Quenilda

Quenilda comes from a medieval English name, a medieval form of Cwénhild meaning “wife battle”, made up from Old English cwen (woman, wife, queen) and hild (battle, war).

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Variants:

  • Cwénhild (Anglo-Saxon)
  • Quenild (Old English)
  • Cwenhilde (Old English)
  • Quenylda (Old English)
  • Quenilla (Old English)
  • Quenilla (Old English)
  • Quenella (Old English)

 

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