Sabinus

Sabinus

Sabinus originates from Latin and has a history as a Roman family name. The name is related to an ancient Italic tribe and can be translated to "Sabine" or "from the Sabines." The name is rarely used in the United States.

Similar Names: Savino, Sabino
Famous Sabinus Names: Saint Sabinus of Spoleto (second century saint)

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