Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: Sabine

sabinisch [hist.]
Sabinerin {f}Femininum (die) [hist.]
Sabine [astron.] (ein Asteroid)
sabinisch [ling., hist.]
Sabinisch {n}Neutrum (das) [ling., hist.]
das Sabinische [ling., hist.]


“One day the young shepherd told the count’s steward that he had seen a wolf come out of the Sabine mountains, and prowl around his flock.
From this moment Vampa devoted all his leisure time to perfecting himself in the use of his precious weapon; he purchased powder and ball, and everything served him for a mark—the trunk of some old and moss-grown olive-tree, that grew on the Sabine mountains; the fox, as he quitted his earth on some marauding excursion; the eagle that soared above their heads: and thus he soon became so expert, that Teresa overcame the terror she at first felt at the report, and amused herself by watching him direct the ball wherever he pleased, with as much accuracy as if he placed it by hand.
He would, no doubt, have believed that he had returned to the times of Florian, and would have declared, on reaching Paris, that he had met an Alpine shepherdess seated at the foot of the Sabine Hill.
The coast of the United States, from the Bay of Fundy to the Sabine River in the Gulf of Mexico, is more than two thousand miles in extent.

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Deutsch Englisch
> Sabine ({f}) (weiblicher Vorname) > Sabine, Sabina
Mount Sabine {m} [geogr.] Mount Sabine
> Bine ({f}) (Koseform von Sabine) > Sabine, Sabina, Bina
Sabine [astron.] (ein Asteroid) Sabine
> Sabinchen {n} [fam.] (kleine Sabine) > little Sabine
> Sabinchen {n} [fam.] (kleine Sabine) > little Sabina
> Sabinchen ({n}) [fam.] (Diminutiv von Sabine) > Sabine, Sabina
Sabine County {n} {f} [pol., geogr.] (in Texas, USA) Sabine County
> Bi ({f}) (Koseform von Sabine bzw. Sabina) > Bi
der Sabine [geogr.] (ein Fluss in Texas und Louisina) the Sabine River