Siegfried is a German name that is derived from the elements sigu and frid. These words can be translated to "victory" and "peace," respectively. Therefore, Siegfried is generally understood to mean "victorious peace." As a medieval name, Siegfried became popular as it was the focus of one of the operas in Wagner's The Ring of the Nibelung.
Similar Names: Sig, Ziggy
Famous Siegfried Names: Siegfried Wagner (German composer), Siegfried Jerusalem (operatic tenor)