American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of an ancient people of central Italy, conquered and assimilated by the Romans in 290 B.C.
- n. The Italic language of the Sabines.
- adj. Of or relating to the Sabines or their language or culture.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as savin.
- Of or pertaining to the Sabines.
- n. One of an ancient people of Italy, dwelling in the central Apennines. The Sabines formed an important element in the colonization of ancient Rome. According to tradition, the Romans took their wives by force from among the Sabines, this incident being known as the “Rape of the Sabine Women.”
- n. The language of the Sabines, one of the Old Italic languages, related to Latin, Oscan, etc.
- n. a member of an ancient tribe of Italy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to the ancient Sabines, a people of Italy.
- n. (Bot.) See savin.
- n. a member of an ancient Oscan-speaking people of the central Apennines north of Rome who were conquered and assimilated into the Roman state in 290 BC
- n. a river in eastern Texas that flows south into the Gulf of Mexico
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of the Sabines
- Middle English Sabyn, from Latin Sabīnus. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Seaver actually translated The Story of O from the French himself under the name Sabine d'Estrée.”
“It was in this way that Ulick Brady made what I call a Sabine marriage.”
“If we aren't careful, we'll be strung just like those pathetic peels — only Cousin Sabine doesn't have a dainty radiator — but a walk-in Provençal fire pit, hooks and all!”
“(Sabine is working that smile.) and new to the non-con faces.”
“I've got chickpeas for a change, fresh from Cousin Sabine's garden; the little beige boules* have doubled in size after soaking overnight (who knew?).”
“If we aren't careful, we'll be strung just like those pathetic peels -- only Cousin Sabine doesn't have a dainty radiator -- but a walk-in Provençal fire pit, hooks and all!”
“A truck hauls a logging tractor along Texas FM-1 in Sabine County on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006.”
“A log truck turns onto Texas FM-1 in Sabine County.”
“A log truck moves along a long stretch of Texas FM-1 in Sabine County.”
“Pre-K teacher Tracie Billeaud (right) and her class examine the community's new fire engine at the Sabine Pass School in Sabine Pass.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Sabine’.
Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
amazing, unique and beautiful names from all around the world...
Looking for tweets for Sabine.