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Subject: the deeper mystery behind the name
Author: sabrina   (guest, 24.120.246.144)
Date: October 21, 2005 at 2:15:02 AM
although the name iz associated w/the severn river...and Milton'z worx...the name iz neither Celtic nor Italian in origin...sabrina iz a word from the middle east...however, the tribal origin of the word remainz a mystery...most likely due 2 vague/mysterious originz of mesopotamia and dead lingo such az ugarit...research iz left 2 b done...howeVr...the world haz retain-d the history b-hind the name prior 2 any gentile influence...complementz of the worldz eastern parentz...

interestingly enough, the hebrewz have laid claim to it but at the same time the arabic language also haz a stake...

sabrina: hebrew origin
the name iz actually derived from the root word "SABRA"...which meanz "fierce warrior"


sabrina: arabic origin
in arabic the quick term for sabrina meanz "PATIENCE"...but literally it meanz "EVERYBODY MUST WAIT"...


...this research waz conducted from 1987-1998...
...special thanx to Yale-n-Harvard graduate: Mr. Scoggins 4 contributing the Hebrew meaning of this name...

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