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  1. #6
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    I like it, don't love it. Sabrina the Teenage Witch was very big when I was younger though (I must be a bit older than you) and that's mostly what I think of.
    I don't think anyone now would really think of the show anymore, so it's definitely useable!
    I have a friend named Sabra but don't personally know any Sabrina's.
    I have recently been crushing on Sabine which is similar in sound to Sabrina.
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  2. #8
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    I love it. I only bring up images of the lovely Audrey Hepburn: Sabrina (1954) - IMDb
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  3. #10
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    It's my name! I love it. It's different, yet classy. I dislike the Teenage Witch association but it could be worse. I love the fact that it's still not popular, kind of rare! Hope it stays that way. I have had it mispronounced, and spelled wrong before. Recently my mother encountered someone who said my name was spelled differently...which I thought was odd cause Sabrina IS how your supposed to spell it, lol.
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  4. #12
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    Apr 2013
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    I LOVE this name. I can't seem to get DH on board, but it's one of my favorites. I definitely do have the teenage witch association, but I think that's a very charming connection. I also associate the name with the classic 1950s movie starring Audrey Hepburn (as Sabrina) and Humphrey Bogart (Sabrina (1954) - IMDb) and the remake with Harrison Ford and Greg Kinnear (Sabrina (1995) - IMDb) - a classic Cinderella story meets love triangle. It's a romantic, beautiful name that still feels very fresh and spunky to me!

  5. #14
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    Dec 2011
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    Sabrina is familiar while still being uncommon which is sort of a name sweet spot. I think it's a lovely name and I would be very excited to meet a little Sabrina!
    name lover with a passion for art history and mythology married for going on five years to my much better half
    trying to conceive our first

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