Sacheverell is an odd but meaningful name that is usually given to boys. It is a variation of the names Sacha and Sachie, and it is also an old name. Sacheverell can also be used as a surname and a first name, and the meaning of Sacheverell is 'roebuck leap'. A roebuck is a small deer with antlers pointing upwards. Because it is an old name, Sacheverell is a relatively unpopular name. According to US records, the name was recorded zero times out of six million people. The name is much more common in the UK than it is in the USA. Some notable people with this name are Henry Sacheverell, William Sacheverell, and Sir Francis Osbert Sitwell. Henry was an English churchman and politician, William was an English statesman, and Sir Francis was an English writer and poet.