The year after the departure of Porsen'na, the sab'ines invading the Roman territories, committed great devastations.
sab not sae sair, Lawrie—God was gracious to let him live to this day, that he micht dee in his brither's arms.
Birk will burn be it burn drawn; sauch will sab if it were simmer sawn.
The qar'na (horn, κέρας) and sab'ka (σαμβύκη) are in root both Greek and Aramean.
The other army, which had been to oppose the sab'ines, felt a like resentment, and came over in large parties to join them.
The sab'ines, who were at that time considered as the most warlike people of Italy, rejected the proposal with disdain.
Wikti sab mi dihà bi, How about tossing some of your extra mahjong winnings our way?
He first marched against the sab'ines, who refused to pay him obedience; and he soon reduced them to submission.