IPA: sˈɑbʌ


  • (cooking) A sweet grape syrup made from grape must
  • A triploid hybrid banana cultivar from the Philippines (Musa acuminata × Musa balbisiana).
  • (cooking) Mackerel.
  • An island and special municipality in the Netherlands, in the Caribbean Sea; in the southern part of the Caribbean off the west coast of Venezuela.
  • Sheba: an ancient civilization in South Arabia (now Yemen), and crossing the Red Sea into the Horn of Africa.
  • An East Chadic language spoken in Chad.
  • A surname from Arabic.
  • (pharmacology) Initialism of short-acting beta-adrenoceptor agonist, a drug class used in the treatment of respiratory diseases.

Examples of "saba" in Sentences

  • Saba was also famous and strong kingdom.
  • SABA has a chapter in the city of Folsom.
  • There is one species of amphibian on Saba.
  • The Saba label is now owned by The Apparel Group.
  • The manuscript was held in the monastery Mar Saba.
  • Kfar Saba is nothing but a common mispronunciation.
  • Aviation fuel is not available on the island of Saba.
  • Neither the saba or burro are mentioned in this article.
  • After an impressive season there he moved to Saba Battery.
  • Manju, I also like the name "saba" - it sounds almost regal.
  • Not to be confused with Saba, an island in the Netherland Antilles.
  • Add more water and diced potatoes and cook until potatoes and "saba" are soft.
  • I have several pints of Roman-style saba, which is just boiled down, mashed fresh wine grapes.
  • I learned saba is grape must syrup and, according to the manufacturer, was popular with early Greeks and Romans.
  • The local band seen here performed during the half-time break, playing a traditional Senegalese drum called the saba (ph).
  • Palestinian refugee Mohamad Mahmoud Al-Arja, 80, still has the key from his house in Beer AI-saba, which is now inside Israel.
  • Their flavors differ slightly: saba is a little sweeter than island petimezi, which is sweet, but with a welcome hint of subtle bitterness.
  • "The other sense of meaning of the word saba, and the one which specifically gives rise to the name of the state of Sabah, is much less general, and refers specifically to the northern portion of the island of Borneo.

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