Name Lindor - meaning, origin, popularity 

Lindor name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin and Old Norse
Usage: Swedish, Norwegian, Old SwedishDanish and Finnish
Meaning: He who Seduces
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What does Lindor mean?

Originated from Latin and Old Norse, Lindor is used as a baby boy name, Lindor means "He who Seduces" is largely used in Norwegian, Swedish, Old SwedishDanish and Finnish. Lindor is manly form of Linda. Linda is version of Names Ending with -Lind/-Linda/-Linde. Linda is resulted from Adèle. Linda is shortened form of Adelinenames ending in "Lind". Also Linda is shortened form of "Linda". Linda is English cognate of Linde. Also Linda is form of Lindsay in English language. Linda is also form of Names Containing the Germanic Name Element Lind in German language. Linda's origin is Old English, Old High German and Germanic, meaning of Linda is "Beauty and Noble".

Variants of Lindor

Linder, Lynder

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How popular is the name Lindor?

Lindor is a common baby name in Argentina while it is somewhat familiar in Chile, Brazil, Peru and Haiti. At least, 2000 people globally have carried Lindor as their given name according to our evaluation.

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Lindor in Nordic countries

CountriesMen
First NameSecondary Name
Netherlands55
Sweden1269
Norway125
Denmark10

Numerological analysis of Lindor

Use your mind and position to do great things you will be remembered for. You always do it with a purpose, and that's to teach others what you've learned. Most people are jealous of your aura and ability to become the center of attention even when you don't try at all. Love makes you complete. You seriously need to work on your self-confidence. You are a creative thinker who always comes with the best solutions.

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