Lynge

Lynge ( /ˈlɪndʒ/) is a family name of Danish and Swedish origin. The name is pronounced in Swedish.

Examples include:

  • Aqqaluk Lynge - a co-founder of the Inuit Ataqatigiit
  • Simon Lynge - a singer-songwriter raised in Greenland
  • Herman H. J. Lynge - Danish antiquarian bookseller

In Denmark, Lynge is also the name of several towns, including:

  • Lynge, Allerod, Allerød Municipality

Other articles related to "lynge":

Herman H. J. Lynge
... Herman Henrik Julius Lynge (November 13, 1822–May 12, 1897) was a Danish antiquarian bookseller ... Lynge Søn A/S” ...
Aqqaluk Lynge
... Aqqaluk Lynge was the President of the Inuit Circumpolar Council (formerly the Inuit Circumpolar Conference) from 1995 to 2002 ... An indigenous Kalaallit, Lynge is a member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, which is an advisory body to the U.N.'s Economic and Social Council ...
Lynge, Allerod
... Lynge is a town in Allerød Municipality, Denmark ... Today Lynge has grown together with the neighbouring village of Uggeløse into a small urban area with a population of 4,061 (1 January 2013) ... Danish stand-up comedian Jan Gintberg was born and grew up in Lynge ...
Lynge Jakobsen - Playing Career
... Lynge Jakobsen played his first game for Aalborg BK at May 27, 1969, after more than 4 years he was ready to play at Aalborg BK's first team in 1973 ... In his playing career Lynge Jakobsen played 267 games for Aalborg BK ... In 1978 Lynge Jakobsen signed a contract with Aalborg BK as the first professional player in the history of the club ...