Sabine meaning

sābīn
A member of an ancient people of central Italy, conquered and assimilated by the Romans in 290 bc .
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The Italic language of the Sabines.
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Of or relating to the Sabines or their language or culture.
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A member of an ancient people living chiefly in the Apennines of central Italy, conquered by the Romans in the 3d century b.c.
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The Italic language of this people.
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(place) River flowing from E Tex. south along the Tex.-La. border into the Gulf of Mexico: c. 550 mi (885 km): lower course is part of a system of channels (Sabine-Neches Waterway) connecting Beaumont, Tex., & Lake Charles, La., with the Gulf of Mexico.
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(botany) Alternative form of savin.
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A member of an ancient tribe of Italy.
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Origin of sabine

  • Middle English Sabyn from Latin Sabīnus

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition