Sigourney
Origin/Usage
French
Pronunciation
si-GAWR-nee
Meaning
Unclear
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Sigourney most likely originates in French language, the meaning is unclear. It was used in the novel The Great Gatsby by Francis Scott Fitzgerald as the name of one of the characters. Sigourney was popularized by the American actress Sigourney Weaver, born Susan Alexandra Weaver. It functions as a surname as well.

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