Sabine

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noun Sa·bine \ˈsā-ˌbīn, especially British ˈsa-\

Definition of Sabine

  1. 1 :  a member of an ancient people of the Apennines northeast of Latium

  2. 2 :  the Italic language of the Sabine people

Sabine

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Origin and Etymology of sabine

Middle English Sabin, from Latin Sabinus


First Known Use: 14th century


Sabine

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geographical name Sa·bine \sə-ˈbēn\

Definition of Sabine

  1. river in eastern Texas and western Louisiana flowing southeast through Sabine Lake (15 miles, or 24 kilometers, long) and the Sabine Pass (a channel) into the Gulf of Mexico


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