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Gender: Female Origin of Londyn: Spelling variation of London, place name Londyn's Popularity in 2018: #188

Londyn Origin and Meaning

The name Londyn is a girl's name .

Could it surpass the original London? Hard to imagine, yet it's almost as hard to imagine that it's this popular at all.

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Rank in US: #188

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Comments

josephinedagnall Says:

2018-06-12T20:09:21

I can't believe more girls in the US have been named Londyn since 2007 than have been named Harriet!

I dislike place-names in general, but I esepcially don't understand this craze for changing names to get that trendy -yn ending.

paulapuddephatt Says:

2017-02-06T08:44:17

Exactly. Replacing an "i" is one thing, as per Myles, Lynda, Robyn, etc. That is at least logical, as you keep the same sound. However, Jordyn, Emersyn, and this one, Londyn - awful and just incorrect, sorry.

autumnreverie Says:

2017-02-06T06:39:45

Disagree with the first part, agree with the second part, and it also makes one look illiterate.

Loveislife23 Says:

2015-08-11T20:09:47

I understand, sometimes you just need to be able to associate a person with the name in order to like it.

Guest Says:

2014-09-16T16:20:05

Ys where vowels should be. I'll never understand it.

BabyNameAholic Says:

2014-06-15T14:03:43

I finally met a little girl named Londyn. All I thought before was the airhead off of Suite Life of Zack and Cody. And now I think of a sweet little 6 year old. (: I dislike the spelling, but i really like the name now

SparkleNinja18 Says:

2014-05-12T20:34:22

Agree

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2014-05-12T18:42:44

I don't mind most name spelling variations, but I feel like if you change the spelling of a word or place name, it loses its meaning. Anyone else?