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Meaning of the Name Tilda

The first name Tilda is of Teutonic, German, Swedish, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Teutonic: Battle Maiden
German: Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Swedish: Heroine
French: Mighty in War

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Related Names

Atilda  (English)
At the Elder Tree
Bertilda  (Teutonic)
Commanding Battle Maiden
Bertilda  (English)
Shining Battlemaid
Botilda  (Swedish)
Commanding
Botilda  (Norse)
Directing Heroine
Clotilda  (German)
Heroine. Famous Battle. Derived from the Old German 'Hloda' Meaning Loud or Famous, and 'Hildi' Meaning Battle. Famous Bearer: Th Century Saint Clotilda Was Married to King Clovis, and Played a Major
Clotilda  (Teutonic)
Renowned for War
Gotilda  (Swedish)
Strong
Madison  (English)
Surname Derived from Matthew 'Gift of God' or from Matilda 'strong Fighter.'
Madison  (English)
Surname Derived from Matthew: (Gift of Jah) or Matilda: (Strong Fighter). The Mermaid Heroine of the Film 'splash. '
Mahault  (Dutch)
Dutch Form of Matilda
Maitilda  (Irish)
Strong Battle Maiden
Mathilde  (French)
From the Name Matilda
Matia  (Spanish)
From Matilda
Matilda  (Teutonic)
Strong, of Great Power (Matti, Mattie, Tilly, Tillie, Tilda)
Matilda  (French)
Strong in War. Strength for Battle
Matilda  (German)
Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Matilda  (Arthurian Legend)
Mother of Merlin
Matilda  (German)
Might, Power
Matilda  (Swedish)
Brave in War
Matilda  (Greek)
Brave in War
Matilda  (Teutonic)
Battle Maiden
Mattie  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Matty  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Matyidy  (Polish)
Polish Form of Matilda: Mighty Battle Maid
Maud  (German)
Variant of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Maude  (German)
Variant of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Metilda  (Teutonic)
Mighty Battle-maid, Proud, Headstrong, Thoughtless, She Has Much Beauty
Patty  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Tilly  (German)
Diminutive of Matilda: Strength in Battle. Matilda Was the Wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia As Slang for a Bushman's Pack
Tilly  (English)
From Tilden or Matilda
Vaetilda  (Norse)
Mother of the Skraeling Children

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