Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Cunigunde f. Gothic kuni 'kin, family' + Old High German gund 'war, battle'.

The name of a 9th C queen of East Franconia, a 9th C queen of the Lombards, an 11th C Holy Roman empress and saint, a 13th C Polish saint, and two 13th C queens consort of Bohemia.

Austria
Latin
c1070 Chunigunt (nom) UrkStyria 71
Czech Republic
Latin
1353 Cuncze (dat) chlumecky 136, Cunehunda (nom) ibid. 7, p. 21, Cunhunde (dat) ibid. 61
1349 Cuncze (dat) chlumecky 51; 1353 Cunca (nom) ibid. 145; 1356 Cunce (dat) ibid. 143; 1358 Kuncze (dat) ibid. 230, p. 31
Germany
Latin
1003 Conigunda (abl) HambUrk-vol1 LVI; 1005 Chunigunda (nom) UrkStyria 34; 1007 Cunigundę (gen) ibid. 35; 1010 Cunigunde (abl) quix-vol1 84; 1016 Cunigundae (gen) UrkStyria 38, Cunigundę (gen) ibid. 37; 1018 Kunigunde (gen) quix-vol1 57; 1020 Cvnigvndis (nom) UrkStyria 39; 1023 Cunigundae (gen) ibid. 41; 1207 Cunegundis (nom) hennes-vol1 8; 1216 Kunigundis (gen) ibid. 24; 1249 Kunegundis (gen) ibid. 131, Kunegundym (acc) ibid. 131
Early New High German
1497 Kungund Nurn1497 66, Kungunt ibid. 2734
Latvia
Latin
1345 Conegundis (nom) RigSB 296
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Cunigunde". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Cunigunde.