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Gender: F Pronunciation: LYNN-zee (d is silent) Meaning of Lindsey: "Marshlands of Lincolnshire" Origin of Lindsey: English surname meaning "Marshlands of Lincolnshire" Lindsey's Popularity in 2014: #570

Lindsey is one of the few truly unisex names (rather than being a name that has changed genders). Over time the “ey” ending was usually reserved for women and the “ay” ending reserved for men. This tradition continues in the 2014 US Top 1000 rankings, with Lindsey retaining a considerable lead over Lindsay among girls in the USA.

In the UK, however, Lindsey makes no appearance in the Top 3000 at all, and Lindsay was only given to 6 girls in 2013, making in rank at Number 2443.

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Famous People Named Lindsey

Lindsey Caroline Vonn, American Olympic skier
Lindsey Wixson, American supermodel
Lindsey Stirling, American hip-hop violinist
Lindsey Newman, American author
Lindsey Marcie Harding, American basketball player
Lindsey Ann "Lyn-z" Way, Scottish bassist of American rock band Mindless Self Indulgence; wife of musician Gerard Way
Lindsey Michelle Cardinale, American country music singer
Lindsey Davis, English novelist
Lindsey Gayle "Elle" Evans, American model and actress
Lindsey Haun, American actress
Lindsey Hilsum, English TV journalist
Lindsey Jacobellis, American Olympic snowboarder
Lindsey Johnson McKeon, American actress
Lindsey Grace Rayl, American actress and singer
Lindsey Marie Shaw, American actress
Lindsey Elizabeth Wright, American pro wrestler
Lindsey Eve Vuolo, American model
Lindsey Napela Berg, American Olympic volleyball player
Noah Lindsey Cyrus, American actress; daughter of singer Billy Ray Cyrus

Pop Culture References for the name Lindsey

Lindsey Wakefield, character in movie "Good Deeds"
Lindsey Bergman, American Girl of the Year doll character
Lindsey Butterfield, character in British soap "Hollyoaks"
Lindsey Naegle, character on TV's "The Simpsons"
Lindsey Novak, character on TV's "Stargate SG-1"
Lindsey Salmon, character in Alice Sebold's "The Lovely Bones"
Lindsey, ancient kingdom in England
Lindsey Evelyn Strauss, sex-fiancee of Lucas Scott, on TV's "One Tree Hill"