sabra

Sabra - What does it mean?

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Sabra vs Zabra - What's the difference?

sabra | zabra |


As a verb sabra

is .

As a noun zabra is

a small sailing vessel used off the coasts of spain and portugal.

Sabra vs Abra - What's the difference?

sabra | abra |


As a verb sabra

is .

As a noun abra is

figure, illustration.

Sabra vs Sacra - What's the difference?

sabra | sacra |


As a verb sabra

is .

As a noun sacra is

.

Sabha vs Sabra - What's the difference?

sabha | sabra |


As a noun sabha

is a public meeting, assembly, or organized group in india.

As a verb sabra is

.

Sabra vs Saba - What's the difference?

sabra | saba |


As a verb sabra

is .

As a noun saba is

(l) (biblical seventh day).

Sabre vs Sabra - What's the difference?

sabre | sabra |


As a proper noun sabre

is .

As a verb sabra is

.

Israeli vs Sabra - What's the difference?

israeli | sabra |

Born vs Sabra - What's the difference?

born | sabra |


As nouns the difference between born and sabra

is that born is (geordie) (burn) a stream while sabra is a native-born israeli.

As a verb born

is ; given birth to or born can be (geordie) (burn) with fire.

As a adjective born

is well suited to (some behaviour or occupation), as though from birth.