Other Origin(s):British, French
Meaning:Princess; Wide meadow
Sydel is a feminine name of Hebrew, Old English, and French origins, ideal for the new baby of the household. Meaning “princess” and “wide meadow,” Sydel is equal parts regal and idyllic. As a Hebrew name, Sydel is a form of Sarah (Sarai), where it gains its royal endearment. Sydel is also a form of Sydney, an Old English surname well recognized by the city in Australia. In French, Sydney refers to Saint-Denis. Sydel’s blissful pronunciation and winding etymology make it a rich and complex appellation for your little treasure.
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