[hil-duh] /ˈhɪl də/
a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “maid of battle.”.
fem. proper name, German, literally “battle-maid,” from fem. of Old High German hild “war, battle,” from Proto-Germanic *hildiz “battle,” from PIE *keldh-, from root *kel- “to strike, cut.”
[hil-duh-brand] /ˈhɪl dəˌbrænd/ noun 1. . [hil-duh-brand] /ˈhɪl dəˌbrænd/ noun, German Mythology. 1. a hero in the Nibelungenlied. noun 1. Saint (Hildebrand) c1020–85, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1073–85. /ˈhɪldəˌbrænd/ noun 1. the monastic name of Gregory VII noun 1. Saint, monastic name Hildebrand. ?1020-–85, pope (1073–85), who did much to reform abuses in the Church. His […]
[hil-duh-gahrd] /ˈhɪl dəˌgɑrd/ noun 1. a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “battle” and “protector.”. fem. proper name, Old High German Hildegard, literally “protecting battle-maid;” for first element see Hilda; for second element see yard (n.1).
[hil-duh-gahrd] /ˈhɪl dəˌgɑrd/ noun 1. a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “battle” and “protector.”.
- Hildegard von Bingen
noun 1. 1098–1178, . [bing-uh n] /ˈbɪŋ ən/ noun 1. Hildegard von (Hildegard of Bingen”Sibyl of the Rhine”) 1098–1178, German nun, healer, writer, and composer. 2. a town in W Germany, on the Rhine River: whirlpool; tourist center. /ˈbɪŋən/ noun 1. a town in W Germany on the Rhine: wine trade and tourist centre. Pop: […]