Associations to the word «San»

Wiktionary

SAN, noun. A letter of the Archaic Greek alphabet (uppercase Ϻ, lowercase ϻ) that came after pi and before qoppa.
SAN, noun. (dated) (informal) A sanatorium.
SAN, proper noun. A member of the ethnically distinct, short-statured nomadic people of southern Africa.
SAN, proper noun. Any of a dozen related Khoisan languages spoken by the San.
SAN, proper noun. A river in southeastern Poland and western Ukraine.
SAN, acronym. (chemistry) styrene-acrylonitrile resin
SAN, acronym. (computing) Storage Area Network
SAN, acronym. (computing) System Area Network
SAN, acronym. (organic compound) styrene-acrylonitrile or sytrene acrylonitrile copolymer
SAN ANDREAS FAULT, noun. (geology) One of the geographical faults running through San Andreas, California.
SAN ANDREAS FAULTS, noun. Plural of San Andreas fault
SAN ANDREAS FAULTS, noun. (geology) The component faults of the San Andreas fault system in California
SAN ANTONE, proper noun. (informal) The city of San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO, proper noun. A city in Texas, USA
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. A city located in San Mateo County, California, United States.
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. A town located in Gila County, Arizona, United States.
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. One name for the mission located in Monterey County, California
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. A native people of the Monterey County region.
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. The native language spoken in the Monterey County region.
SAN CARLOS, proper noun. Places named after Saint Charles (acquired from the Spanish)
SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LA LAGUNA, proper noun. A city in the north of the island of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands
SAN DIEGAN, noun. Someone from San Diego
SAN DIEGANS, noun. Plural of San Diegan
SAN DIEGO, proper noun. A city in southwest California.
SAN DIEGO, proper noun. Any of several other places also named after Saint Diego.
SAN DIEGO-TIJUANA, proper noun. An international metropolitan region centered on the cites of San Diego, California and Tijuana, Baja California; composed of the counties and municipalities of Rosarito Beach, San Diego, Tecate, and Tijuana
SAN FAGCISCO, proper noun. (vulgar) (slang) a nickname for San Francisco
SAN FRAN, proper noun. (slang) The City of San Francisco, California.
SAN FRANCISCAN, adjective. Of or relating to San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCAN, noun. A native of San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCANS, noun. Plural of San Franciscan
SAN FRANCISCO, proper noun. A major coastal city in California of over 800,000 widely known for its unique culture, architecture, and LGBT population; formerly Yerba Buena (pre-1847).
SAN FRANCISCO, proper noun. The extinct culture of the city of the same name also known as the Ramaytush.
SAN FRANCISCO, proper noun. Any place or institution named after St. Francis.
SAN FRANCISCO SOUND, noun. (music) A genre of psychedelic rock associated with the hippie subculture of San Francisco in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY FEVER, noun. Coccidioidomycosis
SAN JOSÉ, proper noun. Alternative form of San Jose
SAN JOSÉ, proper noun. The capital of Costa Rica.
SAN JOSÉ, proper noun. Places named after Saint Joseph (acquired from Spanish).
SAN JOSE, proper noun. A city in California, USA.
SAN JOSE, proper noun. Alternative form of San José
SAN JOSE SCALE, noun. A hemipterous insect (Quadraspidiotus perniciosus) that damages many fruit crops.
SAN JOSE SCALES, noun. Plural of San Jose scale
SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, proper noun. A city and mission located in California, United States.
SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, proper noun. The native people of this region.
SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, proper noun. The native language spoken in this region.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS, proper noun. A Pacific Northwest archipelago of 172 islands of Washington State off the southeast coast of Vancouver Island and north of Puget Sound.
SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, proper noun. A state of Mexico.
SAN MARCO, proper noun. The central, and most touristy of the six sestieri of Venice; includes Saint Mark's Square
SAN MARCOS, proper noun. San Marcos, California
SAN MARCOS, proper noun. San Marcos, Texas
SAN MARCOS, proper noun. The San Marcos River
SAN MARINO, proper noun. A country in Europe, located within the borders of Italy. Official name: Republic of San Marino.
SAN MARINO, proper noun. The capital city of San Marino.
SAN MELCHOR BETAZA, proper noun. A municipality of Oaxaca, Mexico.
SAN POLO, proper noun. The smallest of the six sestieri of Venice; includes the Rialto market
SAN RAFAEL, proper noun. A common place-name of many cities and places.
SAN SALVADOR, proper noun. The capital of El Salvador.
SAN SEBASTIÁN, proper noun. A coastal city in the Basque Country of northern Spain
SAN SIRO, proper noun. A football stadium in the San Siro district of Milan

Wise words

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Leo Tolstoy