Sigrid 🔥

Gender: Female Meaning of Sigrid: "fair victory" Origin of Sigrid: Norse

Sigrid Origin and Meaning

The name Sigrid is a girl's name of Norse origin meaning "fair victory".

Sigrid is a distinctly Scandinavian name that is starting to edge out into the wider world, a la cousin Ingrid. Unfortunately, short form Siri is now off the table, but Sigrid is still a possibility.

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Pop Culture References for the name Sigrid

Siegrid, Sigritt, Sigred, Siegrida


oliviamcdonald Says:


I think this is a truly beautiful name. I think Nameberry has it wrong. Then again, I’m glad it’s not drawing too much attention- it’s better that it remains a rare and unique choice!

Daiseymae Says:


My gr-grandfather's sister was named Sigrid. I think it is pretty.

danirose01 Says:


I think it's nice, and Siggy is a cute nn!

readerwriternamelover Says:


Nameberry, you always encourage parents to choose whatever name feels right, not what other people prefer. So why turn around and try to discourage others from choosing a name that might very well be perfect for their little boy or girl? I've seen countless snarky comments or bad jokes in the name info boxes. Helloooo? It's for information about the name, not information about your opinion.

Miri Says:


It's just not for me. I like Ingrid, though!

Mikayla395 Says:



xhart Says:


I agree. Basically every name is forever from its country of origin, so what does that even mean? I don't see them saying a name like Malcolm is forever Celtic. It's a name, that's all it is.

It is indeed a nice name. I have a family member with it and she wears it well. She was named after her great grandmother, Signe (it was her aunt's middle name, but her aunt doesn't like it so they named her Sigrid).

lizway Says:


Okay, Nameberry, you don't have to be so harsh. I think this is a nice name. I'd never use it, but the people I know with this name pull it off well. Who cares if it's "forever Scandinavian"? What does that even mean?

caetano Says:


Really cute.

Guest Says:


I actually prefer this to Matilda