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What does Sybille mean?

Sybille [sy-bil-le] as a girls' name. Sybille's name origin is Greek, and the meaning of the name Sybille is "prophetess, oracle". Sybille is a version, with the suffix -e, of Sibyl (Greek): in ancient myth. Sybille is also a variation of Sybil (Greek).

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


Sybille has 11 variants: Cybele, Cybil, Cybill, Sibbell, Sibel, Sibell, Sibelle, Sibyll, Sybel, Sybelle and Sybill.

Sybille has 8 more different relations via Sibyl, Sybil: Cybilla, Sabilla, Sabylla, Sibella, Sibilla, Sibylla, Sybella and Sybilla.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Sabille, Sibille, ..

(male) Sybilles, Sybillet, ..

How popular is Sybille?

Sybille is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Sybille is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Sibyl, Sybil and Sybilla are the prominent varying forms of Sybille (outside Top 2000). These forms of Sybille reached the top of their popularity 104 years ago (average #963), but now, forms such as Sybil have become less fashionable. Displayed below is a comparison of the history of Sybille and affiliated names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)

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

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

Similar Names


Sybille is alike in pronunciation to Cybille, Sabelle and Sable. Other suggested similar names are Abelle, Aprille, Arbelle, Basille, Bazille, Camille, Cecille, Cyrille, Danille, Darille, Emille, Ethille (see Ethel), Hille, Jamille, Jobelle, Kamille, Lucille, Lynelle, Mabelle, Maybelle, Mille, Myrelle, Neille, Orbelle, Robelle, Sabella, Sabine, Sadelle, Samelle, Sasilie (see Cecilia), Semelle, Sevilla, Shelle, Shilla, Shynelle, Shyrill, Sicilly, Sile, Silke, Sirilla, Sisile, Soulle, Stelle, Suzelle, Sydell, Sydella, Sydelle, Syrilla, Teille and Yabelle. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sybille.