US Popularity:9261
Other Origin(s):Gaelic, Welsh
Meaning:Valley; Clean goodness
Baby Glynda will be born with kindness in their heart. A modern moniker with multiple origins, Glynda is typically given to girls. Glynda is a version of Glenda, which takes its meaning from the Gaelic term gleann, meaning “valley.” It has Welsh roots, too. Stemming from the elements glân and da, Glynda translates to “clean goodness.” The name may ring a bell with musical theatre and classic film lovers alike. Glinda, a variation of Glynda, is the Good Witch in both Wicked and 1939’s The Wizard of Oz. Encourage baby to let their good-heartedness shine out every day with the fabulous choice Glynda.

Glynda Name Popularity Data

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