Bathilda, St.

Bathilda, St., queen of France, wife of Clovis II., who governed France during the minority of her sons, Clovis III., Childéric II., and Thierry; died 680, in the monastery of Chelles.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bathgate * Bath`ori, Elizabeth
Bastille
Basutoland
Basutos
Batangas
Batavia
Bates, Henry Walter
Bath
Bath, Major
Bath, Order of the
Bathgate
Bathilda, St.
Bath`ori, Elizabeth
Bathos
Bath`urst
Bathurst
Bathurst
Bathyb`ius
Batley
Batn-el-Hajar
Baton-Rouge
Baton-sinister