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Sabine (adj.)

"pertaining to a people in ancient Italy," late 14c., from Latin Sabinus (in poetic Latin often Sabellus), perhaps literally "of its own kind" and connected to root of Sanskrit sabha "gathering of village community," Russian sebr "neighbor, friend," Gothic sibja, Old High German sippa "blood-relationship, peace, alliance," Old English sibb "relationship; peace;" see sibling).

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Definitions of Sabine from WordNet
1
Sabine (n.)
a river in eastern Texas that flows south into the Gulf of Mexico;
Synonyms: Sabine River
Sabine (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;
2
Sabine (adj.)
of or relating to or characteristic of the Sabines;
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