The name Bodil comes from the Old Norse given name 'Bothildr', which is formed of two parts: 'bot', which means 'bettering, remedy', or 'compensation', and 'hildr', which means 'war, combat'. The meaning of Bodil is ' the one who helps or cures wounds in combat'. Old Norse is the language that has given rise to the name Bodil, which has Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish roots. Bodil is responsible, caring, balanced, empathetic, friendly, good at building fantastic relationships, generous, and sincere. When in a relationship, those named Bodil usually make a significant contribution. Bodil is associated with a sense of responsibility and commitment. Babies named Bodil usually grow up to have a friendly attitude. Bodil possesses a high level of influence and can effectively manage people.