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Gender: F Pronunciation: seh-VEE-yuh Origin of Sevilla: Spanish place-name

This legendary Andalusian city, according to myth founded by Hercules, is an undiscovered baby name destination.

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Pop Culture References for the name Sevilla

The Turning Point, 1977 - Sevilla Haslam played by Antoinette Sibley
The setting of Bizet's famous opera "Carmen".
Legends say that the city was founded by Hercules.
Spanish form of Sibylla, according to The Facts on File Dictionary of First Names (1983): 'Borne by an early saint and is occasionally used. Spanish place-name Seville is also transferred to first-name use from time to time; in this case the original meaning is probably "lower, beneath."'