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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Lynne is a feminine name of Celtic origin, meaning "lake" or "pool". It is derived from the Old Welsh word "llyn," which translates to "lake". The name has been popular throughout the 20th century but has experienced a decline in recent years, with "-lynn" becoming more popular as a suffix for a range of feminine names, such as Aislynn, Madelynn, and Emmalynn. Additionally, Lynne is considered an alternative spelling of the Spanish name Linda, which means "pretty". The name Lynne has an Irish and Spanish origin. It is pronounced as "lin". In Arthurian legend, Lynne is an abbreviation of Lynnette, who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest. The name has also been associated with the English meanings of "abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest" and "Irish church". In French, the name Lynne means "idol", while in German, it is associated with the meanings "snake," "lime tree," and "linden tree". In Spanish, the name means "pretty".

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