Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. SIS-ee
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Meaning & History

Variant of SISSY.

Related Names

Masculine FormsCecil, Francis
Other Languages & CulturesCaecilia, Prisca, Priscilla(Ancient Roman) Frantziska(Basque) Prisca, Priscilla(Biblical) Priska, Priskilla(Biblical Greek) Prisca, Priscilla(Biblical Latin) Frañseza(Breton) Cecília, Francesca(Catalan) Cecilija, Franka(Croatian) Cecílie, Cecilie, Františka(Czech) Cecilie, Cecilia, Cille, Sidsel, Silje, Sille(Danish) Cecilia, Prisca, Cilla, Silke(Dutch) Silja(Estonian) Cecilia, Silja(Finnish) Cécile, France, Françoise, Priscille, Cécilia, Priscilla(French) Cäcilia, Cäcilie, Franziska, Priska, Silke, Zilla(German) Cecília, Franciska, Piroska, Cili(Hungarian) Sheila, Síle(Irish) Cecilia, Franca, Francesca, Priscilla, Scilla(Italian) Francisca(Late Roman) Cecilie, Cecilia, Sidsel, Silje, Sissel(Norwegian) Cecylia, Franciszka(Polish) Cecília, Francisca, Priscila, Cila(Portuguese) Cecilia(Romanian) Tsetsiliya(Russian) Frantzisca(Sardinian) Frangag, Sìleas(Scottish) Cecília, Františka(Slovak) Cecilija, Frančiška, Cilka(Slovene) Cecilija(Sorbian) Cecilia, Francisca, Priscila(Spanish) Cecilia, Cilla, Fanny(Swedish)

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Entry updated July 2, 2008