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Shabtai (Sabbatai, Sabbathai, Shabbatai, Shabbethai, etc.) is a Jewish name common in the Middle Ages for boys born on Shabbat, and may refer to:
- Aharon Shabtai (born 1939), poet and translator
- Benny Shabtai, Israeli American businessman, investor, and philanthropist
- Yaakov Shabtai (1934–81), Israeli novelist, playwright, and translator
- Shabtai (society), a global Jewish membership society of Yale University students, alumni, and current and former faculty
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