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Gender: F Pronunciation: sa-BEE-na Meaning of Sabina: "Sabine" Origin of Sabina: Latin

Sabina is a sleek but neglected name (possibly due to The Rape of the Sabine Women) from an ancient Roman tribal name that's well worth consideration. The equally alluring Sabine is heard in France. Related names include the more popular Sabrina or Serena. All are equally lovely. There have been characters named Sabina in Thornton Wilder's play The Skin of Our Teeth and the Milan Kudera novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

Famous People Named Sabina

Sabina Babayeva, Azerbaijani singer
Sabina Citron, Polish Holocaust survivor & author
Sabina Guzzanti, Italian satirist, actress, writer & producer
Sabina Kelley, American tattoo artist
Sabina Sharipova, Uzbekistani tennis player
Sabina Naftulovna Spielrein, pioneering Russian psychoanalyst
Sabina Wojtala, Polish figure skater
Sabina Yasmin, Bangladeshi singer
Maria Sabina, renowned Mazatec (Mexican) shaman

Pop Culture References for the name Sabina

Sabina Pleasure, character in the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz
Sabina Spielrein, character in movie "A Dangerous Method"
Sabina, character in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" by Milan Kundera
Sabina, Claude Mellot's wife in "Two Years Ago" (1857, Kingsley)

Sahbina, Saby, Sabin, Sabia, Sabinna, Byna, Sabiny, Sabena, Sebina, Sebinah, Sabyna, Savine, Sabeen

Sabina's International Variations

Bina (Czech) Sabka, Sabcia, Sabinka (Polish) Savya, Savina, Sabyne, Sabinella (Russian) Sabienne, Sabine (French)