Seibert is a surname of German origin.
Seibert Name Meaning German: from a Germanic personal name composed of the elements sigi ‘victory’ + berht ‘bright’, ‘famous’. Jewish (Ashkenazic): adoption of the German personal name Seibert as a surname. Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
List of people surnamed Seibert [edit ] Donald Seibert (1922–2003), American college football coach Earl Seibert (1910–1990), Canadian professional ice hockey player Florence B. Seibert (1897–1991), American biochemist Fred Seibert (born 1947), American television producer Kurt Seibert (born 1955), American baseball player Lloyd Seibert (1889–1972), American soldier; recipient of the Medal of Honor for action in World War I Mark Seibert (contemporary), American musician; composer of music for video games Michael Seibert (born 1960), American champion figure skater Oliver Seibert (1881–1944), Canadian ice hockey player Paul Seibert (contemporary), American architect Pete Seibert (1924–2002), American founder of Vail Ski Resort Robert Seibert (contemporary), American professor of political science and political commentator Simon Seibert (1857–1917), New York politician Steffen Seibert (born 1960), German journalist and press secretary of the Chancellor's office.