Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Siger m. Old High German sigu 'victory' + Old High German heri 'host, army'.

Belgium
Latin
1133 Sigero (abl) CartStBert 13
England
Latin
1185x1186 Segari (gen) PR-XXXVI p. 9; 1189 Segari (gen) GASurv p. 219, Segarus (nom) ibid. p. 226, Sigarus (nom) ibid. p. 220; 1222 Sigari (gen) StPaulDom p. 20
Dutch
1588 Seger AuFr Courcelis; 1590 Seger ibid. Courcelis; 1592 Seger ibid. Courcelis; 1594 Zegher ibid. Corselis; 1596 Zegher ibid. Corselis; 1598 Seger ibid. Courcelis
France
Latin
697 Sicharius (nom) DCEL-2 Add. IX; c823 Sicharius (nom) irminon-vol2 65; 1378 Sigero (dat) hanquetvol1 no. 84, Sigerus (nom) ibid. no. 84, Sygeri (gen) ibid. 964
Ireland
Latin
fin12thC Segarus (nom) MunDocIr III, p. 21, Segeri (gen) ibid. III, p. 7, Sigar (nom) ibid. III, p. 10
Spain
Latin
1011 Seger (nom) CDCB-XV MMCLXX; 1019 Segarius (nom) ibid. MMCLXXIV; 1020 Segario (nom) ibid. MMCLXXV
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Siger". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Siger.