hild definition

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    • An obsolete as a type of held, preterit and previous participle of hold.
    • a component in proper brands of Anglo-Saxon, German, or Scandinavian source, like in Hilda (AS. Hild, etc.), Hildebert (OHG. Hiltibraht, ‘battle-bright’), Hildebrand (OHG. Hiltibrant, German Hildebrand, Icel. Hildibrandr, ‘battle-sword’), Hildegund (MHG. Hiltegunt, ‘battle-conflict’), Brunhild (OHG. Brunihild, MHG. Brünhilt, Icel. Brynhildr, ‘mailed battle’), Grimhild (MHG. Grīmhilt, Krīmhilt, Chrīmhilt, Chriemhilt, Kriemhilt, Icel. Grīmhildr, ‘helmet-battle’), Matilda (ML. and E., contr. Maud, MHG. Mahthilt, Mechtilt, French Mathilde, ‘might-battle’), etc.

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