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Sibyls were oracular women believed to possess prophetic powers in ancient Greece.
Sibyl and Sybil may also refer to:
- Sibil, a pseudonym for Zabel Sibil Asadour (1863–1934), an Armenian poet, writer, publisher and philanthropist
- Sybil (singer), an American singer
- Sibyl Buck (born 1972), an American musician
- Sibyl of Burgundy (1126–1150), a Queen Consort of Sicily
- Sibyl Colefax (1874–1950), a British interior designer
- Sybil Connolly (1921–1998), an Irish fashion designer
- Sybil Dorsett, a pseudonym for Shirley Ardell Mason (1923–1998), an American psychiatric patient with alleged multiple personality disorder
- Sibyll-Anka Klotz (born 1961), a German politician
- Sybil Leek (1917–1982) an English witch
- Sybil Ludington, teenager who rode into town to warn people that the British were coming.
- Sibyl Mary Hathaway (1884–1974), a Dame of Sark
- Sibyl Moholy-Nagy (1903–1971), a German non-fiction writer
- Sibyl Morrison (1895–1961), an Australian lawyer
- Sibyl Sanderson (1864–1903), an American soprano
- Sybil Sassoon (1894–1989), a British officer during World War 2
- Sybil Seely (1902–1984), an American actress of the Silent Era
- Cybill Shepherd, an American actress
- Sybil (wife of Pain fitzJohn) (12th century), wife of Pain fitzJohn and Josce de Dinan
- Sybil Lynch, American singer
- Sybil (book), a book written by Flora Rheta Schreiber, an account of the life of Shirley Ardell Mason, an alleged sufferer of multiple personality disorder
- Sybil (1976 film), a 1976 film starring Sally Field, based on the book of the same name by Flora Rheta Schreiber
- Sybil (2007 film), a 2007 remake of the 1976 film, starring Tammy Blanchard and Jessica Lange
- Sybil, a 1952 novel by Louis Auchincloss
- The Sybil, English title of the 1956 Swedish novel "Sibyllan" by Noble Laureate Pär Lagerkvist
- Sybil (novel) or The Two Nations, 1845 novel by Benjamin Disraeli
- Sybil (1921 film), a 1921 film adaptation of the novel
- Sybil, English-language version of the operetta Szibill by Victor Jacobi
- "The Song of the Sibyl", a Gregorian chant sung on Christmas Eve in Majorca
- Sybil Fawlty, a character played by Prunella Scales in the British sitcom Fawlty Towers.
- Sybil Birling, a character in the play, An Inspector Calls by J. B. Priestley.
- Sybill Trelawney, a character in the Harry Potter series, professor of Divination at Hogwarts
- Lady Sybil Vimes, a character in the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett
- Sybil Stone, a character played by Diane Keaton in the American film The Family Stone
- Sybil Pandemik, a character in Telltale Games' Sam & Max episodes
- Sybil Branson, a character in the series Downton Abbey played by Jessica Brown Findlay, or her daughter, nicknamed "Sybbie"
- Sibyl Vane, a character in the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
- SS Sybil (1901), a Uganda Railway Lake Victoria ferry scuttled in 1967
- Sybil attack, the use of stolen or forged multiple identities for defeating a reputation system
- Sybil, a two-handed card flourish created by American magician Chris Kenner
- Sybil (cat), a cat employed at Downing Street in the United Kingdom
- HMS Sibyl (P217), an S class submarine
- USS Sibyl (1863), a wooden-hulled steamer
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