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What does Sibylla mean?

Sibylla Pronunciation of Sibylla [sibyl-la] as a name for girls has its root in Greek, and the meaning of Sibylla is "prophetess, oracle". Sibylla is an alternate spelling of Sibyl (Greek): in ancient myth. Sibylla is also a variation of Sybil (Greek).

Associated with: greek, prophetess, oracle (wisdom).


Sibylla has 3 variants: Sabylla, Sibella and Sybella.

12 more different relations via Sibyl, Sybil: Cybilla, Sabilla, Sibbell, Sibel, Sibell, Sibelle, Sibilla, Sibyll, Sybelle, Sybill, Sybilla and Sybille.

Creative forms:
(female) Sibylda, Sibylma, ..


Middle name pairings:
Sibylla Luisa (S.L.), ..

How popular is Sibylla?

Sibylla is an uncommon first name for women. Sibylla is an equivalently unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Sibylla (outside Top 2000) ranked in the Top 2000 are Sibyl, Sybil and Sybilla. Adoption of these forms of Sibylla was more pronounced 105 years ago (adoption of 0.04%), but now, versions such as Sybil have become less fashionable. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sibyl, Sybil, Sybilla in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Sibylla and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Sibylla is pronounced similarly to Sabella. Other suggested similar names are Abella, Arbella, Berylla, Bidella (see Bedelia), Billa, Camylla, Cilla, Cirilla, Diella, Dilla, Fidella, Finella, Gaylla, Ginella, Gisella, Gizella, Jinella, Kaylla, Labella, Lilla, Mikella, Mikyla, Milla, Mirella, Mirilla, Orbella, Quylla, Rilla, Robella, Sabelle, Sabyna (see Sabina), Sadella, Samella, Sevilla, Shayla, Shaylla, Shella, Sheyla, Shilla, Shinella, Shyla, Sicilia, Sicillia, Sicilly, Silia, Silja, Sillia, Silva, Silya, Simla, Sirilla, Siselya, Sissela, Skyla, Skyllar, Stella, Sydella, Sylva, Syrilla, Twylla, Vitella, Willa, Yabella, Ysbella and Zilla. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sibylla.

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