- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “a Sabine woman.”
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Contemporary Examples of sabina
Sabina Sehgal Saikia, a prominent restaurant critic and mother of two, stayed huddled in her magnificent suite.When India Failed in the Mumbai Terrorist Attacks
November 2, 2013
Tomas dallies with his favorite lover, the easygoing artist Sabina (Lena Olin in a fetching bowler hat).Best Films From Books
May 24, 2011
Sabina Rios, the protagonist, makes unsparing observations about a threatening world.
“Sabina is truthful, even in her moments of dishonesty and moral negotiations,” Engel said.
Yet, initially, Sabina is far removed from anything resembling the road to transcendence.
Historical Examples of sabina
After all, Sabina was nowise to blame: why should the child be punished?The Golden Age
The evening broke up in confusion, and what Sabina called "a splendid rag."Five Tales
She tottered on in front of Sabina, and conducted her to the hall of the Muses.
Verily, since Sabina's visit to the palace all good spirits had deserted it.
"That will bring certainty, and put an end to this suspense," murmured Sabina.