TL;DR: No. it only means nobody on that list have the same password as you.
Stop right here, install a password manager, then come back.
That list was from a company (RockYou) that stored all passwords in clear. No matter if someone had a 64 byte password, with a mix of symbols, letters, numbers, capitals, and unicode chars, if he had an account at RockYou, the password leaked. And that wordlist is used on lots of bruteforce tools, so it will be used on emails, routers, Active Directory accounts, and everything on the internet that uses a login and password for authentication.
That's why everyone needs a password manager. No exceptions. It solves the two most prominent issues with passwords: weak passwords, and password reuse.
If your password is weak, it was used by lots of people too. So a leak like RockYou will mean your simple password is leaked, and a service you use will probably be compromised.
If you reuse passwords, no matter how complex the password is, some day the password leaks, and every service you use can be attacked.
A password manager solves both problems: creates long, complex and unique passwords for every service, and requires you to only remember the master password. They are not perfect, they can have security issues, but not using a password manager is the equivalent of saying that bridges can collapse, so you will swim across the river.