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Romilda is the name of the aggressive girl who goes to any lengths to make Harry Potter go out with her in JK Rowling's Harry Potter series. She appears the first time in book 6. She's pretty but stuck-up.
-- gin_rummy  9/1/2005
Don't like the Harry Potter character, love the name.
-- Kerules  4/5/2009
Romilda, in Teutonic, means "little brave battle-maid". :)
-- walesgal92  4/30/2009
This name has a really pretty sound to it, and I love lesser-used Italian names. I've studiously avoided the Harry Potter franchise, so I wouldn't have known it's used in there.
-- Anyechka  9/12/2012
Romilda Villani (1914-1991) was the mother of Sophia Loren.
-- alberto  10/4/2013

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