Sybil Kunkel in the US

  1. #82,187,050 Sybil Kuffa
  2. #82,187,051 Sybil Kuhn
  3. #82,187,052 Sybil Kujawski
  4. #82,187,053 Sybil Kumaga
  5. #82,187,054 Sybil Kunkel
  6. #82,187,055 Sybil Kunkelmann
  7. #82,187,056 Sybil Kuny
  8. #82,187,057 Sybil Kuwahara
  9. #82,187,058 Sybil Kyi
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Meaning & Origins

From the name (Greek Sibylla or Sybilla, with confusion over the vowels from an early period) of a class of ancient prophetesses inspired by Apollo. According to medieval theology, they were pagans denied the knowledge of Christ but blessed by God with some insight into things to come and accordingly admitted to heaven. It was thus regarded as a respectable name to be borne by Christians. This name was introduced to England by the Normans and enjoyed considerable popularity in the Middle Ages.
1,649th in the U.S.
German: 1. from Middle High German kunkel ‘spindle’, ‘distaff’ (from Late Latin conicula, conucula diminutive of conus ‘cone’, ‘peg’), hence a metonymic occupational name for a maker of spindles or a spinner or alternatively a nickname for a tall thin person. 2. from a medieval German personal name, a pet form of Kuno (see Kuhn). 3. possibly from Low German kunkel ‘dugout’, ‘shelter’, or ‘deep water’, of uncertain application: perhaps a topographic name. 4. (Künkel): habitational name from a manor near Eisenack (Thuringia) or Erkelenz (Westphalia).
3,424th in the U.S.

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