- this week

Gender: F Meaning of Clothilde: "famous in battle" Origin of Clothilde: French from German

Pronounced klo-TEELD, this name is well used in France, but rarely heard here; it has a chic and sophisticated air.

Famous People Named Clothilde

Saint Clothilde (or Clotilde), wife of the Frankish king Clovis I
Madame Clotilde, French princess, younger sister of King Louis XVI of France and later the wife of Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia (as Queen Clotilda)
Clotilde Courau, French actress
Clotilde Dusoulier, French writer

Pop Culture References for the name Clothilde

Clothilde de Grapions, character in The Grandissimes: A Story of Creole Life (1880) by George Washington Cable; lives in seclusion with her mother (Aurora, a beautiful widow)
Clothilde Phillips, character in Doctor Phillips (1887) by Frank Danby (real name Julia Frankau); the title character's fat Jewish wife, murdered by him with opium
Clothilde, maid character in Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel".