Sabaean

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Sa·bae·an

 (sə-bē′ən)
n.
An extinct Semitic language spoken in ancient Sheba.
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Sabaean

(səˈbiːən) or

Sabean

n
1. (Historical Terms) an inhabitant or native of ancient Saba
2. (Peoples) an inhabitant or native of ancient Saba
3. (Historical Terms) the ancient Semitic language of Saba
4. (Languages) the ancient Semitic language of Saba
adj
5. (Historical Terms) of or relating to ancient Saba, its inhabitants, or their language
6. (Placename) of or relating to ancient Saba, its inhabitants, or their language
7. (Peoples) of or relating to ancient Saba, its inhabitants, or their language
8. (Languages) of or relating to ancient Saba, its inhabitants, or their language
[C16: from Latin Sabaeus, from Greek Sabaios belonging to Saba (Sheba)]
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