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A famous bearer of this name in Europe is the Duchess of Brabant, Mathilde, who in time will become Queen Consort of the Belgians.
-- lala  6/27/2005
Mathilde is a beautiful name. A nice alternative to Matilda.
-- BtNfan  6/21/2006
The main character in the recent film "A Very Long Engagement," played by Audrey Tautou, was named Mathilde.
-- Baraka  6/26/2006
Very beautiful-looking. Yeah, it's better than plain old 'Matilda.'
-- Surreal  3/3/2007
Mathilde is also a German name. This was my great-grandmother's name who came to the U.S. from Germany, and it was pronounced the same way as Matilda. [noted -ed]
-- trayc53  8/15/2007
Mathilde is a song by Jacques Brel.
-- Lilya  9/5/2007
Pretty, but I hate the "H" in the middle. I've always believed it was pronounced "Mafild(e)" but "Mateeld" sounds so much better. I like the name Matilda better, though.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2007
This name is also used in the Netherlands and the Dutch pronunciation is mah:-TIL-du. [noted -ed]
-- X-Mar  10/19/2007
Mathilde was the returning lover in the Jacques Brel song of the same name.
Guy de Maupassant also used the name for the foolish main character in his short story The Necklace.
-- Izartrix  10/30/2007
I quite like this name, which is strange, considering I somewhat dislike the name Mathilda. At any rate, I think the "H" in the name gives it grit and makes it interesting.
-- tiny_clever_outlet  10/4/2008
In the book Spinners by Donna Jo Napoli, which is a retelling of Rumplestiltskin, the child Rumplestiltskin demands from the queen is named Mathilde. I think I like this spelling better than Matilda, though they're pronounced the same.
-- britto08  4/1/2009
I find this spelling very unique! I think that it is just as beautiful as Matilda, but something about this spelling makes me love this name even more. (:
-- RosePetals016  6/30/2009
This is a gorgeous name. Perhaps I like it a lot because of, as noted above, Mathilde in “A Very Long Engagement” but I just think it’s so much lovelier than Matilda (or, for that matter, lovelier than the spelling Matilda).

I agree; I love the ‘H’ in the middle. I do think that, as someone said, it gives it a sort of ‘grit’ or grittiness. I love the pronunciation ma-TEELD; I think it’s so beautiful. Stunning!
-- Lunar_Wolf  8/25/2010
Mathilde is such a gorgeous and beautiful name! I like it better than Matilda! Mathilde is so sweet and soft, and beautiful! A beautiful classic!
-- Anonymous User  12/11/2010
I just found out recently that there is a Saint Mathilde, 12/29/ her day and that she was a Queen of England.
-- Sonja Carlo  12/29/2010
Mathilde in Bavaria (1843-1925) - younger sister of Empress Elisabeth "Sissi" of Austria.
-- CarolinW  1/6/2011
Mathilde of Bavaria (1813-1862) was the oldest daughter of Ludwig I of Bavaria and his wife Therese.
-- CarolinW  6/8/2012
Mathilde (1280-1323) was the daughter of the German King Adolf of Nassau and his wife Imagina of Isenburg-Limburg.
-- CarolinW  6/17/2012
Mathilde (1251-1304) was the oldest daughter of German King Rudolf I and his wife Gertrud of Hohenburg. She married the Duke of Bavaria.
-- CarolinW  6/17/2012
Mathilde (1877-1906) was the daughter of King Ludwig III of Bavaria and his wife Maria Theresia.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Mathilde (1863-1933) was the daughter of King George of Saxony and his wife Maria Ana of Portugal.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Mathilde (1027-1034) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II and his wife Gisela.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Mathilde (1048-1060) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Henry III and his second wife Agnes.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Mathilde (979-1025) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Otto II and his wife Theophanu.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Mathilde (954-999) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Otto I and his wife Adelheid.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Mathilde (1313-1346) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV and his wife Beatrix.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
The name Mathilde was relatively popular in the beginning of the 20th century, was pretty uncommon by the 1940's, and got super trendy in the late 80's. It reached its height in 1996.
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013

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