And some interesting flash with my favourite series from Poland. Captain America saw some Hydra base near Baltic Sea. This is really interesting, because in my fav series from childhood and this is epic series (my bro watched it in his childhood too) "Four tank-men and a dog" in one episode "Fort Olgierd" there is some kind of very secret base near Baltic Sea where was some kind of new weapon. And German solders had some kind of mission to get this weapon back. And there was action not only from sky, but from sea too! So this weapon probably was Hydra's!!!
One of the Tank-men's named Gustaw Jeleń said, that he had aunt named Hermenegilde and she had name day April 13th.
So today is anniversary of Hydra's action :)
Hermenegilda has its origins in the Gothic language. The meaning of Hermenegilda is 'immense tribute; complete sacrifice'. Two-element name derived from ermen and gild with the meanings 'whole, immense, universal' and 'sacrifice, tribute' respectively. Hermenegilda is the feminine equivalent of the Portuguese and Spanish Hermenegildo. A variant of Hermenegilda is the English, French, Italian, and Spanish familiar form Gilda.
Hermenegilda is not often used as a baby girl name. It is not in the top 1000 names.
A baby name that sounds like Hermenegilda is the name Hermenexilda.
Kto jeszcze pamięta Hermenegildę Kociubińską ;D