Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Wigbald m. Old Saxon, Old English wig, Old High German wīc 'war, battle' + Old High German bald 'bold'.

France
Latin
11thC Wibaldus (nom) CartSPL1 I; 1101 Guibaldus (nom) ibid. X
Middle French
1392 Gibaut MemBret-II col. 610; 1493 Gibault MSR1838 p. 378
Germany
Latin
779 Vuigbaldus (nom) quix-vol1 1; 1137 Wibaldi (gen) ibid. 102, Wibaldo (dat) ibid. 102; 1157 Wibaldus (nom) ibid. 44; 1310 Wicboldum (acc) VFBStralsund 12
Latvia
Latin
1286 Wigboldus (nom) RigSB 1025; 1287 Wicboldo (dat) ibid. 501; 1290 Wigboldo (dat) ibid. 227; 1293 Wigboldo (dat) ibid. 43; 1295 Wicboldo (dat) ibid. 59, Wigboldo (dat) ibid. 744; 1302 Wicboldo (dat) ibid. 198; 1303 Wicboldo (dat) ibid. 453
The Netherlands
Latin
711 Wigibaldi (gen) OrkGZ no. 3; 793 Wigbaldi (gen) ibid. no. 14; 796 Wigbaldi (gen) ibid. no. 16; 801 Wibaldi (gen) ibid. no. 22; 814x815 Wigbaldus (nom) ibid. no. 27
Cite as: J. Uckelman, S.L. Uckelman. "Wigbald". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2020, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2020/1/name/Wigbald.