User comments for Linas (Meaning / History Only)

Linas is actually the Lithuanian form of Linus. [noted -ed]
Lucille  6/17/2010
Not as much a form of Linus as it is a word for 'flax'. Flax was one of the main materials for various production, such as fabrics, oil or vegetable dye, in ancient Lithuania, therefore a special plant. [noted -ed]
justinyte  7/7/2012

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