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Matilda1 British & World English

(1102–67), English princess, daughter of Henry I and mother of Henry II; known as the Empress Maud. Henry’s only legitimate child, she was named his heir, but her cousin Stephen seized the throne on Henry’s death in 1135. She waged an unsuccessful civil war against Stephen until 1148

Matilda2 British & World English

A bushman’s bundle of personal belongings

Matilda in Matilda2 British & World English

A bushman’s bundle of personal belongings

waltz Matilda British & World English

Carry a bundle of personal belongings

waltz Matilda in Matilda2 British & World English

Carry a bundle of personal belongings

waltz or walk Matilda in Matilda2 British & World English

Carry a bundle of personal belongings

Matilda Alice Victoria Wood in Lloyd, Marie British & World English

(1870–1922), English music-hall entertainer; born Matilda Alice Victoria Wood. She achieved fame for her risqué songs and extravagant costumes and took her act to the US, South Africa, and Australia