Origin:Scottish
Popularity:2211
Meaning:with many elm trees
A strong name with deep roots in the natural word, Lenox is a boy’s name that means “with many elm trees.” It is Scottish in origin, and traditionally a surname used to describe people from the Lennox region, an area of Scotland that includes the Vale of Leven and the infamous Loch Lomond. Lenox is a great choice for baby if you have Scottish ancestry, or if you enjoy the symbolism of elm trees. Elms are powerful trees that are known for their adaptability to diverse soils and climates, their strong bark, and their resistance to wind damage. The name Lenox will imbue baby with a similar strength and tenacity.

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