Sabbath is a regular (usually weekly) time of rest, worship or special activity, observed by several religions and traditions. Sabbatical is a related term for a hiatus from normal work, usually for a period of months, up to one year.
Sabbath and cognates may also refer to:
- Sabbat, a saint in the Warhammer 40,000 universe
- Sabbath (Doctor Who), a Doctor Who villain
- Sabbath, a 2008 zombie film
- Mickey Sabbath, a character in Philip Roth's book Sabbath's Theater
- Sabbath Strange, a cat owned by the character Emily Strange
- Sabbatical (TV series)
- Sabbat the Necromagus, a villain from the Judge Dredd comic storyline "Judgement Day".
- Sabbat (VTES), an expansion for the Vampire: The Eternal Struggle collectible card game
- Sabbat (World of Darkness), a sect of vampires in the Vampire: The Masquerade roleplaying game
- Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village
- Sabetha, Kansas
- Sambation, the legendary Shabbat-observant river in rabbinic literature
- Sabesdiker losn (Shabbat speech), a feature of Northeastern Yiddish that merges "sh" and "s"
- Black Sabbath, a British heavy metal band formed in 1968
- Sabbat (English band), a British thrash metal band formed in the 1980s
- Sabbat (Japanese band), a Japanese black metal band formed in the 1980s
- Sabbat (rock opera), a rock opera written by Craig R. Pedersen and the band Uther Pendragon
- Shabash, an album by the Russian band Alisa; includes a song titled "Shabash"
- Sabatini (disambiguation)
- Sabbatini (disambiguation)
- Shabtai (disambiguation)
- List of Shabbat topics
- Sabbath School (disambiguation)
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