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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Linda

Pretty

Spanish

Lisa

A variant-diminutive of Elizabeth, “to the Lord I consecrate thee.”

Hebrew

Laura

Laurel

Latin

Lauren

Laurel

English

Lillian

Lily flower

English

Lori

“The lazy one,” in allusion to the loris, a slow-moving nocturnal lemur, from the Flemish lorrias.

Modern

Lois

Superior

Greek

Louise

Famous warrior

German

Leslie

Holly garden

Scottish

Leah

Weary one

Hebrew

Lorraine

From Lorraine

French

Lucille

Of the light

French

Lucy

Of the light

English

Lynn

Lake", "waterfall" or "pool", and probably would have been given to a family living near such a body of water. Sometimes used as a diminutive of Linda (Spanish) "pretty

Spanish

Laurie

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Loretta

“The knowing one,” from the Middle English lore, traditional learning.

Italian

Lydia

From Lydia

Greek

Lindsey

Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees

English

Lily

Lily flower

English

Lindsay

Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees

English

Lillie

Lily

Latin

Lena

Woman from Magdala

Hebrew

Layla

Night

Arabic

Leona

Lion

Latin

Lola

The sorrows

Spanish

Lynda

English

Lila

Night

Arabic

Liliana

Lily flower

English

Lynne

Pretty

Spanish

Lee

Meadow or pasture

English

Lula

Famous warrior

German

Lilly

Lily flower

English

Lacey

French

Lana

Little rock

English

Luna

The moon

Latin

Latoya

Victorious one

Spanish

Lora

A variant short form of Leonora and Laura.

Latin

Lucia

Of the light

Italian

Laurel

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Laverne

“Bathed in dew,” from the Latin lavere, to bedew.

Latin

Leila

Night

Arabic

Lynette

Nymph; idol

Welsh

Leticia

Joy

Latin

London

From the great river

English

Leigh

Delicate; weary; meadow or pasture

Hebrew

Laila

Night

Arabic

Lorena

“The learned one,” from the Anglo- Saxon lor, knowledge.

Leilani

Heavenly flower

Polynesian

Lorene

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Lyla

Night

English