Salva (Latin for "Save ") may refer to:
- Common sage
- Salva (cheese), from Italy
- Salva, Bistrița-Năsăud, a commune in Romania
- Salva Kiir, South Sudan president
- Şəlvə, Khojali, Azerbaijan
- Şəlvə, Lachin, Azerbaijan
- Bartolomé Salvá-Vidal, Spanish tennis player
- Victor Salva, American film director
- Salva (music producer), American musician
- Salvador García (footballer) aka Salva (born 1961), Spanish football defender
- Salva Ballesta (born 1975), Spanish football striker
- Salvador Funet Sardina aka Salva (born 1981), Spanish football defender
Paul Salva, Jr., better known by his stage name Salva, is an American record producer based in Los Angeles, California. Known for his signature blend of Rap and Electronic music, Salva's remixes and bootlegs are some of the highest rotated amongst club and radio DJs worldwide. His remix of Kanye West's "Mercy" with RL Grime held the #1 most popular track on Soundcloud in June 2012, continuing to enjoy worldwide success and helping propel his artist career. Salva has since produced and collaborated with artists such as Young Thug, Future, Wiz Khalifa, E-40, DJ Shadow, Yuna, Boys Noize, has songwriting credit on the Grammy-nominated album Oxymoron by Schoolboy Q (TDE/Interscope) and music appearing in films such as the 2014 box office record-breaker Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Salva Cheese from Crema is a PDO table cow’s milk cheese, made with raw curd; it is a washed rind cheese that undergoes a medium or long aging period. Salva is traditionally eaten in the central plain of Lombardy and produced particularly in the area of Crema, Bergamo and Brescia.
It is also produced in the provinces of Lecco, Lodi and Milan. Salva has many similarities to quartirolo, as well as differences, like longer aging and a major aromatic complexity.
Usage examples of "salva".
Sathana conflatum prestigiosa et dyabolica arte, quare pater meus confregit illud in duas partes, quas quidem ego Johannes de Vinceto salvas servavi et adaptavi sicut apparet die lune proximo post festum beate Marie Virginis anni gratie MCCCCXLV.
I expected melancholy trombones and basset horns and a chorus of basses intoning the Requiem in reverse: Pietatis fons, me salva, gratis salvas salvandos qui, majestatis tremendae rex.
Trombones and basset horns, a chorus of basses, the words of the Requiem trembling in the air: Rex tremendae majestatis, qui salvandos salvas gratis, sal-va me, fons pietatis.