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Name Root:
*banjō *hildiz > Benild
This name derives from the Old High German “Benild,” composed of two elements: Ancient Germanic “*banjō” (Old English: bėnn), meaning “wound” plus “*hildiz,” meaning “battle, fight.” In turn, the name means “wounded in battle.” 1) Benildus Romançon (1805–1862) was a French schoolteacher and member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools who has been declared a saint by the Catholic Church. 2) St. Benildis was a Spanish woman martyr, converted by the heroic death of St. Athanasius. Benildis converted during the martyrdom of St. Athanasius, and she died at stake the following day. The name day is celebrated on June 15, in memory of St. Benildis. Saint Benildus Romançon commemorates the masculine form, a religious saint, commemorated on August 13.


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