noun, sab·bat often capitalized \ˈsa-bət\

Definition of SABBAT

:  any of eight neo-pagan religious festivals commemorating phases of the changing seasons

Origin of SABBAT

French, literally, sabbath, from Latin sabbatum
First Known Use: 1652

Rhymes with SABBAT


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