Crossword clues for san
- Start of many place names
- ___ Antonio
- ___ Francisco
- Salvador lead-in
- ___ Juan (capital of 32-Down)
- ___ Andreas Fault
- Juan or JosГ©, e.g.
- ___ Juan
- ___ Rafael
- ___ Juan, P.R.
- Burmese opposition leader Aung ___ Suu Kyi
- ___ Vito, Sicily
- Okinawa honorific
- Indicator of canonizaciГіn
- ___ Luis Obispo
- Start of many a city name
- ___ Antonio, Tex.
- Start of many Latin American city names
- ___ Fernando Valley
- With 100-Across, Naples opera house Teatro di ___
- With 2-Down, seat of Costilla County, Colo.
- Colorado's ___ Luis Peak
- California city name starter
- Francisco, e.g.
- Antonio or Joaquin
- ___ Bernardino Mountains
- Japanese surname follower
- Angelo or Antonio
- "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
- ___ Marino
- Part of S.F.S.U.
- Puccini's Cio-Cio-___
- ___ Simeon, Calif.
- ___ JosГ©
- ___ Jose
- Start of the names of three of the 10 most populous U.S. cities
- Word in many California city names
- Gabriel or Giorgio
- Something Pedro and Pablo might have?
- ___ Joaquin, Calif.
- What three of California's four largest cities share
- Lead-in to Pablo or Carlos
- Title of politeness
- Part of S.F.
- ___ Juan, Puerto Rico
- ___ Marcos, Tex.
- Antonio or Juan
- _____ Bruno, Calif.
- Manuel's intro
- _____ Marcos, Tex.
- _____ Marino
- _____ Jose
- ___ Pablo, Calif.
- Japanese honorific
- ___ Jacinto Day (April 21)
- ___Sebastian, Spain
- JosГ© or Juan, e.g.
- Antonio, e.g.
- ___ Miguel
- With 12-Down, where the fault lies?
- ___ Gabriel
- ___ Felipe
- Pablo or Pedro, e.g.
- ___ Ysidro, Calif.
- Start of many Western place names
- ___ Diego
- Honshu honorific
- End of Madama Butterfly's name
- Word in many cathedral names
- Mateo or Miguel, e.g.
- Angelo or Antonio, e.g.
- Japanese surname suffix
- Start of many California place names
- JosГ© or Juan
- Mateo or Diego, e.g.
- Juan or Joaquin
- City name starter
- Cio-Cio-___ (Madame Butterfly)
- Marino or Gabriel
- ___ Lorenzo
- ___ Quentin
- Japanese name tag
- With 19-Across, California city
- ___ Bernardino
- ___ Pedro
- ___ Lorenzo, Calif.
- ___ Severo, Italy
- ___ Clemente
- Gabriel, for one
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Japanese honorific title, 1878, short form of more formal sama.
Etymology 1 n. A letter of the Archaic Greek alphabet (uppercase Ϻ, lowercase ϻ) that came after pi and before qoppa. Etymology 2
n. (context dated informal English) A sanatorium.
The San (; ; ) is a river in southeastern Poland and western Ukraine, a tributary of the Vistula River, with a length of 443 km (it is the 6th-longest Polish river) and a basin area of 16,861 km (14,390 km of it in Poland).
San (Ϻ) was an archaic letter of the Greek alphabet. Its shape was similar to modern M, or to a modern Greek Sigma (Σ) turned sideways, and it was used as an alternative to Sigma to denote the sound . Unlike Sigma, whose position in the alphabet is between Rho and Tau, San appeared between Pi and Qoppa in alphabetic order. In addition to denoting this separate archaic character, the name "San" was also used as an alternative name to denote the standard letter Sigma.
San or SAN may refer to:
is the third album by High and Mighty Color, released on February 21, 2007. It comes in two editions, one featuring an additional DVD which contains most of the band's music videos.
San ( Serbian Cyrillic: Сан, trans. Dream) was a Yugoslav rock band from Belgrade. The band was formed in 1971 by the composer Aleksandar "Sanja" Ilić, and disbanded in 1975, after the band's vocalist Predrag Jovičić died in concert from an electric shock.
Usage examples of "san".
I mind was inside the bar of San Lucar, and he and I were boys about a ten year old, aboord of a Dartmouth ship, and went for wine, and there come in over the bar he that was the beginning of it all.
Thus, all the while that Galileo was inventing modern physics, teaching mathematics to princes, discovering new phenomena among the planets, publishing science books for the general public, and defending his bold theories against establishment enemies, he was also buying thread for Suor Luisa, choosing organ music for Mother Achillea, shipping gifts of food, and supplying his homegrown citrus fruits, wine, and rosemary leaves for the kitchen and apothecary at San Matteo.
When one views the intricacies of adaptation of the San in the Kalahari or the Inuit of the far north, it is apparent that the huge body of knowledge that enables these human cultures to adapt to such extremes was cultured over immense lengths of time.
Parfois, il voyait un cierge allume et, quand il revenait la nuit a la maison, le flambeau marchait a son cote, sans que le vent agitat la flamme.
San Francisco Mayor Conrad Aiken has called for a dusk-to-dawn curfew and has asked the governor to declare a state of emergency for the city and county.
San Francisco, Conrad Aiken, stood looking out over yet another tent city, this one in the Civic Center Park, directly below where he stood partially hidden behind the flags of the United States and of California on the ceremonial balcony area over the magnificently carved double-doorways of City Hall.
Cette nuit ne finira pas sans que je sache aimer ou que je meure, gronda soudain Novelli.
At nightfall the British were on the heights of Cabeca and Aldea Rubia, and so secured their former position at San Christoval.
It had been a little over a month since Babs and Yoke had driven around San Francisco distributing allas, telling each person to split their alla into seven and to pass them on with the same instructions.
There, they ate lunch at a seafood shack on Almar Avenue, with outdoor tables, and went for a long walk along West Cliff Drive and out onto the ocean view point before heading back into San Francisco.
Standing there in the darkness, high in the mountains of the altiplano, he remembered the dust of San Diego the day Flor Trujillo died.
He even slipped back over the line to San Cristobel and Ancon, found nothing of moment awaiting him there, and drifted back into Panamanian territory.
Warning you beforehand that I have orders to appear at San Diego as soon as I can get there, with any qualified Marine Aviator I choose to take with me.
His early style is more a new and personal approach to the Romanesque than a faithful resurrection of the Roman, and that inspiration was all around him in the Romanesque churches of Florence: the Baptistery, Santi Apostoli along the Arno, San Miniato al Monte high on a hill overlooking the city, to name a few that can still be seen today.
Ze belde Sandoz in San Juan en viel met de deur in huis, zonder valse bescheidenheid of overdrijving.