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
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