Other Origin(s):British, French
Meaning:Gentle horse; Beautiful rose
From the Ancient Germanic Roslindis comes Rozalind, a modern take on a timeless classic. This feminine name has journeyed through French and English and adopts a trendy “z” spelling for the next generation. Its German roots grant Rozalind the meaning “gentle horse” for the baby who will undoubtedly love animals. When the Normans introduced this enchanting title to England, they assigned the Latin rosa linda to Rozalind’s etymology. Meaning “beautiful rose,” Rozalind exudes tenderness and passion for your sweet little rosebud.
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