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I think this name is SO pretty! (Even though it sounds like Sabrina.)
xKatiex  10/8/2006
I think it's even prettier than Sabrina. I like it a lot.
Jasmine  3/1/2007
Sabina´s pet forms are Sabika, Sabinka, Beena, Inka, Sába.
Karcoolka  3/19/2007
I'm not too fond of this name. I don't like the "b" in it for some reason, it makes it sound ... round. I don't make any sense, do I? I like most variations of this name without the "b" though. Just put any other consonant in it and it fits: Satina, Savina, Salina, Sasina, Safina.
Tango  6/17/2007
I looove this name! It's sooo much prettier than Sabrina.
Florabel  7/25/2007
In a book I read there was a girl named Sabina. But she was Indian (from India).
― Anonymous User  8/1/2007
A masculine form of this name used in Romania is Sabin.
― Anonymous User  8/12/2007
Czechia Top 100: In 2006-2007 there were born 315 little girls. Sabina is 37th place.
Maggie_Simpson  8/27/2007
Famous bearers are actresses Sabina Remundová and Sabina Laurinová.
Karcoolka  1/28/2008
In my opinion, Sabina is a cool name. :)
KamekoIida  3/21/2008
Sabina is the name of the promiscuous main character in Anais Nin's novel "A Spy In The House Of Love". Despite her somewhat loose tendencies, I like the character, and I like her name.
― Anonymous User  4/6/2008
Sabina Pleasure, a minor character from Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider series. Her name is a play on the phrase, "It's been a pleasure."
MioneGranger  7/24/2008
The wife of Voice of the Martyrs founder Richard Wurmbrand. Sabina lost her family in the Nazi death camps and was imprisoned herself for three years by the Communists. In spite of that, she continued to operate her husband's underground church in his absence (Richard was imprisoned for a total of 14 years). She died in 2000.
Atarah Derek  3/11/2009
I really adore the name Sabina. I'm using it for a story, the protagonist's mother is Sabina. It really suits her.
italiannames  10/24/2009
Also a feminine name in Croatia. [noted -ed]
goricar  8/18/2010
I prefer the French version, Sabine.
― Anonymous User  10/24/2010
A famous bearer is Sabina Spielrein (1884-1942), a patient of both Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud (who may have been romantically involved with Jung) and who later became a lauded psychoanalyst herself. It is possible that Sabina inspired Freud's "death drive" theory as well as Jung's views on "transformation" (in relation to sexual drive).
erb816  9/3/2011
Sabina (1492-1564) was the daughter of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria and his wife Kunigunde.
CarolinW  7/18/2012
I first saw this name after I did a family tree and came across an ancestor's name, which was Sabina. My first thought was what a beautiful name. I am sure a downside though is people mistakenly saying "Sabrina" instead of Sabina. Other than that I really like this name.
blueeyesparkle  1/3/2014
This name sounds really beautiful I must say! :)
― Anonymous User  4/6/2014
My name is Sabina Rose Potter. I love my name but yes people do call me Sabrina some times! I live in Australia. I am half Australian and half Croation. :D.
Sabirose101  7/21/2014
A famous bearer is author Sabina Murray.
circelana  7/30/2015
The name Sabina was given to 94 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
The name is fairly common in Sweden. [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  11/28/2016
Sabina Altynbekova is a volleyball player.
cutenose  5/20/2017

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