The name Belinda is a common female first name of unknown etymology. It may have been coined from Italian bella "beautiful". Some scholars have speculated that Belinda derives from the Germanic given name Betlindis. . It may also be a merge of 'Belle' ["beauty"] and 'Linda' ["pretty"], sometimes translated as "immortal beauty".
It can refer to:
- Belinda is the name of a fictional character in Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock.
- Belinda is an Italian comic book character created by Guido Crepax.
- Belinda, a novel by Maria Edgeworth
- Belinda Peacock, a minor recurring character in the British soap, Eastenders
- Belinda Peregrín, a Mexican singer and actress
- Belinda Carlisle, the lead vocalist for the rock & roll band The Go-Go's and also a solo artist
- "Belinda", a 1981 single by British band Eurythmics
- Belinda McDonald, dramatic character played by Jane Wyman in the 1948 movie Johnny Belinda
- Belinda (moon) is the name of one of the satellites of Uranus and is named after the heroine of The Rape of the Lock.