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Forename Maud

In the entire world, Maud (Maud France Ghana Sweden South Africa Belgium, مود Egypt Saudi Arabia Iraq Sudan Syria, Мод Russia Ukraine Kyrgyzstan, among others...) is a common mostly feminine, but uncommonly masculine first name. The forename Maud is characteristic of Martinique, where it is quite a common girly name, France, and Israel, where it is quite a common predominantly male, but very seldom female name. In absolute terms, the name is most common in France, South Africa, and the United States. Much less frequently, Maud is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Maud

name Mahaut, name Maude, name Mawdesley, name Maud, name مود, name Maudie, name Måd, name מאוד, name מוד, name Матильда, name モーデ, name Мод, name Matilda
Maud South Africa, France, Sweden, Ghana, Belgium
مود Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Saudi Arabia
Мод Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan
מוד Israel

First names said to be same

Mahaut, Matilda, Maude, Maudie, Mawdesley, Måd, Матильда, מאוד, and モーデ

First name Maud in the context

Maud is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Maude Flanders , the character of The Simpsons; Maude Lebowski , the fictional human from The Big Lebowski; Maude Findlay , the fictional character; Maud Pie , the fictional character from the My little Pony Universe and Maud Smith , the character in Shadazzle, among other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of maud of normandy maud of normandy maud of normandy French noble (b. 950) link
maud of huntingdon Queen consort of Scotland (b. 1074) link
maud of gloucester, countess of chester English noble (b. 1101) link
maud de clare (born 1150) (b. 1150) link
maud de percy countess of Warwick and magnate (b. 1150) link
maud de braose English noblewoman (c. 1155 – 1210), GB (b. 1155) link
maud le vavasour Irish noble, GB (b. 1176) link
maud marshal British noble (b. 1192) link
maud de lacy Countess of Hertford and Gloucester, GB (b. 1223) link
maud de braose, baroness wigmore Welsh noblewoman (1224–1301), GB (b. 1224) link
maud de lacy, baroness geneville Irish-Norman noble, IE (b. 1230) link
maud fitzjohn, countess of warwick English countess (b. 1238) link
maud de grey (1240-1302) (b. 1240) link
maud de brian Peerage person ID=202866 (b. 1242) link
maud de prendergast, lady of offaly Irish noblewoman, IE (b. 1242) link

Characteristic surnames

Naik, Thomas, Wilson, Mathieu, Bernard, Richard, Garnier, Laurent, Lambert, Lemaire, Jacobs, Lemoine, Vincent, Marchand, Bertrand, Rousseau, Lefebvre, Fournier, Andersson, Chevalier, Blanchard, Janssen, Johansson, Jansen, Garcia, Silva, Simon, Smith, Adams, Colin, Brown, Petit, Robin, Leroy, Girard, Lucas, Henry, Martin, Michel, Muller, Berger, Robert, Durand, Dubois, Dupont, Jones, and Vermeulen