from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island of the northern Netherlands Antilles in the West Indies between St. Martin and St. Eustatius. First occupied by the Dutch in 1632, the island is the cone of an extinct volcano.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. An island in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea off the west coast of Venezuela, a special municipality of the Netherlands.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a island in the Netherlands Antilles that is the top of an extinct volcano
Sorry, no etymologies found.
SABA: SHABWA, July 26 (Saba) - A security source in the Security Committee of the governorate of Shabwa said on Monday that a group of 15 Al-Qaeda members attacked on Sunday a military checkpoint on road of al-Qala'ah - Safer.
Saba is the Italian equivalent of petimezi, Greek grape must syrup and a specialty of the island where we have a home.
His group informally went by the name Saba, both within the bank and among rival trading groups.
Cesar Saba is 23 (three years); RH Eudy Morel is 22 (three years);
It looks to improve on our success achieved in fiscal year '11 and believe fiscal year '12 will be characterized by Saba's continued rapid migration to the SaaS business model, product innovation and accelerating top line growth.
Saba, having built the city from him called Saba, and afterwards Mareb, made a vast mound, or dam,3 to serve as a basin or reservoir to receive the water which came down from the mountains, not only for the use of the inhabitants, and watering their lands, but also to keep the country they had subjected in greater awe by being masters of the water.
I thought I'd get away with 'Saba' but some woman on a wildlife programme has turned up called Saba ...
A major exhibit, opening this week, combines artifacts from Yemeni museums with some of the British Museum's own rarely seen Arabian treasures to help trace the development of Sheba's wealthy kingdom, called Saba by its eighth-century B.C. inhabitants.
Their chiefe citie is called Saba, and stondeth vpon a hyll.
The natives of St. Bartholomew, and also of Saba, which is a dependency on Holland, are exempted from impressment, provided they can exhibit proofs of their citizenship.