an island in the Netherlands Antilles, in the N Leeward Islands. 5 sq. mi. (13 sq. km).
Biblical name Sheba. an ancient kingdom in southwestern Arabia noted for its extensive trade, especially in spices and gems.
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How to use Saba in a sentence
Before the die-off, Saba’s coral cover — the part of a reef that consists of live hard coral rather than sponges, algae or other organisms — hovered around 50 percent.A Caribbean island gets everyone involved in protecting beloved species | Anna Gibbs | September 27, 2022 | Science News
When booking your next travels, think Rila, Kanazawa, and Saba.
One, Saba Ghorab, a medical student, even began contacting hospitals and medical schools in the United States.Her Husband Shot This 17-Year-Old Afghan Girl In The Face—And She Lived | Nina Strochlic | March 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
To what purpose do you bring me frankincense from Saba, and the sweet smelling cane from a far country?The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version | Various
Saba, and Dedan, and the merchants of Tharsis, and all the lions thereof shall say to thee: Art thou come to take spoils?The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version | Various
You see a few coffee-trees of a fine luxuriant p. 38growth; and nearly on the top of Saba stands the house of the post-holder.
All the productions found betwixt the plantations and the rock Saba are to be met with here.
About an hour above the rock of Saba stands the habitation of an Indian, called Simon, on the top of a hill.
British Dictionary definitions for Saba
an island in the NE Caribbean, in the Netherlands Antilles. Pop: 1491 (2007 est). Area: 13 sq km (5 sq miles)
another name for Sheba 1 (def. 1)
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