Theobald

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Theobald is a Germanic dithematic name, composed from the elements theod- "people" and bald "bold". The name arrived in England with the Normans.

The name occurs in many spelling variations, including Theudebald, Diepold, Tybalt, in French Thibaut, Thibault, Thibeault, Thiébaut (etc.), in Italian as Tebaldo, in Spanish and Portuguese as Teobaldo and in Irish as Tiobóid, in Czech as Děpolt, and in Hungarian Tibold.

People called Theobald include:

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