What does Priscilla mean?
Biblical: a first-century Christian missionary. Priscilla was a favored name with the Puritans of England. Longfellow gave the name to the heroine of his poem, "The Courtship of Miles Standish". Common in the early Christian era, then used by the Puritans, and popular in the 19th century. Actress Priscilla Presley.
Priscilla▼ has 19 variants: Cilla, Percilla, Pracilla, Precilla, Prescill, Prescilla, Pricila, Pricilla, Pris, Prisca, Priscella, Priscila, Prisciliana, Priscylla, Prisila, Prisilla, Prissie, Prissy and Prysilla.Kreatif forms: Pniscilla, Priscilna, Priscilpa. [more]
How popular is Priscilla?
Priscilla is a very prominent first name for women (#273 out of 4276, Top 6%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Priscilla for girls. Priscilla reached its apex position of #146 in the U.S. during 1940-1949, and is at #484 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Priscilla and affiliated names. The only other prominent related form of Priscilla (#484 from current records) is Priscila. Adoption of these relations of Priscilla was well-received in the 1940s (average #573) and is somewhat less today (#742, ▼39.6%), with the form Priscilla becoming less stylish.
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Suggested similar baby names are Arcilla, Aricela, Aricella, Ariella▲, Aristella, Arvilla▼, Cecilla, Christella, Chrysilla, Cirilla, Criolla, Cristella, Csilla, Drucella, Drucilla▼, Druesilla, Druscilla, Drusella, Drusilla, Ersila, Ghisella, Gisella, Gracella, Graciela▼, Graciella, Grisella, Kristella, Lucilla, Maricella, Mariquilla, Marisella, Mercilla, Mireilla, Mirilla, Moisella, Oriella, Orilla, Orsolla, Pamilla, Pascalle, Pascuala, Pernilla, Precia, Preciosa, Priela, Priella, Primalia, Primina, Priminia, Primula, Princella, Princesa, Princessa, Prunella, Sibilla, Sirilla, Uriella, Uriyella and Ursella. These names tend to be less commonly used than Priscilla.