Synonyms for hiltrud or Related words with hiltrud

waltraud              dorothee              hansruedi              lieselotte              roswitha              cordula              marieluise              schmidberger              hannelore              birte              almut              frauke              annerose              edeltraud              friedhelm              annegret              wiebke              traute              gustl              ricarda              heidemarie              maike              schmiedel              gertraud              herlinde              hanspeter              jutta              anderl              irmgard              mareike              tilmann              erfried              struckmann              fleetmark              elfi              wackerow              gerhards              antje              justizrat              volkmar              siegmar              klinkhardt              edle              gesine              thilo              harro              aenne              polizist              ingelore              gernot             

Examples of "hiltrud"
Hiltrud (died 754), was a Duchess consort of Bavaria. She was regent of Bavaria for her minor son in 748-754.
Dr. Hiltrud Strasser (born 1943, Leipzig, Germany) is a German veterinarian, who has worked for many years on the anatomy, physiology, pathology and rehabilitation of horses' feet. She has published papers and books on this topic since the 1980s.
Hiltrud Breyer (born 22 August 1957) is a German politician and former Member of the European Parliament with the German Green Party, part of the European Greens and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality and its Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.
Combining these ""parts"" was used when the child was named after family or other relatives. For example, the child would receive two parts from different family members, in this way a father named ""Hildebrant"" and a mother called ""Gertrud"" would call their son ""Gerbrant"" and their daughter ""Hiltrud"."
After his death in 748, Grifo, a younger son of Charles Martel and half-brother of Odilo's widow Hiltrud, sought to establish his own rule in Bavaria and abducted Odilo's son Tassilo III. However, the next year he was defeated by Pepin the Short who installed seven-year-old Tassilo III as Duke of Bavaria.
Kilchberg is first mentioned in the written record on a document found in the chronicles of the Zwiefalten Abbey dated to the year 1100 CE. This was in reference to a noble woman named “Hiltrud von Kilchberg” who resided at the monastery for a time. This reference to Kilchberg and its leading family stands alone in the year 1100.
In 741, Odilo married Charles Martel's daughter Hiltrud, but upon the death of her father found himself at war with her brothers Carloman and Pepin the Short. He was finally defeated in 743 and had to accept Frankish overlordship over Bavaria, but remained duke. He further consolidated his rule, when he came to the aid of Prince Boruth of Carantania against repeated Avar incursions and was able to vassalize the Slavic principality in the southeast.
Although the Paderborn Epic's hunt scene, probably describing an actual hunt in the spring of 799, is "highly stylized", the importance of women in Charlemagne's court is highlighted by the order of his retinue: the queen Luitgard, followed by sons Charles and Pippin, and then the "brilliant order of girls" ("puellarum ... ordo coruscus"), Rotrud, Bertha, Gisela, Ruodhaid, Theodrada and Hiltrud. During the hunt, Charlemagne stops to take a nap and dreams that Leo has been attacked and his eyes and tongue cut out.
Most of the children married, and had children in those marriages, and so Charles' line was carried on. For instance, Hiltrud married Odilo I (a Duke of Bavaria). Landrade had been believed to have married a Sigrand (Count of Hesbania) but Sigrand's wife is more likely the sister of Rotrude. Auda married Thierry IV (a Count of Autun and Toulouse). Charles also married a second time, to Swanhild, and they had a single child, Grifo.
In 1946 Heller took a teaching post at the Arts Academy in Wernigerode, which in 1945 had ended up in the Soviet occupation zone within what remained of Germany. He remained at Wernigerode till 1950. During this period he was also producing wall and table images and designs. He then became a scholar student ("Meisterschüler") for painting, studying under at the (East German) Academy of Arts in Berlin. In the meantime the occupation zone had been relaunched, in October 1949, as the Soviet sponsored German Democratic Republic (East Germany) and Heller joined the Socialist Unity Party (SED / "Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands"), the ruling political party in what had by now become his country's second one-party dictatorship. The period of study at the Academy of Arts was followed by a professorship of painting at the at Weissensee (Berlin), where between 1956 and 1958 he served as Rector in succession to . Heller's period as Rector ended suddenly, with his dismissal: it was later suggested that he had fallen foul of the authorities by siding with students' criticisms of "simple curriculum stuffing, that left no space for independent research choices and insights", according to the historian Hiltrud Ebert. "He struggled against the mental narrowness at the academy, and rebelled in the face of uniformity". Heller's appointment to the academy's top job had come in the wake of the "political thaw" announced in 1955, but his dismissal two years later was an indication that the thaw was powerfully circumscribed by the enduring requirements of The Party.