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- Gunhild of Wenden, wife of Sweyn I of Denmark
- Gunhild of Wessex, (1055–1097), eldest daughter of Harold Godwinson and Edith the Fair
- Gunhild Rosén, Swedish ballerina
- Gunhilda of Denmark, daughter of Canute the Great and wife of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor
- Gunhilde, sister of Sweyn I of Denmark, wife of Pallig Tokesen
- Gunnhild, Mother of Kings, wife of Erik Bloodaxe
- Gunnhildr Sveinsdóttir, queen consort of Denmark and Sweden
- Gunhild Kyle (1921–2016), Swedish historian
- 891 Gunhild, an asteroid in the Asteroid Belt
- Domina Gunilda, a weapon of remarkable size at Windsor Castle in the 1300s; considered the origin of the word "gun"
In the masculine form, Gunnhildus, it is attested from earlier times.
- gunhild, a French clothing brand
- The name of the London area "Gunnersbury" means "Manor house of a woman called Gunnhildr", and is from an old Scandinavian personal name + Middle English -bury, manor or manor house.
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