Sigurde meaning and origin
The boy name Sigurde has origin in Old Norse. Sigurde is variation of everlasting and famed Sigurd. Sigurd is form of trendy and conifer Sigmund. Also Sigurd is variant of Sigurðr. Sigurd has its origin in Old Norse, German and Germanic languages, Sigurd means "Victory, Guard and Defender".
Variants of SigurdeNames that rhyme with Sigurde
Popularity of Sigurde
Sigurde is an extremely rare name around the globe.
What numbers say about Sigurde?
You don't allow yourself to get carried away and take advantage of people only because they like you and admire your personality. You want to do everything as planned in life. Remember you don't have to know everything. Use your mind and position to do great things you will be remembered for. When it comes to love, you are looking for someone trustworthy. You are fully devoted to the people you care for but to get to this point with a person, it takes a lot of time and effort.
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Namesakes of Sigurde
We could not find any notable namesake.