Sibyl



noun
1.
any of certain women of antiquity reputed to possess powers of prophecy or divination.
2.
a female prophet or witch.
noun
1.
a female given name.
noun
1.
(in ancient Greece and Rome) any of a number of women believed to be oracles or prophetesses, one of the most famous being the sibyl of Cumae, who guided Aeneas through the underworld
2.
a witch, fortune-teller, or sorceress

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  • Sibylle

    noun 1. a female given name. noun 1. (in ancient Greece and Rome) any of a number of women believed to be oracles or prophetesses, one of the most famous being the sibyl of Cumae, who guided Aeneas through the underworld 2. a witch, fortune-teller, or sorceress



  • Sibyllic

    adjective 1. of, resembling, or characteristic of a sibyl; prophetic; oracular. 2. mysterious; cryptic.

  • Sibylline

    adjective 1. of, resembling, or characteristic of a sibyl; prophetic; oracular. 2. mysterious; cryptic.



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