lynn

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A female given name, popular as a middle name
A habitational surname
A male given name usually appearing as a middle name
Any of several place names ( outside Britain named for persons with the surname)
most popular as a middle name
usually appearing as a middle name
A city of northeast Massachusetts, a residential and industrial suburb of Boston. It was formerly an important shoe-making center. Population: 81,245. Lunt Alfred and Lynn Fontanne Lynn Canal Lynn Loretta Ryan Lynn Nolan Jr
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Lynn Canal
An inlet of the Pacific Ocean in southeast Alaska connecting Skagway with Juneau. It was a major route to the goldfields during the Alaskan gold rush (1896-1898). Deep fjord, southeastern Alaska, U.S. An important gateway to the Klondike region, it is 80 mi (129 km) long and 6 mi (10 km) wide. The northernmost fjord to penetrate the Coast Mountains, it was named in 1794 by Capt. George Vancouver for his birthplace, King's Lynn, Eng
Lynn Nolan Jr. Ryan
born Jan. 31, 1947, Refugio, Tex., U.S. U.S. baseball pitcher. Ryan was signed to a New York Mets minor league team in 1965. He played for the Mets (1968-71), California Angels (1972-79), Houston Astros (1980-88), and Texas Rangers (1989-93). In 1983 he became the first pitcher to surpass Walter Johnson's 1927 record of 3,508 career strikeouts, and he retired in 1993 at the advanced age of 46 with an astonishing 5,714. He also set records for most strikeouts in a season (383 in 1973) and most no-hit games (7)
Lynne
A surname, a rare spelling variant of Lynn
Lynne
A female given name, a common spelling variant of Lynn
Alfred and Lynn Fontanne Lunt
orig. Lillie Louise Fontanne born Aug. 19, 1892, Milwaukee, Wis., U.S. died Aug. 3, 1977, Chicago, Ill. born Dec. 6, 1887, Essex, Eng. died July 30, 1983, Genesee Depot, Wis. U.S. acting team. Lunt made his acting debut in Boston in 1912 and starred in Clarence on Broadway (1919). Fontanne made her acting debut in London in 1909 and in New York City in 1910. She and Lunt married in 1922 and performed with the Theatre Guild from 1924 to 1929. They acted together in more than 25 plays, including The Guardsmen (1924) and Design for Living (1933), the latter of which Noë l Coward wrote for them. Considered the foremost acting couple of the U.S. theatre, they were acclaimed for the subtlety and effortless cooperation of their performances, especially in comedies by Coward and George Bernard Shaw
King's Lynn
A municipal borough of eastern England on the Ouse River near the Wash. Dating from Saxon times, it was formerly one of the chief ports in England. Population: 33,340
Loretta Lynn
orig. Loretta Webb born April 14, 1935, Butcher Hollow, Ky., U.S. U.S. country music singer. Born in a coalminer's shack, Lynn married at age 13 and bore the first of six children the next year. In 1960 she released her first single, "Honky Tonk Girl," which became a hit. In 1962 she joined the Grand Ole Opry, and by the mid-1960s hits such as "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin'" made her one of country's biggest stars. In 1970 she released her signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter"; it provided the title of a best-selling autobiography and a popular film (1980). Her half-sister, Crystal Gayle (b. 1951), also had a successful recording career
Lynne
a spelling variant of Lynn
Lynne
A surname, spelling variant of Lynn
lynn

    Silbentrennung

    Lynn

    Türkische aussprache

    lîn

    Aussprache

    /ˈlən/ /ˈlɪn/

    Etymologie

    () From place names in Norfolk and Scotland, Scottish Gaelic linne (“stream, pool”) or from corresponding Old English/Celtic words. * The female name is used as a fanciful spelling variant of Lyn, shortened from the common -lyn/-line ending of women's names , as in Carolyn, Evelyn, Gwendolyn.

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