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Rosalind

Rosalind

The name Rosalind originates from Old German. It is derived from the words “hros,” meaning "horse," and “linde,” meaning "soft." Rosalind is generally understood to mean "gentle horse." The name may also be related to the Latin phrase “rosa linda,” which can be translated to mean "pretty rose." Rosalind was made popular in poetry written by Edmund Spencer and as the heroine in Shakespeare's “As You Like It.”

Similar Names: Ros, Roselyn
Famous Rosalind Names: Rosalind Cash (actress), Rosalind Russell (actress)

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