Sybil Saul in the US

  1. #13,241,640 Sybil Rupeka
  2. #13,241,641 Sybil Salinas
  3. #13,241,642 Sybil Sasser
  4. #13,241,643 Sybil Satterfield
  5. #13,241,644 Sybil Saul
  6. #13,241,645 Sybil Schaffer
  7. #13,241,646 Sybil Schlater
  8. #13,241,647 Sybil Schmidt
  9. #13,241,648 Sybil Shelby
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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.
English, French, German, Italian, and Jewish: from the personal name Saul (Hebrew Shaul ‘asked-for’), the name of the king of Israel whose story is recounted in the first book of Samuel. In spite of his success in uniting Israel and his military prowess, Saul had a troubled reign, not least because of his long conflict with the young David, who eventually succeeded him. Perhaps for this reason, the personal name was not particularly common in medieval times. A further disincentive to its popularity as a Christian name was the fact that it was the original name of St. Paul, borne by him while he was persecuting Christians, and rejected by him after his conversion to Christianity. It may in part have arisen as a nickname for someone who had played the part of the Biblical king in a religious play.
4,735th in the U.S.

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