Popularity:10755
Origin:British
Meaning:a lake or a place of linden trees
Lyndsey is a gender-neutral baby name of British origin. Meaning “a lake” or “place of linden trees,” Lyndsey derives from the English name Lindell. A variation of the Old English and Scottish surname Lindsay—meaning “Lincoln Island”—Lyndsey may also be associated with a forested island in Alaska. Though these charming definitions may conjure images of your favorite family location, the name Lyndsey carries wisdom, serenity, and grace. From peaceful lakesides to a valley of lime trees and all its associations in between, the name Lyndsey will always remind baby of home.

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