Borrowing from Arabic سبعة (sábʿa).
saba (uncountable) (cooking) A sweet grape syrup made from grape must 2007 January 3, Florence Fabricant, “In Rustic Greek Dishes, a Fresh Approach to Ancient Flavors”: Gar, a long, skinny fish, was cooked and served in thick grape syrup, like saba, the Italian grape must.
-saba (transitive) to fear, to be afraid/scared of (intransitive) to be afraid/scared/frightened (transitive) to respect, to have respect for
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