Link: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Link
Origin of the name Lincoln:
Transferred use of the surname derived from the city of Lincoln in northeastern England. The name is found written in Latin in the 7th century as Lindum Colonia, which is probably a Latinate rendering of the Welsh llyn (lake, pool) and the Latin colonia (colony).
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- Comments and insights on the name Link: | Edit
We liked Lincoln, and figured "Link" would be a good nickname, then thought Link would be a cool name itself.
The name 'Link' can be given to first-borns or only children. As a first name, it could be indicative of a parental union.
- Personal experiences with the name Link: | Edit
Link Wray is the only person I know to go by "Link". His real name was Fred Lincoln.
- Nicknames for Link: | Edit
Link is my maiden name. We are naming our son, due in September, Link! Love this name, and it means so much to me personally, so it will be a fitting name for our first child. I've always received compliments on the name and my husband is thrilled with the idea of a unique, family name for our child.
- Meanings and history of the name Link: | Edit
Link is literally defined as 'to conjoin', or an object that conjoins.
- Famous real-life people named Link: | Edit
Link Wray (Melba Pattillo Beals's (one of the Little Rock 9) secret white friend)
Link Egglepple Starbureiy
- Link in song, story & screen: | Edit
Link Larkin - "Hairspray"
Link Deas - To Kill a Mockingbird
Link, hero of the "Legend of Zelda" series of video games