Definition of sabora
: one of the Jewish rabbis active in the Babylonian academies during the 6th century who completed the revision of the Babylonian Talmud — compare amora tanna
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Origin and Etymology of sabora
Aramaic sābhōrā, literally, thinker, from sěbhār to think, intend
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