Meaning & History
Originally a medieval Portuguese form of Matilda. This name was borne by the wife of Afonso, the first king of Portugal. In modern times it was the name of the titular character in a popular Argentine comic strip (published from 1964 to 1973) by Quino.
Other Languages & CulturesMahthildis, Mathilda(Ancient Germanic) Matylda(Czech) Mathilde, Tilde(Danish) Machteld, Mathilde, Mechteld, Maud, Til(Dutch) Mathilda, Matilda, Mattie, Maud, Maude, Maudie, Tilda, Tillie, Tilly(English) Matilda, Tilda(Finnish) Mahaut, Mathilde, Maud(French) Mathilde, Mechthild, Mechtilde(German) Matild(Hungarian) Til(Limburgish) Mathilde(Norwegian) Matylda(Polish) Matilda(Slovak) Matilda(Slovene) Mathilda, Matilda, Tilda, Tilde(Swedish) Mallt(Welsh)
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Entry updated April 25, 2021