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Sabine was a member of the Others who died on the operating table of the Staff after becoming pregnant. According to Juliet, she was one of nine pregnant women to die on the Island. ("One of Us")

On the Island

Sabine was one of the women among the Others who volunteered to become pregnant, even though she knew it was a risk. Despite the best efforts of Juliet, her body turned on her during pregnancy. Ethan attempted surgery to save either her or her baby, but she died during the operation. Ben later attempted to console Juliet by telling her that Sabine was the one who chose to become pregnant. ("One of Us")

Trivia

  • Henrietta was another of the nine Others who died as a result of pregnancy. ("The Other Woman")
  • The name "Sabine" is of Latin origin. It is a very common name in German speaking countries, where it was extremely popular in the early 1970s. Its literal meaning is "from the tribe of Sabini." Its figurative meaning is "sanctified or blessed by God."
  • The Sabines were a tribe living in central Italy during the time when Romulus and Remus established the city of Rome. Romulus arranged mass kidnapping of the Sabine women so as to provide wives for the citizens of Rome.
  • The name Sabine may be a reference to the event in Roman history commonly referred to as "The Rape of the Sabine Women".
  • The character Sabine may be a reference to Griffin and Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence, a novel (and the first in a six-part series) by Nick Bantock. The books feature strange happenings on an Island.

Unanswered questions

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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Sabine/Theories
  • Who was the father of her unborn child? ("One of Us")

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