- IPA(key): /ˈsæbeɪˌɒθ/, /səˈbeɪˌoʊθ/
From Latin, from Ancient Greek Σαβαώθ (Sabaṓth), from Hebrew צבאות (ts'va'oth), plural of צבא (tsava).
- (Judaism, Christianity, biblical) An epithet of God in His role as protector of the Israelite army, usually translated (alongside YHWH or Elohim) as "the Lord of Hosts".
- (religion, biblical) Hosts, armies.
- (Gnosticism) The name of one of the seven chief archons in the Ophite cosmogony.