Saks can refer to:
- Saks (surname)
- Saks, Alabama, a community in the United States
- Saks Fifth Avenue, U.S. luxury department store
- Saks, Inc., holding company of Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks is a German surname, meaning a person from the region of Saxony (originally Sachsen). The region is named after the Germanic tribe which settled there in Roman times. The name may refer to:
Saks, AL -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Alabama
Housing Units (2000): 4680
Land area (2000): 12.065384 sq. miles (31.249201 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.010556 sq. miles (0.027340 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 12.075940 sq. miles (31.276541 sq. km)
FIPS code: 67608
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 33.708202 N, 85.844326 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Usage examples of "saks".
He watched her stoop to get the Saks shopping bag, straighten her slim body, look around, and come out of the seating area.
I answered, still shuffling through the names in the Saks wedding folder.
He watched the young guy in a sport coat and jeans, cowboy boots, take the Saks bag from her and reach into it, looking at her as he did.
He took a sip and told her about searching the woman's house for his guns and finding the Saks bag in the bedroom closet, ten thousand dollars in it.
I wasn't there buying things like any decent woman shopping they closed the account six months ago, I had some time after the doctor he's near Saks and I went into Saks.
I looked at all the things I couldn't buy in Saks and then I went to the toilet, do you wonder how I got home do you care?
I don't know, I'm not sure I mean there wasn't much money and my card at Saks wasn't, it had expired anyway and there was nothing you'd, anything like a license.
Just this morning she told him, since early this morning, she'd had a call from a Mister Gold at Saks telling her they'd found her purse and she had to go into town anyway, she had to sign some papers for a lawyer and then when she went to Saks to claim her purse they'd never heard of Mister Gold, there was no Mister Gold, and Yes, and while you were there to see Mister Gold they were here to rob the house, they had your keys and your, what is it.
The NYPD had all the detainees corralled outside of Saks Fifth Avenue, and they weren’t letting anyone go until they’d been debriefed by one of four detectives sitting at a row of folding tables set up on the sidewalk.
At the junction to Glagmaron, Ferlach and Saks to the south and Klimpinge to the west, we bid godspeed to the two southern ambassadors and their men.
I had a light lunch in the upstairs restaurant at Saks, bought the wax candles I needed, and was about to catch a taxi when I thought perhaps I should call Dan.
Yet I went into Saks, like somebody sleepwalking, and I bought the white gown for her, as if I could somehow recapture everything.
I brought up the box I'd brought from Saks, and I unfolded the white and silver dress an d hung it carefully in the closet on one of the padded hangers.
He had picked it out last week and, in his absence, it had been put on the seamstress's torso he had had Saks Jandel make for him in lieu of tedious fittings.
I mean, only Saks Jandel carries them hereabouts and they only get in one in each size.