Gríðr

Gríðr meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse and Germanic
Usage: Old Norse
Meaning: Vehemence, Greed, Eagerness and Peace, Protection, Mercy, Truce
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Girl name Gríðr has its origin in Old Norse and Germanic, meaning of Gríðr is "Vehemence, Greed, Eagerness or Peace, Protection, Mercy, Truce" is mostly used in Old Norse.

Variants of Gríðr

Grid, Gryd

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Popularity of Gríðr

Gríðr is an extremely rare name around the globe.

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