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Derived from a Scottish surname which was originally taken from a place name. Has proven to be a more common name for girls than boys because of its 1974 debut on the chart and positions in the top 100 and 200 since 1977. Lindsay, a variation of the name also preferred among parents, is listed among the top 300. Both spellings are popular with the "y" ending, but are even more trendy when spelled with a "z" or combined with other names such as Lindseylee or Lindsey-Anne. , Linden Trees Near The Water
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