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What does Sybelle mean?

Sybelle Pronunciation of Sybelle as a girls' name is of Greek derivation, and Sybelle means "prophetess, oracle". Sybelle is a variant form of Sibyl (Greek): in ancient myth. Sybelle is also a form of Sybil (Greek).


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, prophetess, oracle (wisdom)


VARIANTS Sybille, Sybill, Sybel, Sibyll, Sibelle, Sibell, Sibel, Sibbell, Cybill, Cybil, Cybele

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA SIBYL, SYBIL Cybilla, Sabilla, Sabylla, Sibella, Sibilla, Sibylla, Sybella, Sybilla



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How popular is Sybelle?

Sybelle is an uncommon first name for females. Sybelle is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Sybil (#1865 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Sibyl and Sybilla are the prominent variation forms of Sybelle (NOT RANKED). Other forms, like Sybella, are uncommon. These forms of Sybelle were at the height of their popularity a century ago (MEDIAN #1018) and have become significantly less conventional since. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

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

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

Similar Names

Sybelle is alike in pronunciation to Cybel, Cybille, Sabelle and Sable. Other recommended sound-alike names are Abelle, Aedelle, Agnelle, Anabelle, Angelle, Annelle, Arabelle, Arbelle, Arelle, Arnelle, Axelle, Brynelle, Chelle, Darelle, Delle, Denelle, Dielle, Dinelle, Donelle, Dorelle, Gizelle, Idelle, Isobelle, Izabelle, Janelle, Jazelle, Jewelle, Jobelle, Jocelle, Joyelle, Jozelle, Lynelle, Mabelle, Madelle, Maybelle, Mirelle, Moselle, Myrelle, Neelle (see Neilina), Nelle, Norelle, Orabelle, Orbelle, Orielle, Reynelle, Robelle, Ronelle, Sabella, Sadelle, Samelle, Selie, Semelle, Sharelle, Shell, Shelle, Shelley, Shellie, Shelly, Shenelle, Shirelle, Shynelle, Sorell, Stelle, Suzelle, Sydell, Sydella, Sydelle, Syrilla, Tanelle, Yabelle and Zoelle. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sybelle.

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