EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SABINE
He married Sabine de Chouard, by whom he had one daughter, Estelle.
Sabine flattered his vanity, but Rose amused him more than she.
It is undecayed since the days of Cincinnatus and the Sabine farm.
Lucullus, when frugality could charm, Had roasted turnips in the Sabine farm.
As the time passed Sabine began to reproach herself for her cowardice.
As soon as he caught sight of Sabine he made a profound inclination.
Sabine's strength and firmness had now entirely deserted her.
Sabine heaved a deep sigh, for Andre had foreseen the same result.
As she spoke, Sabine rang the bell, to show her visitor that the conversation was at an end.
The day had seemed interminable, and he could not sleep, for Sabine's face was ever before him.
"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).