Thorild may refer to:
Torhild, also written Thorhild, ThorildTorild, is a Norwegian feminine given name. Notable persons with that name include:
Thomas Thorild, was a Swedish poet, critic, feminist and philosopher. He was noted for his early support of women's rights. In his 1793 treatise Om kvinnokönets naturliga höghet he advocated gender equality.
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Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen was a Greenlandic–Danish polar explorer and anthropologist. He has been called the "father of Eskimology" and was the first European to cross the Northwest Passage via dog sled. He remains well known in Greenland, Denmark and among Canadian Inuit.
Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet, the "Hvitfeldtska High School" (gymnasium), is in central Gothenburg, Sweden. The school was founded in 1647 by Queen Kristina. It was originally called "Göteborgs gymnasium" and later known as "Göteborgs högre latinläroverk" before receiving the name after its benefactress, the norwegian-swedish noblewoman Margareta Hvitfeldt (1608–1683), who left the larger part of her estate to the school. Hvitfeldtska has a sister school in Nairobi, Kenya: Eutychus Academy.
Johan Henrik Kellgren was a Swedish poet and critic.
Thorildsplan is a small park in Kristineberg in Stockholm, named in 1925 after the writer Thomas Thorild (1759–1808).
Thorild Olsson was a Swedish runner who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He helped the Swedish 3000 m relay team in finishing second, but did not receive a medal as only the three best runners from a team were counted, while he was fourth. He failed to reach the final of the individual 5000 m event.
Ohlsson is a surname of Swedish origin. It is a contraction of the surname Olofsson and it literally means "son of Olof". It may refer to
Ulrika Carolina Widström, was a Swedish poet and translator.
Thorild Wulff was a Swedish botanist and polar explorer.
Braya is a genus in the Brassicaceae family.
Braya thorild-wulffii, the Greenland northern rockcress, is a plant species native to Greenland, Nunavut the Canadian Northwest Territories, and from the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug of eastern Russia.
Events from the year 1808 in Sweden
Events from the year 1791 in Sweden
Events from the year 1792 in Sweden
Events from the year 1794 in Sweden
Events from the year 1785 in Sweden
Events from the year 1759 in Sweden
Events from the year 1781 in Sweden
Wulff Land is a peninsula in far northwestern Greenland. It is a part of the Northeast Greenland National Park.