Popularity:3079
Origin:British
Meaning:Linden tree hill
Lyndon is a boy’s name of Old English origins, meaning “linden tree hill.” Originally an English surname, Lyndon derives from a place name in the East Midlands in the United Kingdom. American president Lyndon B. Johnson famously bore the name, but it also shares strong ties with nature, as its etymology suggests. The linden tree sports a sweet aroma, blending honey and lemon peel, giving it its distinctive floral and musky scent. The tree is also a sacred symbol of various mythologies and is the national emblem of Slovenia. Crossing cultures, folklores, and the natural world, Lyndon is a name that carries a universal appeal.

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  • Lyndon B. Johnson
    United States President

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