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Lindon

[lin-duh n] /ˈlɪn dən/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • No, my dear sister, can you not see that I mean all this as a lesson for Lindon?

    The Adventures of Don Lavington George Manville Fenn
  • “I treat Lindon as if he were my son when we are at home,” said the old man, quietly.

    The Adventures of Don Lavington George Manville Fenn
  • No; she will be down in a few minutes, I daresay, and Lindon too.

    The Adventures of Don Lavington George Manville Fenn
  • Come, Lindon,” said his uncle quietly, “you have kept us waiting some time.

    The Adventures of Don Lavington George Manville Fenn
  • “You had better go to your desk, Lindon,” said Uncle Josiah, coldly.

    The Adventures of Don Lavington George Manville Fenn
  • And after that we used to meet by the watering trough on the Lindon road.

    Dr. Jonathan (A Play) Winston Churchill
  • Mr. Lindon, early in life, had opened a small shop, and then enlarged it.

    Geoffrey Hampstead Thomas Stinson Jarvis
  • This was that she was left so much without the society of Mr. Lindon.

    Geoffrey Hampstead Thomas Stinson Jarvis
  • Nina was not born for some time after Mr. and Mrs. Lindon had been married.

    Geoffrey Hampstead Thomas Stinson Jarvis
  • But Mrs. Lindon had never been a tower of strength to her, or she might have gone to her.

    Geoffrey Hampstead Thomas Stinson Jarvis

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