Maud Name Meaning & Origin
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- Comments and insights on the name Maud
My name is Maud. I’m 16 and live in the netherlands. In my country the name is very popular so therefor, a little boring. In a lot of other countries the name is unusual and so I think Maud is a great name if you don’t live in the netherlands! Also make sure to think of a nickname before you choose. Call her “M” or “Maudie”.. nobody gave me a nickname and i’d like to have one.
- Personal experiences with the name Maud
I'm from the netherlands and my name is Maud. People from other countries (like canada, france and italy) have had trouble pronouncig my name so I had to give them my second name or just say Matilda or "M"
- Nicknames for Maud
Maudie, M, Maudy
- Meanings and history of the name Maud
Maud is an irish name short for Matilda. It means powerful warrior and is most used in the UK and Netherlands.
- Famous real-life people named Maud
Lucy Maud Montgomery, (always called "Maud" by family and friends) publicly known as L. M. Montgomery, (November 30, 1874–April 24, 1942) was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with "Anne of Green Gables," published in 1908.
Maud Gonne (1866-1953), gutsy social rights activist, actor, writer, editor, also inspiration for Irish poet Yeat's Cathleen in Houlihan (1892) and his unrequited lover, co-founder for Daughters of Erin, one of the founders of Sinn Fein, helped establish the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, formed the Women’s Prisoners’ Defence League.
Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria, Queen of Norway, Princess of England.
Dr. Maud Menten, Canadian chemist.
Maud Elizabeth Daphne Marina Windsor (b.2013), granddaughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, daughter of Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor, 49th in line to the British Throne
- Maud in song, story & screen
"Maud", poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson