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This name sounds to me beautiful for a girl, though when I've said it people said that it sounds like a female dog's name. Two famous bearers are actress Linda Darnell and model Linda Evangelista.
-- alberto  2/21/2005
I think the name is okay. I have never really liked it, people call me Lindy a lot. My middle name is Katherine and it actually sounds good when you say them both. It was the name I was given at birth, and after my adoptive parents acquired me, they never changed it.
-- Emerald Eyes  11/6/2005
Linda McCartney (wife of Paul) was a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2005
Linda Carter is an actress famous for her role as Wonder Woman in the show of the same name.
-- breakofday  12/17/2005
Though Linda means "beautiful" in Spanish, the name is not associated with beauty in non-speaking Spanish countries.
-- alberto  1/7/2006
I like my name very much, it is pretty but not prissy girly.
-- lindamaree  3/8/2006
"Linda" could be also a short form of "Rosalinda".
-- iva_toneva  5/8/2006
"Linda" could be a short form of "Belinda" or "Melinda" too.
-- iva_toneva  5/10/2006
This is another name that seems more for women who are currently in their 40s-60s, but I bet there will be plenty of baby Lindas in about 15 years.
-- sharkycharming  5/10/2006
Linda Cardellini ("Lindsay Weir" on Freaks & Geeks, "Nurse Samantha Taggart" on ER, and Velma in the Scooby-Doo movies) is a famous bearer, born Linda Edna Cardellini in 1975.
-- sharkycharming  5/10/2006
My name is Lynda, but most people forget and call my Lydia. Over a hundred different people have forgotten my name and called me Lydia or Lisa. Any wonder I dislike my name. But it has grown on me about half way.
-- invisiblewatcher  6/12/2006
I think it's a wonderful, awesome name!
-- amber monkey  7/13/2006
A famous bearer is Linda Darnell, a beautiful Hollywood actress of the 1940s and 1950s.
-- audreyhubley  8/5/2006
The singer Linda Ronstadt. One of her hits is the rumba song "Quereme Mucho"!
-- iva_toneva  8/21/2006
Two other actresses with the name "Linda" are Linda Fiorentino, who played Dr. Laurel Weaver in "Men in Black," and Linda Gray, known for her role as Sue Ellen Ewing on the '80's show "Dallas."
-- breakofday  8/30/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Linda here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
There are authors named Linda Fairstein, Linda Howard, Linda L Richards, and Linda Ladd.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
Linda actually means contiguous in Spanish.
-- Anonymous User  12/1/2006
Linda doesn't mean contiguous in Spanish. That'd be "linde".
-- Anonymous User  9/21/2007
The first picture that comes into my mind when hearing this name is a stoic, stern middle-aged woman. Something about the name carries a sharp edge to it.
-- Boaz  1/24/2007
It's a bit old fashioned, but I think Linda is a lovely name, and as stated, it will probably become popular in a few years.
-- 7up  2/15/2007
My mum's name is Linda, it's not a very common name although I have met a few. I like it, to me it's quite strong but feminine. However, I think it is a little formal.
-- daydreamer  4/4/2007
I love this name for someone. I feel that it shows someone that someone is brave. I live the name and I would love to name someone this name.
-- bandcamp2009  5/1/2007
This is my mom's name so I think it is beautiful. And the meaning fits her well: Pretty!
-- CharlieRob  5/5/2007
Despite the association with the Spanish 'Linda' meaning beautiful, it's origin is almost certainly Germanic instead.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2007
Linda or linden is another name for lime tree. In Berlin there is a famous street called Unter den Linden (under the limes).

It's nice to believe that every girl's name means "beautiful", but there's nothing wrong with it being a tree.
-- jestingrace  8/6/2007
Linda is also Czech, Slovak, Norwegian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Serbian, Croatian, German and Spanish form. [noted -ed]
-- Janika  10/17/2007
Linda Chen is a golf tournament director and is included in the book In Their Shoes by the author Deborah Reber.
-- Patricia Underwood  3/7/2008
I'm fed up with this name, and it makes me think about rather mean girls and women. I can't think of any famous ones, but I've heard of them for sure.
