were used by medieval French peoples.
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VULFETRUDE f Medieval French
Frankish feminine name derived from the Germanic elements wulf
meaning "wolf" and thrud
YSMAINE f Medieval French, Literature
Origin unknown, probably unrelated to Ismay
. It was used in a 13th-century continuation of Chrétien de Troyes' 'Perceval, the Story of the Grail', where it belongs to Perceval's cousin who marries the knight Faradien... [more]
YTHIER m Medieval French
Medieval French variant of a Germanic name in which the second element is hari
meaning "army, warrior"; the first element may be related to id
"work, labour" or idhja