Meaning : Cactus Fruit,
Origin : Hebrew,
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Additional information Sabra:
Hebrew Meaning: The name Sabra is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Sabra is: To rest.
American Meaning: The name Sabra is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Sabra is: To rest.
Definition funny of Sabra:
a Jew native born in Israel
Moishe's parents came to Tel Aviv after the Holocaust but he's a true sabra, born right on the kibbutz.
Hebrew- a Jewish person born in Isreal, related to the Arabic word Sabr which means "patience" or perserverence". The first use of the word to describe native-born Isrealis is from the jounalist Uri Kesari who published an essay "We are the leaves of the Sabra !" on April 18, 1931. Sabra's are exotic, with long flowing dark hair usually thick and wavy, the body of a sabra is curvy and volumptuous eyes are usually green or deep blue some sabras have hazel eyes, their eyelashes are dark and thick giving them mystery and depth. Men are often riveted by the beauty of a Sabra. Intelligent and well read Sabra's are not often swayed by the ways of the world. Most Sabra's are artistic and can dance. ie: Sabra Johnson of "So you think you can dance " Witty and sometimes sarcastic Sabra's see humor in the ordinary. Mesmerizing and fulll of joy , they are often seen as the life of the party. Sensual and erotic Sabra's are great lovers.
That girl is delicious, what a "Sabra" The woman was jealous, her boyfriend was talking to Sabra. She was amazing I couldn't take my eyes of her, her name was Sabra. Long legs, luscious lips, big breasts and sexy hips : Sabra Two things make me go mmmmm chocolate and a girl named Sabra. I want some arm candy I'm gonna find me a sexy Sabra.
the coolest being ever to walk the face of the planet, earth.
Sabra is amazing.
A person who possesses the prickly succulence of the cactus pear; someone jewcy.
Expression information Sabra:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Sabra:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for love and companionship, and want to work with others to achieve peace and harmony.
Songs about Sabra:
Todo el Mundo Sabra by Esperanza de Vida from the Album Hoy es Tiempo
Sabra Girl by Nickel Creek from the Album This Side
Sabras Que Te Quiero by Los Galos from the Album 30 Mejores Exitos
Nadie lo sabra (Salsa Remix) by Croni-K from the Album Los Bendecidos
Sabrás by Bebe from the Album Un Pokito de Rocanrol
No Sabras De Mi by Latente from the Album Gracias a Ti
Sabrás Que Te Quiero by Juan Arvizu from the Album Vintage México No. 153 - LP: La Voz De Seda
Books about Sabra:
Sabra and Shatila: September 1982 by Bayan Nuwayhed al-Hout (Aug 20, 2004)
Sabra Zoo by Mischa Hiller (Aug 17, 2010)
Sabra: Solo contra un imperio (Spanish Edition) by Marcos Aguinis - Gustavo Perednik (Nov 1, 2014)
Sabrás perdonarme (Spanish Edition) by Miriam Martínez (May 22, 2014)
The Sabra: The Creation of the New Jew by Oz Almog and Haim Watzman (Oct 2, 2000)
Sabra and Shatila by Abraham Weizfeld (Mar 20, 2009)
Sabra Field: The Art of Place by Tom Slayton (May 1, 2002)
Movies about Sabra:
sabra DVD YELLOW GIRLS THE DVD 小池栄子,佐藤江梨子,MEGUMI -
sabra DVD Collection にわみきほ YELLOW STAR【DVD】 -
Roots of a Sabra: The David Yaniv Story - Runtime: 15 mins Starring: David Yaniv
sabra best girls DVD -
Wiki information Sabra:
The Sabra and Shatila massacre was the slaughter of between 762 and 3,500 civilians, mostly Palestinians and Lebanese Shiites, by the Kataeb Party, a Lebanese Christian militia, in the Sabra neighborhood and the adjacent Shatila refugee camp in...
Sabra is an informal term that refers to Israeli Jews born in Israel. The term first appeared in the 1930s to refer to a Jew who had been born in Mandatory Palestine or in Ottoman Palestine. Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948,...