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Sigrid

[see-grid, sig-rid; German zee-grit, -greet; Norwegian si-gri; Swedish see-grid] /ˈsi grɪd, ˈsɪg rɪd; German ˈzi grɪt, -grit; Norwegian ˈsɪ grɪ; Swedish ˈsi grɪd/
noun
1.
a female given name: from a Scandinavian word meaning “victory.”.
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  • Sigrid's birthday was in March, but Sigrid day in the calendar is in September.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn
  • Olof Sktkonung, the son of Eric and Sigrid, succeeded his father.

    Sweden Victor Nilsson
  • He and Sigrid had a long talk together, and I saw her put her arms round his neck; she seemed well pleased to greet him.

  • "It must be splendid to be a big boy and go to your school," continued Sigrid.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn
  • "I'll bring you a gingerbread goat," said Sigrid to little Anders as she started for the Christmas market with her mother.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn
  • I am afraid you will be getting as impatient for the Christmas tree as Sigrid.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn
  • As soon as Sigrid saw the concourse which was out to meet them she drew the curtains, and was immediately in Gunnar's arms.

    Frey and His Wife Maurice Henry Hewlett
  • "Father has promised to teach Erik how to sail this summer," said Sigrid.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn
  • "No two of those girls are dressed alike," continued Sigrid, who was still interested in costumes.

    Our Little Swedish Cousin Claire M. Coburn

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