[see-grid, sig-rid; German zee-grit, -greet; Norwegian si-gri; Swedish see-grid]
- a female given name: from a Scandinavian word meaning “victory.”
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Examples from the Web for sigrid
From the perfect massage to the best place to drink, see where model Sigrid Agren hangs out off the runway.Model Sigrid Agren Gives a Tour of Her Favorite Haunts in Paris
The Fashion Beast Team
February 27, 2014
"This is a feat that may cost thee dear one day," said Sigrid.
“No, that will never be; I will not live after thee to ask of them,” said Sigrid.Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race
Maud Isabel Ebbutt
Olof Sktkonung, the son of Eric and Sigrid, succeeded his father.
Lady Sigrid greeted her: God bless you, you have a good deed in mind!
But Sigrid was seldom allowed to have it except on a few holidays.Our Little Swedish Cousin
Claire M. Coburn