Wolde (disambiguation)

Wolde (disambiguation)

Wolde is a municipality in the district of Demmin, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Wolde may also refer to:

People with name Wolde (meaning "Child of" in Ge'ez):

* Abba Samuel Wolde Kahin (20th century), Ethiopian academic
* Wolde Giyorgis Wolde Yohannes (1901-1976), Ethiopian politician
* Wolde Harris (born 1974), Jamaican soccer striker
* Wolde Selassie (circa 1745-1816), Ras of Ethiopia and warlord of Tigray
* Mamo Wolde (1932-2002), Ethiopian long distance track and road running athlete
* Millon Wolde (born 1979), Ethiopian athlete

ee also

* De Wolde
* Wolde-Giorgis

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