Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Liutgarde f. Old High German liut 'people' + Old Saxon gard, Old High German gart 'enclosure, protection; yard, garden'.

England
Latin
1222 Legarda (nom) StPaulDom p. 78
France
Latin
c823 Leutgardis (nom) irminon-vol2 2, Palatiolum; 1030 Leugarda (nom) StVdM-II 713; a1089x1101 Legardem (acc) CartStPC XXXIX; 1135 Lejardis (nom) clairvaux-12thc 7; 1147 Legardis (nom) ibid. 15, Lejardis (nom) ibid. 14; 1166 Lejarde (abl) ibid. 129, Lejardis (gen) ibid. 129; 1231 Ligardis (nom) NDParisII 2-CV
Germany
Latin
1236 Lutgardam (acc) hennes-vol1 94, Lutgardis (nom) ibid. 94; 1242 Lukardis (nom) ibid. 108; 1253 Lukardis (gen) ibid. 147
Spain
Latin
1012 Ledgardis (nom) CDCB-XV MMCLXXI, Leuzegardis (nom) ibid. MMCLXXI
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Liutgarde". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Liutgarde.