Golda

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Golda is a term of which the various forms stem from Proto-Germanic gulþą "gold", and may refer to:

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Golda is a female name popular among Yiddish-speaking Jews, and is written in Hebrew as "גוֹלְדָא". Notable people with this name include:

  • Golda Meir (1898–1978), fourth Prime Minister of Israel
  • Natalie Golda (born 1981), Olympic water polo player
  • Olga Bancic (1912–1944), born Golda Bancic, Jewish Romanian communist and member of the French Resistance during World War II
  • Golda Fried (born 1972), novelist, writer, and poet
  • Golda Marcus (born 1983), swimmer from El Salvador

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