Sabor is a generic name for lionesses (originally tigers) in Mangani, the fictional language of the great apes in the Tarzan novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs. In Burroughs' works innumerable lionesses appear under the name of Sabor.
In the Walt Disney animated movie Tarzan, Sabor is a term for leopards, more specifically the female leopard that kills Tarzan's parents.
by Exucuseme January 27, 2012
a "git"

Comes from a guy with a rather large nose, who is a lowlife.
That Sabor has gone mad again.
by Sabor March 01, 2005

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