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Forename Matilda

Worldwide, Matilda (Matilda France Ghana Germany Sweden South Africa, Mathilde France Germany Sweden South Africa United States, Матильда Russia Kazakhstan Ukraine Kyrgyzstan, and others...) is a very common female forename. Given name Matilda is characteristic to Sweden, where it is quite a common feminine name, Albania, and Ghana (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population the name is most common in France, Ghana, and Germany. Much less frequently, Matilda is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Matilda

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Matilda Sweden, Germany, France, South Africa, Ghana
Mathilde Sweden, Germany, United States, France, South Africa
Матильда Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine
מטילדה Israel
Матилда Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine
ماتيلدا Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Iraq
マチルダ Japan

First name Matilda in the context

Matilda is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Matilda Sager ; Matilda Wormwood , the fictional character in Roald Dahl’s 1988 novel Matilda, dababy; Matilda McDuck , the Disney comic character, The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck; Matilda Ajan , the fictional character from Mobile Suit Gundam and Matilda , the 1982 Commonwealth Games mascot and current statue in Kybong, Queensland, Australia, and in many other works.

First names said to be same

Hild, Hilta, Maht, Malkin, Malla, Mathilda, Matild, Matilde, Matucha, Matylda, Matılda, Maud, Mechthild, Mechtilde, Mechtylda, Meht, Milda, Màtilda, Tilda, Tilly, Матілда, Матільда, and מתילדה

