Hildegarde Meaning - Origin and Names

Hildegarde Meaning - Origin and Names

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Origin of first name:


Meaning of the name:

The name Hildegarde comes from the Germanic terms "hild" and "gard" which mean respectively "war" and "protection".


Princess Hildegarde, Carolingian Queen Hildegarde of Vintzgau, German patron Hildegarde von Schlettstadt, Archduchess of Teschen Hildegarde of Bavaria, actress and singer Hildegard Knef, politician and religious Hildegarde Burjan.

Hildegarde de Bingen was a nun, a composer, a doctor and a 12th century literary woman. Perceiving mystical phenomena from an early age, she entered the orders in her fourteenth year. She became abbess of Disibodenberg in 1136 and founded the Rupertsberg Abbey at the age of 49. During her life, she also composed more than seventy songs, sequences and hymns. She was proclaimed a doctor of the Church by Pope Benedict XVI.

His character :

Hildegarde is determined, passionate and dynamic. Its sparkling and motivated nature is very contagious. She is often the dedicated coach of her friends and colleagues. Hildegarde always has the word to convey her enthusiasm. Full of vitality, she has a lot of humor. She succeeds in everything she does because she is optimistic and intelligent. As for the family, she is very protective of her family. However, she tends to want to impose her own choices on them.



His party :

The Hildegards are celebrated on September 17th.

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