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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

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".