-- slight night shiver  4/27/2008
Linda Downey is a character in the Heir Series, currently containing the Warrior Heir and the Wizard Heir. The Dragon Heir will be released August 12, 2008.
-- themoongirl  6/17/2008
A famous bearer is DJ LaDiDa, a real name is Linda Štìpnièková. Web: http://www.discogs.com/artist/DJ+Ladida?anv=Ladida
-- Emilie007  8/6/2008
I read a long time ago that in Old English -- which I might add is a totally different language than our English, King James's English is considered modern English -- that Linda meant lime tree.
-- bibleuser777  8/8/2008
I like this name, but so many women born in the Forties (including a great-aunt of mine) and Fifties have this name, so it will be played out for quite a while. Maybe in a few decades it will be usable again.
-- bananarama  10/6/2008
Gosh I absolutely hate this name! Can you say ugly?
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2008
Polish-American actress and opera singer Linda Kozlowska, 7th January 1958, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.
-- Emilie007  1/2/2009
Linda Brent was the pen name of Harriet Jacobs in her autobiography Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. She uses the name Linda all throughout the book. This is my mother's first name, spelled Lynda, though she has always gone by her middle name, Michelle.
-- britto08  2/21/2009
Linda means beautiful and I think it is a great name for kids to grow up with and it fits any age!
-- Anonymous User  4/24/2009
Actually, Linda does not mean "Beautiful" in Spanish, it simply means, "Pretty."
-- Anonymous User  5/3/2009
Linda Balgord is an American stage actress, best known for performing as Norma Desmond in touring productions of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard", earning rave reviews. She also performed as Grizabella in the closing Broadway cast of "Cats", Mme. Dindon in "Le Cage aux Folles", and Queen Elizabeth in "The Pirate Queen". She also covered for Donna Murphy's Fosca in the 1994 production of "Passion", and for Patti LuPone's Rose in the 2008 revival of "Gypsy".
-- AndrewJKD  12/19/2009
Sure it is/was very popular and commonly used, but it's still a lovely name. I would name a child Linda.
-- Anonymous User  12/27/2009
This is a lovely name that I might consider for a future daughter. This was the first name of one my favorite teachers, so she emphasizes my fondness for this.
-- Black_X  5/8/2010
Also a common name in Estonia. [noted -ed]
-- Britttu  6/5/2010
A famous bearer is American actress Linda Kozlowski (born 7 January 1958). She's best known for her female lead role in "Crocodile Dundee" in 1986.
-- AndrewJKD  7/3/2010
Lynda Carter (correct spelling) was Wonder Woman in the 70's. Lynda Johnson was one of former U.S. President, Lyndon Johnson. Extremely popular (Linda being the more common spelling) in the 1940's and 50's in the US.
-- Jamesina  7/7/2010
Also a feminine name in Croatia. [noted -ed]
-- goricar  8/22/2010
Linda doesn't sound old to me. It actually sounds more for a prissy, preppy girl :(
-- Schizofrenic  12/27/2010
Linda is not a Bulgarian name!
-- Gioiella  6/6/2011
I know an 18 year old named Linda and I find it very interesting. It sounds like an older person's name, but matched with such a pretty young girl, it's quite intriguing.
-- Liesl  7/18/2011
Very dated. It makes me imagine a middle aged woman with a high pitched, grating, nasal voice. A woman with overdone hair and nails who has evenings mixing elaborate fruity drinks with her equally obnoxious and middle aged friends. A woman who watches Lifetime for serious. A woman who wears tacky lingerie and feels "sensual" while doing so. That's what the name Linda means to me.
-- treetops  3/11/2013
American Broadway singer, Linda Eder (born February 3, 1961) is a famous bearer.
-- jessica311  5/21/2013
Linda (spelt just like that) is found in several Bantu speaking groups in east, south east and southern Africa. It means "wait".
-- Anonymous User  11/25/2013
Linda is a pretty good name. I like a lot of names that start with "L". Linda makes me think of this sour woman from a game I played but I still like it a lot. I like Lin more, and I absolutely LOVE Lynette. I would name my kid Lynette.
-- IronClocks  3/3/2014
It is also used in Latvia and is quite a popular name here.
-- mikelsoneliene  4/12/2014

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