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Name Lindsey - Meaning of Children

Name Lindsey - Meaning of Children


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

Of Anglo-Saxon origin, the name "Lindsey" means "a place to land".

Celebrities:

American alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, American ski jumper Lindsey Van, American volleyball player Lindsey Berg, American actress Lindsey McKeon (performing Tessa in "Supernatural"), actress and singer Lindsey Marie Shaw (playing the role of Paige McCullers in the TV series "Pretty Little Liars"), hip-hop violinist Lindsey Stirling ...

His character :

Lindsey does not let herself walk on her feet. Endowed with a fiery temperament, it is very difficult to stand up to him. She likes to have the last word and does not hesitate to use an impressive force of persuasion to assert her point of view. It is very strong when it comes to debate.

Lindsey fights daily to hope for a better life. Insatiable in nature, she strives for excellence and works tirelessly to achieve this. Even if at first glance, Lindsey is an indulgent and understanding woman, at times she can become completely stuck. However, Lindsey is not one to stay angry for a long time. She gets back pretty quickly, to the delight of those around her.

Side heart, Lindsey is not difficult as companion. She is pleasant to live. It does not take much to make her happy. Far from being possessive or demanding, she gives a serene confidence to her partner. Always caring for her family, we can see in her a perfect mother.

Derivatives:

Lindsay, Lyndsey.

His party :

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