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Wow, this name actually sounds pretty cool!
However, if someone were to use it today, it would be put with all the "trendy" names, and the parents would probably be accused of not knowing how to spell something (like Linzi instead of Lindsay/Lindsey). So, admittedly cool name, but should probably stay in the past.
-- erb816  4/8/2010
Roman. Masculine. Latin, from Lentia.
-- Anonymous User  7/4/2011
Linza is masculine and related to the ancient Roman Lentia (reference the history of Linz, Austria.)
-- Dude  2/17/2015
I am a historian on the surname and the family. Linza is not female nor of Germaninc origin. Linza is masculine of Ancient Roman origin. The "a" ending in Latin as in Italian does not necessarily denote female form. Linza as Lentia is the basis for Linz, Austria, which was founded by the Romans as Lentia.
-- Anonymous User  10/6/2015
Linza is from the old Roman Latin Lentia. The ending A has nothing to do with it being female. It is Italian of Roman origin.
-- Anonymous User  11/3/2015

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