Lark

Lark Meaning and Origin

The name Lark is a unisex name meaning “bird” and is of English origin. It is derived from the name of the small, singing bird known as a lark. In English literature and poetry, the lark has been used as a symbol of joy, hope, and new beginnings, and this may be one reason why the name Lark has become popular as a baby name. Lark has been used as a given name for both boys and girls, although it is more commonly used for girls. It first appeared as a given name in the United States in the late 19th century and has remained moderately popular ever since. Some famous people with the name Lark include the American actress Lark Voorhies, who is best known for her role as Lisa Turtle on the TV series “Saved by the Bell”, and the American musician Larken Poe, a duo made up of sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell.

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