What does Sabina mean?
The Sabines were a tribe living in central Italy during the time when Romulus and Remus established the city of Rome. Romulus arranged mass kidnapping of the Sabine women so as to provide wives for the citizens of Rome. Also a saint's name.
Associated with: saint
Sabina has 1 masculine form: Sabino.Kreatif forms:
(female) Sabima, Sabisa, ..
(male) Sabinon, Sabisa, ..
How popular is Sabina?
Sabina is a very popular first name for women (#1366 out of 4276, Top 32%) and also a very popular surname for all people (#45482 out of 150436, Top 30%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name history of Sabina for girls. Sabina reached its highest rank of #707 in the U.S. in the 1880s, and is at #1969 currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Shown below is a comparison of the statistics of Sabina and related names. Bina and Sabine are the prominent alternative forms of Sabina (#1969 from current records). Adoption of these forms of Sabina was at its peak in the 1880s (adoption of 0.01%) and has become much less since.
Recommended names are Albina▼, Babita, Balbina, Bambina, Bobina, Calina, Carina▼, Catina▼, Dalina, Darina, Davina, Fabia, Farina, Galina, Gavina, Habiba, Halina, Hanina, Hasina, Jaina, Jamina, Kalina, Karina▼, Katina▼, Laina, Latina, Madina, Mahina, Malina, Masina, Mavina, Nadina, Pamina, Raina▲, Ravina, Robina, Sabra, Sabrina▼, Sabrinna, Sabryna, Sadia, Sadina, Sadona, Safira, Safiya, Saida, Saira, Salena, Salima, Salina, Sarika, Sarina, Sarinna, Saryna, Satin, Savanha (see Savannah), Savonna, Serina, Shaina▼, Shalina, Sharina, Shavona, Sheina, Sina, Solina, Stina, Taina, Talina, Tarina, Valina, Vanina, Varina, Yamina, Yarina and Zarina. These names tend to be less commonly used than Sabina.