IPA: sˈeɪbɪn


  • (acoustics) A unit of measurement that measures a material's absorbance of sound. A material that is 1 square meter in size that can absorb 100% of sound has a value of one metric sabin.
  • A surname.
  • A male given name
  • A place in the United States:
  • A minor city in Clay County, Minnesota, named after Dwight M. Sabin.
  • A neighbourhood in north-east Portland, Oregon.
  • An unincorporated community in the town of Sylvan, Richland County, Wisconsin.

Examples of "sabin" in Sentences

  • The Intervention of the Sabine Women.
  • His sister's name is given as Sabine.
  • Sabin was the first Dean of the chapter.
  • I'm thinking Chris Sabin will be on there.
  • Sabine was a diligent and careful scientist.
  • Sabine Pigalle is a photographer and an artist.
  • The school was named for the Iowa educator Henry Sabin.
  • Sabine was appointed to superintend the entire operation.
  • Chris'mus tukkey, 'stid o' sabin 'ob it fur hash fur breakfus'.
  • Iz confuzzlin heer in summa az nott al staytes bee sabin timez.
  • War with the Latins and Sabines after the Rape of the Sabine Women.
  • Ai wunner iffn teh big kitteh is sabin teh liddle wuns fur dizzert!
  • Iz layta nao, sins Sumdai wiv dailite sabin maiken teh curtins faid, ect.
  • The use of augury is well documented among Sabins, Umbrians and other Latins.
  • O.o Annipuss an Nightshayde a two wae ty an a brillient sab bye Anni fore sabin Nightshayde.
  • September 25, 2009 at 10:57 am yu meens wee wud haz tu goe tu skewwel befour sabin an splort bictim?
  • We haz dailite sabin tiem frum lass Sundai in March 2 last Sundai in Oct. Sunset juss affer 8pm 2dai.
  • One dae mum noticed dat da goggie wood tak himz ice cube an burree dem in da sofa cushins sabin them fore ladder.
  • In June, sabin was honored at the Democratic convention when it passed the Repeal platform; in July she persuaded the WONPR to endorse Roosevelt.

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