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Sabina

[suh-bee-nuh, -bahy-] /səˈbi nə, -ˈbaɪ-/
noun
1.
a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “a Sabine woman.”.
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  • After all, Sabina was nowise to blame: why should the child be punished?

    The Golden Age Kenneth Grahame
  • The evening broke up in confusion, and what Sabina called "a splendid rag."

    Five Tales John Galsworthy
  • "Fickle as the wind," murmured Sabina, threatening him with her finger.

    The Emperor, Complete Georg Ebers
  • "That will bring certainty, and put an end to this suspense," murmured Sabina.

    The Emperor, Complete Georg Ebers
  • "Then, then," interrupted Sabina and she shivered as she spoke.

    The Emperor, Complete Georg Ebers

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