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Wilda is used as the name of a Bakugan, in the New Vestroia season. A Subterra Bakugan. The Japanese variant of Wilda seems to be Wiruda.
TanorFaux  7/21/2016
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The name Wilda was given to 8 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/13/2016
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Primarily German for untamed.
English for willow.
GibsonGirl  8/30/2011
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This name is far from trendy or cutesy. It's a rather strong name and unless you have a matching personality, it seems too harsh for most people. I should know, my aunt's name is Wilda.
GibsonGirl  8/30/2011
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It's just another word name in Swedish. Very trendy and cutesy. I dislike it.
― Anonymous User  6/14/2009
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Comes from the old Anglo-Saxon, and translates as "the wild one".
walesgal92  2/26/2009
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It looks quite tacky, as it has clearly been derived from 'wild'. The name doesn't exactly roll off the tingue despite being two syllables long either. It sounds like certain people's pronunciation of Wilder, assuming it isn't pronounced ''WIEL-der''. The name actually sounds quite old and makes me think of an old, skinny, very wrinkly woman with thin, dyed hair.
slight night shiver  5/13/2008
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Wilda is also used for girls in Sweden, an alternative spelling of Vilda. They are both pronounced the same "VILL-dah". "vilda" means "wild". Vilda can also be a short form of Alvilda.
Ylva  8/25/2006

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