Saba Mahmood, anthropologist who teaches at UC Berkeley
Used by the essayist and wit SydneySmith (1776-1845) for his eldest daughter, born ca. 1800, "in an effort to find something striking to go with Smith"
Saba, 18-year-old protagonist of the book Blood Red Road
The rich and ostentatious queen of Sheba who visited Solomon after hearing of his wisdom (1 Kings 10) is elsewhere called the queen of Saba, e.g. in Psalm 72:10, in Marlowe's adaptation of the Faust legend (1590s), Shakespeare's 1613 play Henry VIII, and in the title of a French-language opera by Charles Gounod: La reine de Saba (1862).