American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah River. Founded by James Oglethorpe in 1733, it is the oldest city in Georgia and has been a major port since the early 19th century. Population: 128,000.
- n. The name of a river and several cities in the United States.
- n. A female given name from the word savannah or from the place name; also spelled Savanna.
- n. A domestic cat breed.
- n. a port in eastern Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah river
- n. a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic
- n. a flat grassland in tropical or subtropical regions
“MAY 20, 1997; SAVANNAH, TN: Thirty-four individuals arrested on felony drug charges following a 6-month "Operation Crack of Dawn" effort for selling crack cocaine and marijuana in and around public housing developments in Savannah and Hardin County.”
“Another great event in Savannah history was the departure from that port, in 1819, of the _City of Savannah_, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic.”
“SAVANNAH, GA., on Savannah river eighteen miles from the ocean, and ninety-six miles South-West of Charleston, S. C., is the largest, commercial city in the State.”
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“SAVANNAH, GA (December 16, 2009) - Savannah firefighters who work Christmas day will be getting a little help in preparing a holiday meal thanks to the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation, Inc.”
“Of the town of Savannah, the Baron Von Reck favors us with the following impressions: "I went to view this rising Town, _Savannah_, seated upon the Banks of a River of the same Name.”
“We just got back from a trip in Savannah, GA -- I had no idea that banana pudding was so big in the South.”
“I took a Low Country cooking class in Savannah a couple of years ago and pecan pie was on the agenda.”
“Flannery grew up — in Savannah and in Atlanta and, from 1938, in the Cline mansion in Milledgeville — with black servants floating around and a sense of herself as part of the genteel, bigoted, spottily educated stratum of landed whites.”
“Also, AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams lists a renovated 19th-century townhouse in Savannah, Ga., and his longtime home in Fort Myers, Fla.”
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Interesting, there is a traditional vocabulary of an Ukrainian, that differs from vocabulary of average American. It would be nice to explore it.
American Bobtail, American Curl, American Longhair, American Shorthair, Abyssinian, Aegean cat, Australian Mist, American Polydactyl, American Wirehair, Arabian Mau, Asian (cat), Asian Semi-longhair and 82 more...
Here I'm thinking of the state in the southeast United States, of course.
This list includes domestic cat breeds and domestic/wild hybrids.
Abyssinian, Aegean, American Bobtail, American Curl, American Longhair, American Polydactyl, American Shorthair, American Wirehair, Asian, Asian Semi-longhair, Australian Mist, Balinese and 80 more...
Capitalized words with only one of the vowels, with that vowel used at least three times. See also Monovocalics.
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