American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Kansas north-northwest of Wichita. It is a processing, trade, and manufacturing center in an oil-rich area. Population: 46,100.
- n. A female given name.
- Of uncertain origin, possibly a variant of, or a coinage inspired by, Selina. The place name Salina ( a salt marsh) seems an unlikely source. (Wiktionary)
“If the soccer stadium in Salina Cruz is not it's saving grace, tell me what is so hot about the town.”
“We apparently know the name of this woman, who was called Salina (or Salome) Alexandra.”
“One day I rode to a large salt-lake, or Salina, which is distant fifteen miles from the town.”
“We entred the ship the second of September, the fourth we set saile, the seuenth we came to Salina, which is 140 miles from”
“Salina," said uncle Nathan, pressing her fingers in his broad palm.”
“Two or three of the old "Salina" company entered our hole on the Monitor yesterday morning, before our men got there, and took possession, armed with revolvers.”
“The modulating folk song "Salina" became a full-blown suite with a delicate, minor-key classical duet with cello and Seth on piano.”
“First Citizens Bank and Trust Co. of Columbia, S.C., is assuming the assets and deposits of Williamsburg First National Bank, while Bennington State Bank in Salina, Kan., is taking the assets and deposits of Thunder Bank.”
“Bennington State Bank, based in Salina, Kan., agreed to assume its assets and deposits.”
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