What does Casilda mean?
This Spanish saint's name is of uncertain meaning. Possibly Spanish from German, "warlike, a fighter", or may have been Arabic in origin. Saint Casilda (11th century) is the patron saint of Toledo.
Casilda has 1 variant: Cassilda.Kreatif forms:
(female) Casilva, Chasilda, ..
(male) Casilde, Casildy, ..
How popular is Casilda?
Casilda is an unusual first name for women. Casilda is an unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the baby name history of Casilda for girls. Casilda has not been ranked in the Top 2000 so far. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Suggested similar names are Basilia, Batilda, Cacelia, Caila, Cailey, Cailie, Cailyn, Calida, Calinda, Calista▼, Callida, Camila▲, Camile, Camilla▲, Camille▲, Canada, Canda, Candida, Caralia, Caridad, Carinna, Carisma, Caritta, Carla▼, Carlia, Carmilla, Casi, Casia, Casidy, Casondra, Cassia, Cassiddy, Cassidi, Catina▼, Cecilea, Ceila, Ceilia, Celida, Cesia, Chasida, Chasina, Chulda, Cicilia, Cilka, Cilla, Cirilla, Clotilda, Corilla, Csilla, Cybilla, Darinda, Giselda, Gunilda, Harolda, Hilda▼, Isolda, Jacinda, Jasminda, Majida, Marilda, Matelda, Mathilda▼, Matilda▼, Nagida, Ragnilda, Rashyda (see Rashida), Renilda, Romilda, Sarilda, Sasilia, Serilda, Swanilda, Valida, Vasilia and Zarinda. These names tend to be more frequently used than Casilda.