Thilda meaning and origin
Far-out and Timeless Thilda's origin is German, meaning of Thilda is "Strength and Shield" and is given to girls is largely used in Danish, Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian. Thilda is form of Göthilda. Göthilda is variant form of Giöthilda.. Thilda is celebrated on March 14th.
Variants of ThildaNames that rhyme with Thilda
Popularity of Thilda
Thilda is a rare baby name in France and may not be used now. Also, Thilda is a familiar name in India. According to our findings, over 300 babies have been named Thilda globally.
Numerological aspects of Thilda
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- Fridtjof means Thjofr, Prince of Peace or Fridr is rooted from Old Icelandic and Old Norse, a baby boy name is prevalently used in Danish and Finnish
- Reinert is form of Reinhard in German language
- Linas - Desirable and Enduring Old Greek Linas is used as a baby boy name is prevalently used in Swedish and Danish. Linas is Norwegian equivalent of Lina
- Thilda - Used in Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish venerable and odd, Thilda came from German used as a baby girl name, Thilda means "Strength or Shield"
- Oto - Predominant and Venerable boy name Oto has its origin in Germanic is used principally in Danish, Finnish and Swedish languages. Oto is German form of Otto
Namesakes of Thilda
- In 1920 drama film, En Aftenscene, Thilda Fønss characterized Abigail Gluud.