Wilhelmina

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Wilhelmina

  1. A female given name of German origin; the female form of Wilhelm (William).
    • 1776 Adam Fitz-Adam: The World of Adam Fitz-Adam. Edinburgh, Apollo Press 1776: Numb. 187. Thursday, July 29, 1756:
      She comforted herself however, on the first appearance of her pregnancy, that so odious a surname should be qualified in her children with the genteelest and most elegant Christian names that history or romance could supply. - - - My eldest sister, who came into the world a year after, was called Wilhelmina Charlotta, the second Penthesilea, the third Telethusa, and the fourth Honoria.

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Wilhelmina ?

  1. A female given name: feminine form of Willem.

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German[edit]

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Wilhelmina

  1. A female given name formed in the seventeenth century as a feminine form of Wilhelm.

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Swedish[edit]

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Wilhelmina

  1. A female given name, a German type spelling of Vilhelmina.