 Lyting Norse Brother of Thorstein Torfi. M
2644 Lyudmil Slavic Bulgarian masculine from of Ludmila M
2645 Lyudovik Russian Russian form of Ludwig M
2646 Lyudvig Armenian Armenian form of Ludwig M
2647 Lyuk Ukrainian Ukrainian Russian and Ukrainian variant of Luke M
2648 Lyuk Russian Russian and Ukrainian variant of Luke M
2649 Lyulf English A compound of the Old English words for 'flame' and 'wolf'. M
2650 Lyulph English Variant of Lyulf: A compound of the Old English words for 'flame' and 'wolf'. M
2651 Lyutsifer Russian Russian form of Lucifer M
2652 Lyutsiy Russian Russian variant of Lutsiy M
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