[ 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 /
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a female given name: from a Scandinavian word meaning “victory.”
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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|DAILY BEAST
Queen Sigrid received the offer in a friendly spirit, and in due time was their troth plighted.
Then stood he up on his feet & she arose likewise, and Sigrid said, This might be thy undoing.
Sigrid was now a widow and to her pertained many great manors in Sweden.
Many of his men counselled him therefrom, but none the less went he with a great following to the house of which Sigrid was lady.
“Nevertheless, Sigrid and I have seen footprints in the sand,” remarked the woman Gunhild, coming up at that moment.The Norsemen in the West|R.M. Ballantyne