Hilde

German - An Indian princess. As a child, she was carried off by a griffin and lived for many years in a cave with three others who had likewise been abducted. Two of these three were Hagen, son of the king of Denmark, and Hildburg, daughter of the king of Portugal. They were all rescued by a passing ship owned by Count Garadie who was forced by Hagen to take them to his father's court. There they married, Hagen took his father's throne and they had a daughter, also called Hilde. Also commonly referred to as Hilde, Hild, Hild, Hilda, Hilda, Ildico, Hildr, Hildr, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hildur, Hildur, Hilldur or Hilldur.
Norse - Daughter of Hagen and Hilde. Wife of Hettel. Mother of Gudrun and Ortwin. Occasionally called Hilde, Hild, Hild, Hilda, Hilda, Ildico, Hildr, Hildr, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hildur, Hildur, Hilldur or Hilldur.
Norse - A Valkyrie. Daughter of Hogni. She was abducted by Hedin and he fought an everlasting battle with Hogni over her, in which the slain were revivified every night by Hilde or a sorceress. In German stories she is Hilde, daughter of Hagen. Sometimes referred to as Hilde, Hild, Hild, Hilda, Hilda, Ildico, Hildr, Hildr, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hildur, Hildur, Hilldur or Hilldur.
Norse - A giantess. Wife of Grim. When Dietrich killed her husband, she attacked him and Hildebrand but Dietrich cut her in half with his sword, Nagelring. The two halves of her body immediately joined together and she renewed her attack. Dietrich cut her in half again and prevented her from restoring herself by placing his sword between the two halves. In some lore, occasionally called Hilde, Hild, Hild, Hilda, Hilda, Ildico, Hildr, Hildr, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hildur, Hildur, Hilldur or Hilldur.
Norse - A daughter of King Arthur. In Germanic stories, Herbart came to Arthur's court to sue for the hand of Hilde on behalf of his uncle, Dietrich von Bern, but she fell in love with Herbart and they eloped. Occasionally identified as Hilde, Hild, Hild, Hilda, Hilda, Ildico, Hildr, Hildr, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hilde, Hildur, Hildur, Hilldur or Hilldur.

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