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Such a beautiful name. It carries the simplicity in spelling and syllables that are so popular today, but the sound itself is out of fashion (along the same lines as Hester and Agathe). That makes it so much fresher for use today. Plus, the meaning is beyond positive and expresses a lot of potential and love for any child. I am especially fond of the Italian pronunciation, and hope this name becomes fashionable again.
Joiya  3/16/2015
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This is my great aunt's name. She is the only Gilda I have ever met and heard of in my life so far! It's unique in a good way.
flamingrubyred  4/12/2012
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This name is also used in English-speaking countries, The Netherlands and Germany.
Lucille  1/16/2009
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This name sounds very refined and elegant, it's quite chic and classy. It makes me think of the movie "Gilda" so I picture a beautiful light skinned girl with reddish/brown hair who is glamorous and seductive.
― Anonymous User  10/6/2008
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Gilda (soprano) is the daughter of the title character in Verdi's opera "Rigoletto".
Lilya  8/2/2007
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The film classic 'Gilda' starring Rita Hayworth bears this name.
Milene  3/14/2006
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Gilda Radner was an American comedian and actress, best known for her five years as part of the original cast of Saturday Night Live. She died at 42 of ovarian cancer, and became an icon for public awareness of detection and treatment of the disease.
― Anonymous User  1/23/2006

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