(1.) One of the sons of Cush (Gen. 10:7). (2.) The name of a country and nation (Isa. 43:3; 45:14) mentioned along with Egypt and Ethiopia, and therefore probably in north-eastern Africa. The ancient name of Meroe. The kings of Sheba and Seba are mentioned together in Ps. 72:10.
He, seeing a good spirit, of the King of seba, resolved to swear fealty of eternal friendship to him.
The number of Christians in the township of seba alone was estimated at six hundred.
seba has represented this creature lying in wait for Mice; but this is probably the prey of the young Anaconda.
seba gives the figures and descriptions of five chevrotains.
Besides this lady, Mrs. Sigourney and Mrs. seba Smith may be mentioned.
These errors of seba have been adopted by most authors who have written since.
(7, 8) Singer and player on the oblique flute, seba (e); before the former, hes (f) "singer."
And he called it seba/ wherfore the name of the cyte is called Berseba vnto this daye.
Mayo had assured himself, through the schooner's telescope, that the remaining tug was named seba J. Ransom.
The King of seba turned against them, thus throwing a shadow on the glory of Magellan's missionary work.