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/AS-trid., As-treed, AH-strid (Swedish), AH-stree (Norwegian), A-strit (German), AS-TREED (French)/

Origin

History: The name comes from the Old Norse word Ástríðr. Ástríðr is made up of two words, áss which means god, and fríðr which means beautiful. It has been in use since the 10th century and was a name given to Scandinavian women of royalty. Some people believe that the name is derived from the Latin name Astra and also, many people associated it with the Swedish author of the Pippi Longstocking stories, Astrid Lindgren.

Usage: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, French, German, Icelandic, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Greenlandic, Hungarian, Latvian, Norwegian, Old Danish, Old Swedish, Polish


Meaning

(Armenia) Star. (Old Norse) Beautiful goddess/Divinely beautiful.


Personality Traits

An Astute, Well-adjusted, and Resolute Minded Person. Sometimes Rigid and Unyielding. A Naturally Benevolent, Laid-back and Realistic Person. Most times Irascible. Venturesome Ace, Natural Leader, and Self-assured. Sometimes Conceited. A Positively Energetic and Lovey-dovey Person with Affinity for Religion. Sometimes Gullible. A Polished, Well-Mannered and Inspiring Person. Most times Acts Lily-livered in the face Challenges. An Adaptive Thinker, Unjustifiable Risk Taker, Charismatic and Charming. Most times Fortunate with Riches.


Other Forms: Assa Assi Asta Astra Astri Astride Astrud Astryr Atti Estrid