feminine Bjarghildur

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old norse
Name Root:
*berganą / *burgz *hildiz > BORGHILDR
This feminine name derives from Old Norse “Borghildr,” composed of two elements: “*berganą / *burgz” (to take care, to preserve, to protect, to save, to help, to rescue / fortification, stronghold, fortified city, castle) plus “*hildiz” (battle, fight). The name refers to the soldiers who fought in a castle or a fortress to defend its people. In Norse mythology, Borghild was the first wife of Sigmund. She bore him two sons, Hamund and Helgi. She is the personification of the evening mist, or perhaps the moon, who kills the light of day. As of December 31, 2005, there were 585 persons in Sweden named Borghild. It is more common in Norway. In August 2006, there were 4213 women in Norway named Borghild. The name was at its top in 1905.



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