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Ragnhildr (Old Norse) or Ragnhild, a Nordic female name, may refer to:
Female characters in the kings' sagas and þættir
- Ragnhild Sigurdsdotter, daughter of Sigurd Hart, identified as the mother of Harald I of Norway in the Ragnarssona þáttr.
- Ragnhildr, mother of Harald I of Norway
- Ragnhildr in ríka, daughter of Eric of Jutland, wife to Harald Fairhair and mother of Eric Bloodaxe, e.g. in Heimskringla
- Ragnhild Eriksdotter, daughter of Eric Bloodaxe in Orkneyinga Saga and other kings' sagas.
- Hildr Hrólfsdóttir, i.e. Ragnhildr or Hildr, daughter of Hrólfr nefja and wife of Rognvald Eysteinsson
- Ragnhildr, daughter of Erling Skialgson, brother-in-law to Óláfr Tryggvason
Name on runestones
- Glavendrup stone (DR 209)
- Tryggevælde Runestone (DR 230), where Ragnhildr is called sister of Ulf.
- U 540
Ragnhild remains a common first name today. Some examples:
- Princess Ragnhild of Norway
- Ragnhild Aamodt, Norwegian handball player
- Ragnhild Aarflot Kalland, Norwegian politician for the Centre Party.
- Ragnhild Barland
- Ragnhildur Steinunn Jónsdóttir
- Ragnhild (saint), Swedish saint.
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