Lynette

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Etymology[edit]

Anglicized form of Welsh Eluned, first used by Tennyson in the Idylls of the King(1859-85). By folk etymology it is often seen as a diminutive of Lynn.

Proper noun[edit]

Lynette

  1. A female given name.
    • 1872 Alfred Tennyson: Gareth and Lynette:
      'My name?' she said -
      'Lynette, my name; noble; my need, a knight,