Linus Stern in the US

  1. #67,019,367 Linus Steeno
  2. #67,019,368 Linus Steffl
  3. #67,019,369 Linus Stelten
  4. #67,019,370 Linus Stephenson
  5. #67,019,371 Linus Stern
  6. #67,019,372 Linus Sthillaire
  7. #67,019,373 Linus Stidam
  8. #67,019,374 Linus Stifter
  9. #67,019,375 Linus Stoll
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Meaning & Origins

Latin form of the Greek name Linos, which is of uncertain origin. In Greek mythology, Linus was a famous musician who taught music to Hercules; it is also the name of an infant son of Apollo who was exposed to die on a mountainside in Argos. The name may have been invented to explain the obscure refrain, ‘ailinon’, of the so-called ‘Linus song’, traditionally sung at harvest time in Argos. In the Christian era, Linus was the name of the second pope, St Peter's successor, who was martyred in c.76. He has been tentatively identified with the Linus to whom Paul sends greetings in 2 Timothy 4:21. Nowadays, the given name is associated with a character in the popular Peanuts strip cartoon series, a little boy inseparable from his security blanket.
5,784th in the U.S.
German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): from Middle High German stern, German Stern ‘star’, a habitational name for someone living at a house distinguished by the sign of a star, or a Jewish ornamental name. This name is widespread throughout central and eastern Europe. In Slovenia it is commonly spelled Štern.
1,254th in the U.S.

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