Sabaean

[ suh-bee-uh n ]
/ səˈbi ən /

adjective, noun

Definition for sabaean (2 of 2)

Sabean

or Sa·bae·an

[ suh-bee-uh n ]
/ səˈbi ən /

adjective

of or relating to Saba.

noun

an inhabitant of Saba.

Origin of Sabean

1580–90; < Latin sabae(us) (< Greek sabaîos of Saba or Sheba) + -an
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Sabaean

Sabean

/ (səˈbiːən) /

noun

an inhabitant or native of ancient Saba
the ancient Semitic language of Saba

adjective

of or relating to ancient Saba, its inhabitants, or their language

Word Origin for Sabaean

C16: from Latin Sabaeus, from Greek Sabaios belonging to Saba (Sheba)
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