Notable namesakes

picture of Matilda of Tuscany Matilda of Tuscany Matilda of Tuscany Italian feudal margrave of Tuscany, ruler in northern Italy and the chief Italian supporter of Pope Gregory VII during the Investiture Controversy, Stato della Chiesa (b. 1046) link
Matilda of Swabia duchess consort of Carinthia and Upper Lorraine (b. 1000) link
Matilda FitzRoy, Countess of Perche 12th-century illegitimate daughter of King Henry I of England (b. 1050) link
Matilda of Normandy daughter of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders (b. 1061) link
Matilde d'Altavilla Daughter of Robert Guiscard Countess of Barcelona, Viscountess of Narbonne (b. 1060) link
Matilda of Luxembourg German noble (b. 1100) link
Matilda de Cuiseaux (b. 1110) link
Matilda de Heinsberg (b. 1133) link
picture of Matilda of Brabant Matilda of Brabant Matilda of Brabant Countess of Holland (b. 1200) link
Matilda de Percy countess of Warwick and magnate (b. 1150) link
picture of Matilda of Béthune Matilda of Béthune Matilda of Béthune Countess consort of Flanders (b. 1220) link
Matilda of Chester, Countess of Huntingdon Scottish countess, Kingdom of England (b. 1171) link
Matilde de Borgonya (b. 1150) link
Matilda Von Groitzsch (b. 1185) link
Matilda of Bar countess consort of Kyrburg (b. 1200) link
Matilda von Dinslaken (b. 1190) link
Matilda of Amboise (b. 1200) link
picture of Matilda of Brandenburg, Duchess of Poland Matilda of Brandenburg, Duchess of Poland Matilda of Brandenburg, Duchess of Poland Polish duchess (b. 1270) link
Matilda of Hochstaden German noble, d. 1265 (b. 1250) link
picture of Matilda of Bavaria, Margravine of Meissen Matilda of Bavaria, Margravine of Meissen Matilda of Bavaria, Margravine of Meissen oldest daughter of emperor Louis IV. (b. 1313) link
Matilde von Jülich (b. 1237) link
Matilda von Arenberg (b. 1280) link
Maud Bruce daughter of Robert I of Scotland and Elizabeth de Burgh, Kingdom of Scotland (b. 1303) link
Maud of Lancaster, Countess of Ulster Irish noble (b. 1310) link
Maud, Countess of Leicester British noble, England (b. 1339) link
picture of Mathilde van Savoye Mathilde van Savoye Mathilde van Savoye Electress Palatine (b. 1390) link
Matilda Grey (b. 1382) link
Matilda Ferrers (b. 1395) link
Mathilde de Brunswick-Lunebourg (b. 1370) link
Matilda Throckmorton Peerage person ID=3365 (b. 1425) link
Matilda Scarburgh 1646 - 3 Jan 1720/1721 Nandua, Accomac, Virginia (b. 1646) link
picture of Matilde d'Este Matilde d'Este Matilde d'Este (b. 1673) link
picture of Matilda Chase Ridgely Matilda Chase Ridgely Matilda Chase Ridgely 1763-1835 (b. 1763) link
picture of Mary Matilda Betham Mary Matilda Betham Mary Matilda Betham English poet and miniature painter, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1776) link
picture of Matilda Ridley Watts Matilda Ridley Watts Matilda Ridley Watts 1789 -1862 (b. 1789) link
picture of Charlotte, Princess Royal Charlotte, Princess Royal Charlotte, Princess Royal British princess, Württemberg (b. 1766) link
picture of Matilde Meoni Malenchini Matilde Meoni Malenchini Matilde Meoni Malenchini Italian painter and academic (b. 1779) link
Matilda Conyers (b. 1753) link
picture of Princess Sophia of Gloucester Princess Sophia of Gloucester Princess Sophia of Gloucester United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1773) link
Matilda Gooch (b. 1754) link
picture of Matilda Houstoun Matilda Houstoun Matilda Houstoun American novelist and travel writer (b. 1815) link
Matilda Guiguer de Prangins (b. 1758) link
Matilda Tone Wife of Tone, (b. 1769) link
picture of Matilda Hays Matilda Hays Matilda Hays British journalist, translator, editor, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1820) link
Matilda Lee (b. 1766) link
picture of Matilda Joslyn Gage Matilda Joslyn Gage Matilda Joslyn Gage American abolitionist, writer, USA (b. 1826) link
Matilda Hanson (b. 1767) link
picture of Matilda Jane Evans Matilda Jane Evans Matilda Jane Evans Australian novelist (b. 1827) link
picture of Matilda Biggs Matilda Biggs Matilda Biggs (b. 1818) link
picture of Matilda Sharpe Matilda Sharpe Matilda Sharpe British painter (b. 1830) link
picture of Matilda Heron Matilda Heron Matilda Heron American actress, USA (b. 1830) link
picture of Matilda Gilruth Carpenter Matilda Gilruth Carpenter Matilda Gilruth Carpenter American temperance activist, writer, USA (b. 1831) link
Matilda Cockburn (b. 1772) link
picture of Louisa Matilda Jacobs Louisa Matilda Jacobs Louisa Matilda Jacobs American abolitionist and educator, USA (b. 1833) link
picture of Matilda Carse Matilda Carse Matilda Carse Irish-born American businesswoman, social reformer, publisher, USA (b. 1835) link
picture of Matilda Emelia Margareta Nordström Matilda Emelia Margareta Nordström Matilda Emelia Margareta Nordström Swedish, SE (b. 1835) link
picture of Matilde Isabel de Santana e Vasconcelos Moniz de Betencourt Matilde Isabel de Santana e Vasconcelos Moniz de Betencourt Matilde Isabel de Santana e Vasconcelos Moniz de Betencourt Portuguese poetess, Portugal (b. 1805) link
picture of Matilda Betham-Edwards Matilda Betham-Edwards Matilda Betham-Edwards English novelist, travel writer, poet and children's writer, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1836) link
picture of Matilda M. Barratt Matilda M. Barratt Matilda M. Barratt British Mormon leader (b. 1837) link
Matilda Sophia Cokayne (b. 1779) link
picture of Matilda Cooke Maltby Matilda Cooke Maltby Matilda Cooke Maltby librarian, Sutton Free Library. Nebraska, USA (b. 1841) link
Matilda Ewing (b. 1781) link
Matilda Sparrow Bence born 1791 (b. 1791) link
picture of Matilda Ellen Bishop Matilda Ellen Bishop Matilda Ellen Bishop British academic (b. 1842) link
Matilda Gun Cuninghame (b. 1783) link
picture of Matilda Ridout Edgar Matilda Ridout Edgar Matilda Ridout Edgar Canadian historian, Canada (b. 1844) link
picture of Matilda Maranda Crawford Matilda Maranda Crawford Matilda Maranda Crawford American-Canadian correspondent, teacher, Canada (b. 1844) link
Matilda Newport amerikanisch-liberische Kolonialistin und Siedlerin (b. 1795) link
Matilda Heming British painter, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1796) link
picture of Princess Mathilde Sophie of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg Princess Mathilde Sophie of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg Princess Mathilde Sophie of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg German princess, Germany (b. 1816) link
picture of Matilde Díez Matilde Díez Matilde Díez Spanish actor, España (b. 1818) link
Matilde de Galvez, Marchesa della Sonora 1768-1839 (b. 1768) link
picture of Matilda Coxe Stevenson Matilda Coxe Stevenson Matilda Coxe Stevenson ethnologist, USA (b. 1849) link
Matilda Lecky person fl. in the 18th and 19th century (b. 1800) link
Harriet Matilda Robbins 1800 - 1873 (b. 1800) link
picture of Matilda Cugler-Poni Matilda Cugler-Poni Matilda Cugler-Poni Romanian poet, Romania (b. 1851) link
Matilda Harrison (b. 1791) link
Matilda Fox (b. 1792) link
Matilda Scrymgeour-Wedderburn born 1803 (b. 1803) link
picture of Matilda Smith Matilda Smith Matilda Smith British botanical illustrator, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1854) link
Matilda Stanley died 1850 (b. 1806) link
picture of Martha Matilda Harper Martha Matilda Harper Martha Matilda Harper Canadian entrenpeneur, USA (b. 1857) link
Matilda Price (b. 1797) link
Matilda Scribner wife of George Washington Schuyler, USA (b. 1809) link
Matilda Helbert Israel (b. 1801) link
picture of Mrs. John Wood Mrs. John Wood Mrs. John Wood English actress, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1831) link
Matilda Coulson born 1811 (b. 1811) link
Matilda Palazzesi (b. 1802) link
Matilda Furley Storekeeper, baker, butcher, hotel-keeper, community leader, New Zealand (b. 1813) link
Matilda Penfold 1813-1890 (b. 1813) link
picture of Matilda Jungstedt Matilda Jungstedt Matilda Jungstedt Swedish singer, SE (b. 1864) link
Matilda Hume (b. 1805) link
Matilda T. Durham American composer and hymn writer (b. 1815) link
Matilda Pole (b. 1807) link
Matilda Binny (b. 1807) link
Matilda Penrose (b. 1808) link
picture of Margaret Matilda White Margaret Matilda White Margaret Matilda White New Zealand photographer and nurse, New Zealand (b. 1868) link
picture of Matilda Browne Matilda Browne Matilda Browne American painter, USA (b. 1869) link
Matilda Marian Pullan British writer (b. 1819) link
picture of Malvina Vernet y Sáez Malvina Vernet y Sáez Malvina Vernet y Sáez Argentina (b. 1830) link

Characteristic surnames

Andersson, Johansson, Johnson, Williams, Brown, Karlsson, Jones, Eriksson, and Svensson