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Used by Robert W. Chambers for Hildred Castaigne (male) in “The King in Yellow” (1895).
― Anonymous User  12/3/2018
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My grandma's name! It's very unusual. I only like it because I loved her.
rowan7gold  11/20/2016
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Yuck. Hildred looks even uglier than Mildred. Hilda is beautiful enough, but to lump it together with Mildred?
bananarama  6/24/2009
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Looks like a blend of the more familiar names Hilda and Mildred, themselves popular early in the 20th century but now widely considered somewhat old-fashioned.
freeserve.co.uk  3/3/2007

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