Sibylle pronunciation - Meaning of origin

Sibylle pronunciation - Meaning of origin

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Origin of first name:

French, Greeks

Meaning of the name:

From the Greek "sibylla", meaning who knows the will of the gods, the prophetess. In Rome and Greece, the name "Sibyl" was given to women who read the future in oracles. Today, the adjective sybillin means an obscure or ambiguous speech. As first name, Sibylle is attested in France in the Middle Ages, especially in the region of Dijon. Sainte Sibylle was a 13th century Cistercian nun, of Belgian origin, of whom very little is known. His birthday: October 9th. Its derivatives: Sibille, Sibby, Cibilla, Sibel, Sibilla, Sibyl (England) ...

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