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proper noun 
  1. (given name, female) used from the Middle Ages; since the nineteenth century usually spelled Sybil.
Etymology: Latin Sibylla, Greek Sibulla, name of ancient Greek prophtesses.


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noun 
  1. A pagan female oracle or prophetess, especially the w:Cumaean Sibyl, Cumaean sibyl.
Translations: 
  • French: sibylle
  • German: Sibylle
  • Italian: sibilla
Etymology: sibylla.


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