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Origin or Ethnicity
Its source is maht hild, an Ancient Germanic name meaning "Mighty in battle."
This girl's name is used in English, Norwegian and Swedish.
Nicknames: Mattie, Matty, Tilda, Tillie and Tilly
Non-English Forms: Mafalda, Mathilda, Mathilde, Matilde, Machteld and Mathild
The name Matilda ranked 707th in popularity for females of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census.
The story of a worker waltzing with his ''matilda'' (Austrailan slang for a bedroll) while he waits for his tea to boil.
Daughter of Henry I of England, wife of Holy Roman Emperor Henry V, and mother (by her second husband, Geoffrey Plantagenet) of Henry II of England. Also known as Maud.
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