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|Meaning||venerable, ancient, classical, primordial|
The name also appears along with Maximillia, as female leaders in the Montanist controversy of the 2nd century AD.
Priscilla may refer to:
- Priscilla, an early Christian of the New Testament and companion to Paul the Apostle
- Priscilla and Maximillia, charismatic prophets of the 2nd century Montanist movement.
- Priscilla (Brazilian singer) (born 1990), Brazilian singer and songwriter
- Priscilla Betti (born 1989), French singer and actress
- Priscilla Ahn, American singer
- Priscilla Alden (c. 1602-c. c. 1680), member of Massachusetts Bay Colony, wife of John Alden
- Priscilla Barnes (born 1954), American actress
- Priscilla Bertie, 21st Baroness Willoughby de Eresby (1761–1828)
- Priscilla Braislin (1838–1888), American mathematician
- Priscilla Chan Wai-Han (born 1965), singer from Hong Kong
- Priscilla Chan (philanthropist) (born 1985), philanthropist and wife of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
- Priscilla Dean (1896-1987), American actress
- Priscilla Hill (born 1960), American retired figure skater
- Priscilla Horton (1818–1895), English singer and actress
- Priscilla Kemble (1756–1845), English actress
- Priscilla Lane (1915–1995), of the singing Lane Sisters
- Priscilla Leung (born 1961), Hong Kong legislator, barrister and associate professor
- Priscilla Lopez (born 1948), American singer, dancer and actress
- Priscilla Lopes-Schliep (born 1982), Canadian track and field hurdler
- Priscilla Martel (born 1956), American chef, food writer and consultant
- Priscilla Nzimiro (born 1923), physician from Nigeria
- Priscilla Owen (born 1954), United States federal judge for the Fifth Circuit
- Priscilla Pointer (born 1924), American actress and mother of actress Amy Irving
- Priscilla Presley (born 1945), American actress and businesswoman and ex-wife of Elvis Presley
- Priscilla Cooper Tyler (1816–1889), former acting First Lady of the United States, daughter-in-law of President John Tyler
- Priscilla J. Smith, American lawyer and activist
- Priscilla Wakefield (1751–1832), English Quaker educational writer and philanthropist
- Priscilla Welch (born 1944), British marathon runner
- Priscilla Maria Veronica White (Cilla Black), (1943-2015), English singer, television presenter, actress and author
- Priscilla Morgan (born 1934), British actress
- Priscilla Shirer, (born 1974), American author, motivational speaker, actress, Christian evangelist
- Priscilla Wong, (born 1981), Hong Kong television actress and host
- Priscilla Meirelles, (born 1983), Brazilian model, host, actress, environmentalist, and beauty queen
- Priscilla Garita, (born 1968), American actress
- Priscilla Taylor, American model and actress
- Prisilla Rivera (born 1984), volleyball player from the Dominican Republic
- Priscilla, character from the film 1981 miniseries Peter and Paul
- Priscilla, a sweet cactus mouse or aye-aye in the 2011 computer-animated action comedy film Rango
- Priscilla Mullins, a main character in the 1979 film Mayflower: The Pilgrims' Adventure
- Priscilla White, the main character in the 2009 comedy film American Virgin
- Priscilla, character in the 2008 martial arts film Chocolate
- Priscilla Stasna, a main character in the American sitcom The King of Queens (1998-2007)
- Priscilla, character in the 1993 film Bank Robber
- Priscilla Kitaen, real name of Voodoo, a comic book character appearing in Wildstorm and DC Comics.
- Priscilla Lapham, a main character in the 1957 film Johnny Tremain
- Priscilla Pig, Bob Cratchit's father in the 2006 animated comedy film Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas
- Constable Priscilla Smith 'Smithy', a main character in the 2010 Australian television police drama Cops L.A.C.
- Priscilla Maine, New York society member in the 1920 silent drama film The Dark Mirror
- Priscilla P, was a member of the " Happiness Patrol on Terra Alpha" in the second serial of the television series Doctor Who
- Priscilla, a character in Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1852 novel The Blithedale Romance
- Priscilla, an antagonist in Norihiro Yagi's dark fantasy manga, Claymore (2001-2014)
- Priscilla, a romantic poet and bard in an action fantasy role-playing video game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
- Priscilla Crossbreed, a charcter in an action fantasy role-playing video game Dark Souls.
- Prisca (empress) (d. 315), Roman empress, wife of Diocletian and mother of Galeria Valeria
- Prisca (Prophet) (late 2nd century), founding leader and prophet of Montanism
- Saint Prisca (late 1st century), Roman Catholic martyr and saint
- The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, 1994 comedy-drama film
- Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (musical), musical of the 1994 film with the same name
- Priscilla: The Hidden Life of an Englishwoman in Wartime France, a 2013 book written by Nicholas Shakespeare
- List of biblical names
- The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, a 1994 Australian film of two drag queens and a transgender woman's journey across the Outback
- Priscilla: The Hidden Life of an Englishwoman in Wartime France, a book by Nicholas Shakespeare published in 2013
- Harper, Douglas (November 2001). "Priscilla". Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved 2006-08-10.
- Alexander, Joseph Addison (1857). The Acts of the Apostles explained, volume II. London: Nisbet.
- Lee, Frank Theodosius (1913). The New Testament Period and Its Leaders. Sherman, French & Company. p. 323.
A large share of this work evidently fell to Priscilla. That she possessed abilities of a high order would seem to be inferred from the fact that her name is always mentioned along with her husband's — in a number of instances is mentioned first.
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