San-salvador meaning

săn sălvə-dôr, sän sälvä-dôr
An island of the central Bahamas in the West Indies. It is generally identified as the first landfall of Christopher Columbus (October 12, 1492).
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The capital and largest city of El Salvador, in the west-central part of the country. Founded in the 1500s, it became the national capital in 1841.
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(place) Capital of El Salvador, in the central part.
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(place) Island of the E Bahamas: prob. the place of Columbus' landing (1492) in the New World: 63 sq mi (163 sq km)
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The capital of El Salvador.
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Origin of san-salvador

  • Sp, Holy Savior

    From Webster's New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition