User comments for Ethelinda (Meaning / History Only)

May also be 'linde' = soft, tender.
Amatire  5/18/2005
It should be noted that dragons were often referred to as "snakes" in Germanic mythology.
― Anonymous User  4/4/2007
'Lind' means lime-tree in Old English and was sometimes used poetically to refer to a shield made of that type of wood. Ethelinda could therefore mean Noble Shield.
― Anonymous User  4/5/2007

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