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21 Sabine Latin A Sabine. From an ancient Roman tribe name, Sabinus. F
22 Sabirah Arabic Of great patience. F
23 Sabirah Muslim Patient. Enduring.. F
24 Sabra Hebrew To rest. F
25 Sabria Latin From Cyprus. F
26 Sabrina English Legendary princess. F
27 Sabrina Italian From the border. F
28 Sabrina Latin From Cyprus, or from the river Severn. In British legend, Sabrina was the illegitimate daughter of the King of Britain and was drowned in the river by her father's ex-wife. F
29 Sabtechah Biblical That surrounds, that causes wounding. F

30 Sacha Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
31 Sacha Russian Russian feminine variant of Alexander: Defender of men. F
32 Sachenka Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
33 Sachka Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
34 Sadbh Irish Good. F
35 Sadducees Biblical Followers of Sadoc, or Zadok. F
36 Sadhbba Irish Wise. F
37 Sadhbh Irish Wise. F
38 Sadie English Diminutive of Sarah: princess; or Mercedes: mercy. F
39 Sadie Hebrew Diminutive of Sarah: Princess. F
40 Sadie Spanish Diminutive of Mercedes: Mercy. Derived from one of the Spanish titles for the Virgin Mary (Maria de las Mercedes). F
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