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There is also Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, better known just as Sigrid (born 1996), a Norwegian singer.
― Anonymous User  11/1/2019
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Also German, Estonian, English (Modern)

Pronounced: SING-rid (Swedish), SEE-reh (Danish), SEE-greed (Finnish), SIG-rid (English)
RHAWK3935  7/26/2019
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Like Astrid, but unlike Ingrid, I don't think anyone in America has been used to this trendy name before. Rare but new to us.
RHAWK3935  6/26/2019
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Pronounced as SING-rid in Swedish, SING-ree in Norwegian, SEE-reh in Danish, SEE-greed in Finnish, SI-grit in German, and SIG-rid in English.
RHAWK3935  6/26/2019
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Really starting to love it.
Blackflower  2/22/2019
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I love the names Sigrid and Ingrid. They seem like sisters.
― Anonymous User  10/27/2018
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Sigrid is my name and I absolutely love it. With the name meaning 'victory' and 'beautiful', there is no stronger name you could give a little girl (or boy). Sigrid wasn't common among my peers growing up, but I like that it's unique but still heard of. My English speaking friends call me Siggy, which I love. Sigrid is commonly cited as a first name for strong, smart and independent women in Old Norse literature. Sigrid as a name makes me feel strong and unique and it also reflects my heritage. I am so grateful to my parents for deciding on Sigrid rather than Sarah, Emma or Jessica (not that those names are not beautiful too!)
Sigrid101  8/29/2018
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I have a good friend named Sigrid and she pronounces it as SIG-rid (as in the words pig and kid).
averyleddy  3/10/2018
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The name doesn't have to be pronounced with the G, it can be pronounced SEE-reed but be written Sigrid.
FFG  2/6/2018
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Sigrid Agren is a French fashion model from Martinique, who rose to prominence during the Elite Model Look in 2006. Agren has a Swedish father, and a French mother, and grew up on Martinique. She entered the Elite Model Look in France as a teenager, and went on to the finals in Paris. She was the winner and therefore among the contestants chosen to move on to the finals in Shanghai. She lost to one of the other French finalists, Charlotte Di Calypso.
cutenose  1/20/2017
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The name can either be pronounced as "SEEG-rid" or "SEE-grid" in swedish.
Melcher96  2/28/2016
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Never liked the name. My boyfriend always thought it sounded like a disease. He used to tell people, "I just came down with a bad case of Sigrid."
― Anonymous User  9/18/2015
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One of the characters in Eva Ibbotson's The Star of Kazan is named Sigrid.
AnastasiaE  9/16/2013
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A famous bearer of this name is the French fashion model Sigrid Agren.
― Anonymous User  4/20/2012
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I really love this name. Beautiful sound, beautiful look, beautiful meaning, beautiful nickname.
K.G Valentina  11/21/2011
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Pronounced SEEG-reed in Swedish.
― Anonymous User  12/12/2009
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Sigrid Valdis, aka Patricia Crane, wife of the late Bob Crane. She played Klink's secretary Hilda in the show Hogan's Heroes.
Atarah Derek  4/28/2009
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Well I Pronounce my name, Sigrid, like (see*gred).
Sigrid  10/15/2007
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Well, other than "I like this name" I would like to add that when I was a little girl, my dad told me that Sigrid meant "sunset" or "sunrise". I guess I like those two better than the given meanings. Sorry.
― Anonymous User  10/15/2007
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How can "sunset" or "sunrise" be better meanings than "beautiful"?

Oh, well. I love this name. I think it's very beautiful.
― Anonymous User  9/14/2008
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Literary: name of one of Marta's three sisters in "I Remember Mama."
Annabeau  2/15/2007
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More according to the history of the name, in Germany more commonly used is the version "Siegrid".
Saciel  2/11/2007
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Listen to the German pronunciation of Sigrid here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
_satu_  12/16/2006
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Sigrid Thornton is an actress. She played Jessica in The Man From Snowy River & Return to Snowy River.
KtB_DoReMi  7/21/2006
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My kindergarten teacher had this name, and no offense but I don't like it.
Katya_4_Ever  5/20/2006
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It is pronounced as "SEEG-reed".
Ylva  2/10/2006
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The Norwegian author Sigrid Undset (1882-1949) was awarded the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1928. Her most popular novel is the trilogy Kristin Lavransdatter (taking place in medieval Norway): The Bridal Wreath, The Mistress of Husaby, The Cross.
Ylva  2/10/2006

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