US Popularity:8257
Origin:German
Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Linden tree valley; Lime tree; Soft, tender, mild
As a form of Lindall, Lyndall’s roots lie in Anglo-Saxon as a surname inspired by the German lind. This down-to-earth appellation holds a blend of meanings, from “soft,” “tender,” and “mild” to the topographical “linden tree valley” and fruity “lime tree.” Particularly beloved in South Africa, Lyndall is used as both a personal and surname there and is the heroine of the novel The Story of an African Farm by Olive Schreiner. Its trendy “y” spelling adds a dreaminess to the name, making Lyndall a blissful, nature-infused choice for your gentle sapling.

Lyndall Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

Year:
1968
Gender:
Girl
#11190
in 1968
- 654
from 1966
In comparison to the previous year's data
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