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Sabi (Korea)

Sabi was the capital of the Korean kingdom of Baekje from 538 until Baekje's fall to Silla in 660. The site of Sabi is located in modern-day Buyeo County, South Chungcheong Province, in South Korea.

Sabi Fortress also is known by the names Busosanseong, Sabiseong or Soburiseong Fortress, it consists of the inner fortress divided by roads centered on the royal palace, a defensive fortress called "Buso Mountain Fortress", and outer walls surrounding the palace. The inner part of the fortress involves 5 district area, where the existence of district was verified through rocks, roof titles, and wooden tablets etched with the name of administratine areas. It is also assumed that the royal palace of Baekje had been located on this site.


Sabi may refer to:

  • A member of an extinct religious group known as the Sabians
  • The Mandeans, an extant religious group, in Arabic
  • Sabi (Korea), an ancient capital of Baekje
  • Sabi (dog), an Australian special forces dog
  • Save River (Africa), flows through Zimbabwe and Mozambique
  • Sabi Forest Park, The Gambia
  • Wabi-sabi, a Japanese aesthetic term
  • Sabi (singer), the stage name of Jenice Portlock, an American female singer
  • Sabi Island, near the southern end of Myanmar
  • Sabi Sabi, a private game reserve in South Africa
  • Sabi languages, a group of Bantu languages
  • Sabi (greek), is Floeras or Kazanas
Sabi (singer)

Jenice Dena Portlock (born November 24, 1987), also known asSabi, is an American pop singer, songwriter, dancer and actress of Salvadoran and Black American ancestry from Los Angeles, California. She was formerly part of the hip hop girl group, The Bangz. She is currently signed to Warner Bros. Records.

Usage examples of "sabi".

By straining his eyes and his imagination Sean could make out the dark-green belt of the Sabi watercourse.

Every few years the fleets of Hiram and Solomon arrive at the mouth of the Limpopo river and small ships penetrate the Sabi river, where a fraction of the gold mined in Africa is sent to the ships, along with ivory and other valuables.