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Definition funny of Sabit:
A cool guy. Often known as a carring guy, whos warm and sweet around everyone. Has a lot succes in his life, with everything he does. "Hey that guy is so cool, he must be a Sabit!"
an ordinary person or anything below average
mike: what you think of my new girlfriend; isn't she hot as fuck? jay: haha naw niggah; she looks like a Sabit
a turkish guy with a extremely small penis. girl: i cant believe i fucked him, his dick is soo small girls friend: yeah, hes such a sabit
girl: i cant believe i fucked him, his dick is soo small girls friend: yeah, hes such a sabit
Songs about Sabit:
Ahamed Sabit by Samba Mapangala from the Album Virunga - Its Disco Time
Ahmed Sabit by Samba Mapangala from the Album Virunga Volcano
Doa Ketika Bulan Sabit Lenyap by Sulisse from the Album Doa Sehari-Hari Beserta Artinya, Vol. 4
Doa Melihat Bulan Sabit by Rafi from the Album Doa Sehari-Hari Beserta Artinya, Vol. 4
Kalat and Sabit Department by Tito Vic & Joey from the Album Tough hits vol. 2
Sabit by Tomoyuki Yasuda from the Album Sabit
Sabit (Tech Dub) by Tomoyuki Yasuda from the Album Sabit
Books about Sabit:
Sabit the Sumerian by Tyree Campbell (Jul 6, 2012)
Sabit by Ibrahim Edhem (1990)
Sabit ve Degisken by Ebubekir Eroglu (2011)
Sabit Muqanov taghlymy: Adebi-syn maqalalar (1990)
Sabit ibn Korra: 836-901 (Nauchno-biografiche... literatura) by B. A Rozenfeld (1994)
Zeyd Bin Sabit by Hilal Celikkol Kara (2008)
Tecrube Ile Sabit mi? by Erhan Kelleci (2012)
Movies about Sabit:
Sabit Kanca 2012 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 21 mins Starring: Volkan Kantoglu, Orhan Aydin, et al. Directed by: Alper Mestçi
Wiki information Sabit:
Sabit Mukanov is a classic of Kazakh literature, a poet, a social activist, an academic, and a head of the Writers' Union of Kazakhstan. Sabit Mukanov was born in 1900 in Tauzar Volost of Akmola Gubernia. He was born into a family of cattle ranchers...
Sabit Hadžić is a former Bosnian basketball player who competed for Yugoslavia in the 1984 Summer Olympics.