Definitions for "Sabbat"
In mediæval demonology, the nocturnal assembly in which demons and sorcerers were thought to celebrate their orgies.
A great festival or observance of the pagan year, of which there are eight. The word comes from the Greek sabatu meaning "to rest."
religious celebration of the change of seasons and "cross-quarter days." (See handout on Wheel of the Year for a list of Sabbats.)
Keywords:  vampires, sect, ankh, bestial, cruelty
A sect of vampires controlling much of the eastern North America. They are violent and bestial, reveling in needless cruelty.
The Sabbat are a fictional sect of vampires, composed of several clans and bloodlines, from White Wolf Game Studio's books and role-playing games. Their symbol is an inverted, spiked ankh. Named in reference to the times of the Anarch revolt, when ravening groups of vampires were assumed to be witches sabbats.
Sabbat is the name of a Japanese black metal band, formed in the early 1980s. On some releases, they showcase a more thrash influenced sound.
Sabbat is hard rock opera written by Craig R. Pedersen and the rock band Uther Pendragon. Started in 1969 with a song titled "Devils Due", it was finished in 2006.
Of or relating to hydrogenated organic compounds. The term comes from the French chemist Paul Sabatier.