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Gender: F Meaning of Lynn: "lake" Origin of Lynn: Diminutive of Linda or Welsh

Lynn arrived in the 1940s, spinning off from the wildly popular Linda, to become a top midcentury middle name. Now, Lynn's in limbo.

Famous People Named Lynn

Lynn Rachel Redgrave, English actress
Lynn Rene Anderson, American country music singer
Lillie Louise "Lynn" Fontanne, British-American actress
Lynn C. Woolsey, U.S. Congresswoman from California
Lynn Marie Berry, American TV journalist
Marilyn Lorraine "Lynn" Abbey, American novelist
(Viola) Lynn Collins, American actress
Lynn Whitfield, American actress
Lynn Elizabeth Flewelling, American novelist
Lynn Hilary, Irish singer-songwriter of Celtic Woman and Anuna
Lynn Hamilton, American actress
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, American actress
Jamie Lynn Spears, American singer and actress
Loretta Lynn, American country music singer

Pop Culture References for the name Lynn

Lynn, character in the "Divergent" trilogy
Lynn Robillard, character on TV's "Criminal Minds"
Lynn Holden, character in movie "The Wrong Guy"
Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Lynn Loud, a character from the Nickelodeon cartoon "The Loud House"

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