Definitions for Astrid
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occasionally borrowed from Scandinavia since the 19th century.
Origin: Ástríðr, from áss "god" + fríðr "beautiful"; a royal name in Scandinavia, popular there since the Middle Ages.
Astrid were a guitar-pop foursome from the Isle of Lewis in the Hebrides, Scotland.
Astrid is a social to-do list. With Astrid people organize their goals, share ideas, provide encouragement and have a great time getting more done. Astrid has helped over 3 million people completed over 35 million tasks.
TARDIS, Tardis, triads
The numerical value of Astrid in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Astrid in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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I'm also disappointed by the attacks from senior staffers on the Sanders campaign on Astrid Silva, it shows how disconnected they are from Nevada, and they should apologize to her. There is no room for hate between DREAMers in this campaign.
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