Len vs Leonard - What's the difference?
Len is a related term of leonard.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(en proper noun
* 1844 , The Birthright and Other Tales , Henry Colburn 1844, page 251:
* 1997 , Underworld , Simon&Schuster 1998, ISBN 0684848155, page 592:
- - - - save the delight of being called "Leo" by those whom the newspapers call "the leading fashionables", whereas, had he stuck to the city , he might still have been called only Leonard , like his father before him.
- "You want names, I'll give you names. My name is Leonard Alfred Schneider. What was I doing when I took the name Lenny Bruce? I was moving towards the invisible middle.
*The given name has been in quiet continuous use since the Middle Ages. A popularity peak occurred during the first half of the 20th century.