Definitions for "sybil"
a pagan prophetess
a word for any of a number of prophetess-seers, at the oracle of Delphi and elsewhere
Sybil originally aired as a made-for-television miniseries in 1976. Sally Field starred in the title role, with Joanne Woodward playing the part of Sybil's psychiatrist, Cornelia B. Wilbur.
Sybil is a book written by Flora Rheta Schreiber in 1973 about a woman named Shirley Ardell Mason. Mason was born on January 25, 1923 in Dodge Center, Minnesota. Her story is the most famous case of multiple personality disorder (dissociative identity disorder) on record.
Sybil, or The Two Nations is an 1845 novel by Benjamin Disraeli. Published in the same year as Friedrich Engels's The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844, Sybil traces the plight of the working classes of England. As the title suggests, Disraeli is interested in showing the horrific conditions in which the majority of England's working classes lived — or, what is generally called the Condition of England Question.
a relocation broker,and an accredited buyer's agent and specializes in helping buyers and sellers with their residential and commercial real estate needs in
Sybil is a web-based software package for comparative genomics