Magnhilda

Magnhilda meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Germanic
Usage: Old Norse, Swedish and Norwegian
Meaning: A Strong Battlemaiden
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Germanic name Magnhilda is principally used in Norwegian, Old Norse and Swedish and a girl name, meaning of Magnhilda is "A Strong Battlemaiden". Magnhilda is a version of Magnhildr. Magnhildr is variant form of Maginhild. Also Magnhildr is another transcription of MAGN;HILD.

Variants of Magnhilda

Maganhilde, Magnhildr, Maginhild

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Popularity of Magnhilda

Magnhilda is an extremely rare name around the globe.

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To have letter A as your capstone in your name represents your wild personality, individuality, originality and ambitious spirit. In order to achieve great things and become the influencer you always dreamed to be, you have to pay attention to people because believe it or not, they play their part in a person's career success. You hate waking up at the same time in the morning if you don't have to.

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