[ hil-duh-gahrd ]
/ ˈhɪl dəˌgɑrd /
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a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “battle” and “protector.”
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How to use Hildegarde in a sentence
"They would be taken care of without her," Hildegard interposed.
"And the wayward Magelone would be vis--vis de rien," Hildegard added.
"The physician from town has given him up," Hildegard replied.
"Don't be so sure, my dear child," was Hildegard's sneering reply.
It is preserved in the third book of her visions, and also in the correspondence of Hildegard, together with the reply sent to it.Woman under Monasticism|Lina Eckenstein