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Sabina is a baby girl’s name of Latin origin. Sabina means “a Sabine” and refers to the Sabine people of central Italy. Sabina is a vintage name that was popular in the early 20th century but it has a timeless beauty that deserves to become popular once more.

Meaning of the name Sabina:

Latin: a Sabine

Origin of the name Sabina:

Sabina is a Latin baby girl’s name that means “a Sabine”. The Sabines were an ancient people native to central Italy. They were eventually conquered by the Romans after several wars.

Symbolism of the name Sabina:

The Sabine people were from the Apennine Mountains in the central region of the ancient Italian Peninsula. They were a highly religious people and many of their gods were incorporated into Roman religious practices after they were conquered.

Style of the name Sabina:


Gender of the name Sabina:

Sabina is a girl's baby name.

Pronunciation of the name Sabina:

sa-BEE-na (Italian, Spanish), sa-BYEE-na (Polish), SA-bi-na (English)

Number of syllables in the name Sabina:


Emotion evoked from the name Sabina:

Sabina evokes feelings of beauty and wisdom.

Alternative spellings for the name Sabina:

Sabeena, Sabyna, Saabina

Nicknames for the name Sabina:

  • Sab
  • Say
  • Bina
  • Bibi
  • Sina

Popularity of the name Sabina:

According to the Social Security Administration, Sabina is a popular baby girl’s name. Sabina was in the top 1000 baby names between 1900 and 1926. It peaked at #704 in 1916.

Related names for the name Sabina:

Great middle names for the name Sabina and their meanings:

  • Helene (bright, shining one)
  • Maeve (she who intoxicates)
  • Eloise (healthy, wide)
  • Daphne (bay laurel tree)
  • Eir (mercy)
  • Astrid (divinely beautiful)
  • Adelaide (noble)
  • Evelyn (desired, water, island)

Famous people with the name Sabina:

  • Sabina Wojtala (Polish figure skater)
  • Sabina Yasmin (Bangladeshi singer)
  • Sabina Tashkenbaeva (Uzbek rhythmic gymnast)
  • Sabina Kelley (American tattoo artist)
  • Sabina Lejzerowicz (Polish pedagogue)

Sabina in popular culture:

  • Sabina Wilson (film, “Charlie's Angels”)
  • Sabina Pleasure (literature, Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz)
  • Sabina Spielrein (film, “A Dangerous Method”)
  • Sabina (literature, “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” by Milan Kundera)
  • Sabina Mellot (literature, “Two Years Ago” by Kingsley)
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