In mediaeval demonology, the nocturnal assembly in which demons and sorcerers were thought to celebrate their orgies.
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Borrowed from Latin sabbata or sabbatum, from Ancient Greek σάββατον (sabbaton, “Sabbath”), from Hebrew שבת (shabát, “Sabbath”). In regards to the semantic evolution to "witches' meeting" compare with ramdam, brouhaha.
sabbat (plural sabbats) witches' Sabbath
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