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LīMA *WIDUZ

This name derives from the Anglo-Scottish name “Linwood”, composed of two elements: from the Arabic “līma” (lime, lemon) plus the Old English “wudu / widu”, from the Proto-Germanic “*widuz” (wood). The name means “the wood of lime trees”. It is locational from any or all of the various places called Linwood in Hampshire and LIncolnshire, England, Linwood near Paisley, in Scotland, or Lingwood a parish in the the English county of Norfolk.

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