Sigurd is a baby boy's name of Norse origin. It has multiple meanings, including 'victory guard', and 'guardian of victory'. The name is derived from the Old Norse 'sigr' which means 'victory' and from the Old Norse 'varðr' which means 'guardian'.It's a solid and robust name, perfect for a future leader. Sigurd is also associated with the story of Sigurd the Dragonslayer from Scandinavian mythology. In Germany, it was borne by several medieval emperors and kings. The name also has royal connections in Britain, used by two kings of Wessex in the 10th century. Sigurd is still in use today, although it is more prevalent in Scandinavia than elsewhere. It is a firm name that would suit a boy destined for great things. Those with the name Sigurd are considered independent, strong-willed, and ambitious individuals. They are often natural leaders who are not afraid of taking risks. The name Sigurd can also be used for girls. It is a feminine form of the name Siegfried. In Scandinavian, the meaning of Sigurd is 'beautiful victory'.