[muh-til-duh; French ma-teeld; German mah-til-duh]
- a female given name, French or German form of Matilda.
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On Sunday Belgium celebrated the coronation of Prince Philippe and his wife, Princess Mathilde.
As the oldest of five children, Mathilde worked to establish herself early on.
I first met her when she and Dr. Mathilde Krim formed Cinema Against AIDS, the amfAR charity event held every year in Cannes.Harvey Weinstein: Elizabeth Taylor Was AIDS' Greatest Fighter
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Agar was to be introduced by Princess Mathilde, to whom she was then sitting as Minerva.
We were asked to give it at the Tuileries, and at the house of Princess Mathilde.
He was a widower, and married for the second time a woman named Mathilde.A Zola Dictionary
J. G. Patterson
However, Mathilde, looking submissive but sad, did not stir.
For a moment Mathilde remained motionless, blinking her eyes.