What does Sevilla mean?
Sevilla /se-vil-la/ as a girls' name is of Spanish origin. Variant of Sibyl (Greek) "prophetess, oracle". Also the name of an ancient city in southern Spain, home of painter Diego Velazquez and the setting of Bizet's famous opera "Carmen".
(female) Sevilley, Sevilsa, ..
(male) Sevilde, Seville, ..
How popular is Sevilla?
Sevilla is an uncommon first name for females but a very popular last name for both adults and children (#5132 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Sevilla for girls. Sevilla was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its top rank of #1594 in the U.S. in the 1890s, but is not listed currently. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Popular variation forms of Sevilla listed in the Top 2000 are Sibyl and Sybilla. Other forms, like Sibella, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Sevilla was more pronounced 104 years ago, but now, the version Sibyl has become less in vogue.
Recommended names are Aeriela, Arvilla▼, Averilla, Aviella, Avila, Bazilla, Camilla▲, Cecila, Cecilla, Ceila, Cilla, Cirilla, Corilla, Delila, Dilla, Emilla, Gemella, Jemila, Jewella, Keila, Kelila, Kelulla (see Kelila), Kemilla, Korilla, Leila▲, Lilla▼, Lovella, Lucilla, Mella, Mercilla, Myrilla, Neilla, Percilla, Quilla, Rella, Rexalla, Sabella, Sacilia, Sadella, Samella, Sarilda, Sasilia, Savina, Sebina, Seelia, Sefira, Seila, Sela, Selia, Selina▼, Selma▼, Semira, Senalda, Serilda, Serita, Serrilda, Sesilia, Sessilly, Sheila▼, Sheilia, Sheilya, Shella, Sherill, Shiela, Shilla, Sicilia, Sicilly, Silia, Sirilla, Stella▲, Sydella, Syrilla, Tehila, Tehilla and Willa▲. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sevilla.