Hildebrand (disambiguation)

Hildebrand (disambiguation)

Hildebrand may refer to:

People with Hildebrand as a given name:
*Hildebrand, a character from Germanic legend
*Pope Gregory VII (né Hildebrand; c.1020 – 1085), Pope from 1073 to 1085
*Hildebrand, a pen name for Nicolaas Beets (1814 – 1903)

People with the surname Hildebrand:
*Hildebrand (surname)

*"The Hildebrand Rarity", a James Bond short story by Ian Fleming
*Hildebrand solubility parameter for predicting solubilities, especially of polymers

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