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Tida Meaning - Origin and Names

Tida Meaning - Origin and Names


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Short, Germanic, Originals, Scandinavian

Meaning of the name:

Derived from Tilda, which comes from German terms hlod and hilde meaning "glory" and "fight".

Celebrities:

In the form of Tilda, actress, film producer and British model Tilda Swinton.

The Tida are celebrated with Sainte Tilda or Mathilde. Born in Germany around 880, she was the wife of the Duke of Saxony, the future Henry the Oiseleur. She was stripped of all her possessions after being accused by the royal councilors of squandering the treasure of the crown. Banned a long time from the court, she was reestablished at the request of Queen Edith de Wessex, the daughter-in-law. She founded many religious institutions and dedicated her life to the poor and prayers. She died on March 14, 968 and was named patroness of large families.

His character :

Tida is clever and sure of herself. An extrovert, she feels comfortable in society and is in easy contact. Frank and direct, she does not hesitate to say what she thinks. A bit authoritative, she likes to keep control of things. She has a strong personality and can be generous to the people who are dear to her.

Derivatives:

Tilda, Thyda, Thida, Thildy ...

His party :

The Tida are celebrated on March 14th.

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