Clotilda

Meaning : Loud Battle, Loud battle,

Origin : German, English,

Pronunciation : klə-TIL-də  ,

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Clotilda Expression, Clotilda Soul Urge, Clotilda Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Clotilda:

additionalEnglish form of CLOTILDE

urban

Definition funny of Clotilda:

urbanA name of a girl who is very forgetful, super sexy, and likes to dirty dance. Chances are, her head gets dry and itchy all the time and it disturbs her best friends. Clotildas can manipulate relationships from across the country, and always have the best snacks in there house. They are very athletic but at the same time HATE running. They are their worst critics when it comes to there looks, weight, and mostly, HEIGHT. Clotildas are beasts at basketball and beasts in creativity, which makes them beasts at life. If you know someone named Clotilda, well, chances are they are extreme drama queens with awesome moms. Oh, and they are very picky when it comes to which orange they like to pick.

urbanClotilda was the name of a queen in france

songs

Songs about Clotilda:

songsAct I: Agreed then, that's a bargain! (Martinez, Perez, Clotilda, Palmyra, Koanga) by Raimund Herincx/Keith Erwen/Jean Allister/Claudia Lindsey/Eugene Holmes/London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Charles Groves from the Album Delius Koanga & The Song of the High Hills

songsAct I: Oh gentle mistress, how gladly I served you (Palmyra, Clotilda, Martinez, Koanga, Perez, Slaves) by Claudia Lindsey/Jean Allister/Raimund Herincx/Eugene Holmes/Keith Erwen/John Alldis Choir/John Alldis/London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Charles Groves from the Album Delius Koanga & The Song of the High Hills

songsAct II: Far, far away, Palmyra, my people mourn for me (Koanga, Slaves, Clotilda, Perez) by London Symphony Orchestra/Eugene Holmes/Sir Charles Groves/Jean Allister/Keith Erwen/John Alldis Choir/John Alldis from the Album Delius Koanga & The Song of the High Hills

songsAct II: He will meet her when the sun goes down (Slaves, Clotilda, Perez) by London Symphony Orchestra/Jean Allister/Sir Charles Groves/Keith Erwen/John Alldis Choir/John Alldis from the Album Delius Koanga & The Song of the High Hills

songsAct II: How time flows on! (Palmyra, Perez, Clotilda, Slaves) by London Symphony Orchestra/Claudia Lindsey/Sir Charles Groves/Keith Erwen/Jean Allister from the Album Delius Koanga & The Song of the High Hills

songsLa romança de Clotilda by Barbara Ugo from the Album Gacha Empega: Polyphonies Marseillaises

books

Books about Clotilda:

booksClotilda by Jack Kent (1978)

booksDreams of Africa in Alabama: The Slave Ship Clotilda and the Story of the Last Africans Brought to America by Sylviane A. Diouf (Feb 18, 2009)

booksClotilda's Magic by Jack Kent (Aug 1980)

booksThe Old Pincushion or, Aunt Clotilda's Guests by Mrs. (Mary Louisa) Molesworth and Mrs. Adrian Hope (Dec 18, 2012)

booksThe Slave Ship Clotilda and the Making of AfricaTown, USA: Spirit of Our Ancestors by Natalie S. Robertson and Inc Crichton & Associates (Mar 30, 2008)

booksCLOTILDA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by H. Goodpasture (2005)

booksAunt Clotilda's Guests by Mrs. Molesworth (Aug 21, 2014)

movies

Movies about Clotilda:

moviesBizet Concert in Soissons Cathedral: Clovis and Clotilda 1992 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins Starring: Montserrat Caballe and Gerard Garino

wiki

Wiki information Clotilda:

Clotilde
Deceased Person, Person

Saint Clotilde, also known as Clothilde, Clotilda, Clotild, Rotilde etc., was the second wife of the Frankish king Clovis I, and a princess of the kingdom of Burgundy. Venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church, she was instrumental in her husband's...

Clotilda
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

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