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Definition of the noun Sabian

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  1. one of a group (which is mentioned in the Koran) that is entitled to Muslim religious toleration, along with Jews and Christians (usually identified with the Mandaeans or the Elkesaites)


Sabian is a Canadian cymbal designer and manufacturer. It is one of the "big four" manufacturers of cymbals along with Zildjian, Paiste and Meinl.


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Sabian: Darnell Kittrell is an American professional wrestler.

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Google previewIslam in Iran (1985)

by Ilʹi͡a Pavlovich Petrushevskiĭ

Sabian is an undefined term about whose meaning there was much dispute in later times; it is possible that the Sabians were the Hanlfs or the gnostic sect of Mandaeans, otherwise Mughtasilites, in Iraq who are there even now."" However ...

Google previewPractical Percussion (2005)

A Guide to the Instruments and Their Sources by James Holland

Today, Sabian is a key player in the huge cymbal market, and they produce cymbals for every type of music and for many of the big names in drumming and percussion. They also have Chinese gongs, tam-tams (the largest is 28"), finger ...

Google previewThe A to Z of Prophets in Islam and Judaism (2010)

by Scott B. Noegel, Brannon M. Wheeler

Another interpretation of the term Sabian is that it refers to the Sabians of Haran in northern Mesopotamia. The Sabians of Haran were a pagan group whose ideas combined hermeticism, ...

Google previewThe National Standard Encyclopedia (1888)

A Dictionary of Literature, the Sciences and the Arts, for Popular Use

Sabian, sa*bi an. A worshiper of the sun and other heavenly bodies. One of an obscure sect, who mingled Christianity, Judaism, Mohammedanism and heathen - Isb superstition together, known as Christians of St. John, and still scattered in ...

Google previewLexicon universae rei numariae veterum et praecipue graecorum ac romanorum cum observationibus antiquariis geographicis ... edidit Io. Christophorus Rasche. Praefatus est Christ. Gottl. Heyne (1789)

Sabian. SABIN. AVG. vid. Sabina, vx. Hadriani. смет. сщзтщздыпм. Froflìcb.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

Comare Sabian ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary (1863)

English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie

[See SABIAN.] Opposed or ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2006)

by Elizabeth Knowles

Sabian of or relating to a non-Muslim sect classed in the Koran with Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians as having a faith revealed by the true God. It is not known who the original Sabians were, but the name was adopted by some groups in ...

Google previewDictionary & Grammar of the Easter Island Language

Esto indica que no solamente los pascuenses sabian de ...

Google previewThe Oratorical Dictionary (1835)

by John Newland Maffitt

sabian l,Di. adj. sabian. SAB'ULOUS. adj. Sandy; gritty. s. sabulosily. SACCHARINE. adj. Having the taste or any of the chief qualities of sugar. adj. saccha riferous. SACERDO'TAL. adj. Priestly belonging ...

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Scrabble value of S1A1B3I1A1N1

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