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Sabrina is the Latin name for the Severn River.
It is an adopted Arabic name that means 'patient one' but has no meaning in Swahili. The Swahili version of Sabrina is Subira (patience), pronounced 'soo-bee-rah' NOTE: If you… would like to add to the Discussion Page
Sabrina is the Celtic name for the Severn River in Wales. This name brings darkness and badluck to all. it was created by a kings servant in the 1300's whne he found the love …of his life.
Sabrina is a name from ancient British mythology. Locrine was the first (mythological) king of England. Locrine was married to Gwendolen, but fell in love with Estrildi…s. Locrine abandoned Gwendolen, and he and Estrildis had a baby daughter Sabrina (or Hafren, in a different version of the story). Gwendolen raised an army and invaded England (different versions have her raise an army in different places). Gwendolen defeated Locrine in battle, and killed him (becoming queen herself). Estrildis and Sabrina ran away, and either fell into the Severn and were drowned, or else were captured and drowned in the Severn. Sabrina became a water-nymph, the goddess of the Severn.
sabrina doesn't really have a meaning but sobrena means niece
in french Sabrina means beautiful, smart, talented, and it also means royal princess
Sabrina means in Italian a princess of beauty
I think Sabrina Is a pretty name, but i don't know the meaning
Sabrina in Italian means a princess of beauty
Sabrina is the Latinized form of "Habren", the original Welsh name of the River Severn. It has no meaning in Hebrew.
The name Sabrina means a princess in celtic legend
First, there is no single Native American language. Second, European names such as this do NOT translate directly into any Native American language (much less mean something… - I'm sorry if that disappoints you). Third, Sabrina is a Gaelic name (Welch) that is the specific name of a river there. Because the name is so specific I can't even do a loosely related translation.
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Sabrina is not an Irish name. It is the Latin form of the name of the River Severn. In Welsh it is Hafren.
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