Lyndon

Lyndon comes from an English surname meaning "lime tree hill" or "flax hill" from Old English elements lind (lime tree) derived from Proto-Germanic *linþaz (flexible, supple, mild), or lin (flax) and dun (hill). It was originally used as a topographical name for someone who lived near lime trees. Origin: Old English, Proto-Germanic Variants: Lindon (English) Linden (English)  

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Amaya

Amaya is a Basque and Spanish female name, a variant spelling of Amaia meaning "the end" in Basque, as well as a surname derived from a place name. It's also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: "rain + night; evening" (雨夜), essentially meaning "rainy night" or "rainy evening"; "rain … Continue reading Amaya

Linus

Linus is the name of 2 sons of the Greek god Apollo in Greek mythology by different mothers. One of them, whom he fathered with one of the Muses, was a great musician who invented the melody and rhythm. His name comes Greek linos meaning "flax". Origin: Greek Variants: Linos (Ancient Greek, Greek) Lino (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, … Continue reading Linus

Linden

Linden comes from a surname as well as a place name meaning "linden tree" or "lime tree" from Germanic element lind, which comes from Proto-Germanic *lindo meaning "soft, tender, flexible". It was used to refer to someone who lived near a lime/linden tree. Spelled Lindon, or Lyndon, it comes from an Old English surname derived from a place … Continue reading Linden

Maya, Maia

Maya is the name of the Mayan civilization and its people, a Mesoamerican civilization that stretched out in southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemela, El Salvador, and Honduras, though it's of unknown meaning.  Maya is also an Indian girl's name meaning "illusion" or "magic" in Sanskrit, featuring as a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism. In Hindu mythology, … Continue reading Maya, Maia