What does Clotilda mean?
From the Old French form of the Germanic name Hlothilda. Saint Clothilde was the wife of Frankish King Clovis I in the sixth century, and supposedly went into battle by his side. One of Paris's most fashionable churches is named for her.
Related girl name: Klotid.Kreatif forms:
(female) Clotildi, Clotilva, ..
(male) Clotilin, Clotilon, ..
How popular is Clotilda?
Clotilda is an unusual first name for women. Clotilda is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name popularity of Clotilda for girls. Clotilda reached its apex rank of #1447 in the U.S. in the 1890s, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Clotilda is alike in pronunciation to Klotilda. Other suggested similar names are Alaida, Alcinda, Alfrida, Alicinda (see Alcinda), Allmida (see Almeda), Altheda, Bathilda, Batilda, Bertilda, Brunilda, Caitilin, Camila▲, Candida, Carmila, Carolinda, Casilda, Cassilda, Catina▼, Ceceilia, Cecilla, Celida, Celinda, Chlorinda, Chonda, Cilla, Clarina, Clarinda, Clarissa▼, Clarizza, Clayrinda, Clelia, Cliara, Clodia, Cloelia, Clora, Clorinda, Clorissa, Cloudy, Colinda, Corilla, Corina▼, Corinda, Corinna, Corisa, Corissa, Cybilla, Cyntia, Donalda, Dorinda, Elfrida, Elfrieda, Elida, Florida▼, Florinda, Holda, Isolda, Klothild, Klotilde, Maltilda, Marilda, Mathilda▼, Matilda▼, Nilda, Plasida, Ragnilda, Reynilda, Romilda, Ronalda, Sarilda, Serhilda, Serrilda, Swanilda, Thilda and Tilda▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Clotilda.