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Sabrina is a word in Latin.
- Sabrina (given name), a feminine given name (and list of people with that name)
- Sabrina (actress) (born 1936), British entertainer
- Sabrina (Filipino singer) (born 1989)
- Sabrina (Greek singer) (born 1969)
- Sabrina (Italian singer) (born 1968), Italian pop singer.
- Sabrina (Portuguese singer) (born 1983)
Mythological or fictional characters
- Hafren or Sabrina, a mythical nymph
- Sabrina, the goddess of the River Severn in Celtic mythology
- Sabrina, a character in John Milton's Comus
- Sabrina (Charlie's Angels), on Charlie's Angels
- Sabrina Spellman, the heroine of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch comic book and television series franchise
- Sabrina (Pokémon), a Pokémon character
- Sabrina Skunk, Main protagonist of Eric Schwartz'z web comic, Sabrina Online.
Arts and entertainment
- Sabrina (1954 film), a film starring Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and William Holden
- Sabrina (1995 film), a remake starring Harrison Ford, Julia Ormond, and Greg Kinnear
- Sabrina (TV show), a Mexican show on the Telehit network
- Sabrina (album), debut album of Italian singer Sabrina
- "Sabrina", a song by Einstürzende Neubauten
- "Sabrina", a song by Inkubus Sukkubus from their album Heartbeat of the Earth
- Sabrina Statue, a statue owned by Amherst College
- Latin name of the River Severn in Great Britain
- Sabrina Coast, part of the coast of Antarctica
- Sabrina Ridge, Antarctica
- Sabrina Island, off Antarctica
- Sabrina Island (Azores), a temporary island between June and July 1811
- Lake Sabrina, California
- Sabrina Way, a footpath and bridleway in England
- 2264 Sabrina, an asteroid
- HMS Sabrina, the name of four ships of the Royal Navy, and one proposed one
- MSC Sabrina, a container ship
- SS Empire Buckler, a Liberian cargo ship known at one time as the Sabrina
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